Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1842: Composer Sir Arthur Sullivan was born.
1954: “The Pajama Game” made its debut on Broadway in New York City at the St. James Theatre.
1958: Jerry Lee Lewis was granted a divorce from his second wife six months after marrying his third wife, Myra.
1970: Badfinger began recording “No Matter What.”
1971: Grace Slick smashed her Mercedes into a concrete wall near San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park.
1977: Dolly Parton made her New York City debut with a concert at the Bottom Line.
1984: “The Fantasticks” became the longest-running musical in theatre history with performance number 10,000. The show opened on May 3, 1960.
1993: The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Bette Midler and Barry White were guest voices on the season finale of the “The Simpsons.” The episode was entitled “Krusty Gets Kancelled.”
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