Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1739: Composer Jan Krtitel Vanhal was born.
1755: Composer Giovanni Battista Viotti was born.
1845: Composer Gabriel-Urbain Faure was born.
1955: Gisele MacKenzie played a singer on the NBC-TV program, “Justice.”
1963: Bob Dylan walked out of dress rehearsals for “The Ed Sullivan Show” when CBS censors told him he could not perform “Talkin’ John Birch Paranoid Blues.”
1967: Archie Bell (Drells) was drafted into the U.S. military for a tour of Vietnam.
1971: Jerry Lee Lewis was granted a divorce from his cousin Myra.
1972: The Rolling Stones released the album “Exile on Main St.”
1983: Meatloaf filed for bankruptcy.
1999: George Jones pled guilty to driving while impaired and violating the Tennessee’s open-container law in Franklin. He was fined $550.
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