Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1838: Composer Alexis Vicomte de Castillon was born.
1961: The Beatles signed with manager Brian Epstein.
1974: George Harrison had lunch with U.S. President Gerald Ford at the White House.
1975: Foghat’s “Slow Ride” was released.
1988: Bruce Springsteen’s divorce from Julianne Phillips became final.
1991: “John Denver’s Montana Christmas Skies” special aired on CBS.
1994: Prince performed the song “Dolphin” on the David Letterman show.
2001: The two surviving members of Nirvana, Krist Novoselic and David Grohl, filed a countersuit against Courtney Love. The charge was that she has manipulated the memory and work of her dead husband, Kirk Cobain, for the benefit of her own career.
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