Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1854: Composer George Whitefield Chadwick was born.
1961: The Tokens’ “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” was released.
1968: The Beatles’ animated movie “Yellow Submarine” premiered in the U.S.
1973: Jerry Lee Lewis, Jr. was killed in a highway accident near Hernando, MS.
1985: At New York’s Whitney Museum, an exhibition opened celebrating Bob Dylan’s 25 years in the music industry.
1992: Elton John performed in Mexico for the first time for 90,000 people in Mexico City.
1997: The musical “The Lion King” opened.
1997: Ray Charles conducted his first-ever online chat at www.rhino.com.
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