Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1792: In Vienna, 22-year-old Ludwig van Beethoven received one of his first lessons in music composition from Franz Joseph Haydn.
1955: Bill Haley and the Comets recorded “See You Later Alligator.”
1964: The Righteous Brothers “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling” was released.
1970: Little Richard was charged with “larceny by trick” in Miami Beach, FL, by Blacks, Inc. The group claimed that Little Richard pocketed $250 he solicited for the group. The charges were later dropped.
1971: Filming began on the Diana Ross movie, “Lady Sings the Blues.”
1980: Marie Osmond’s solo TV series debuted on NBC.
1996: Clint Black got a star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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