Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1909: Composer Paul Constantinescu was born.
1959: The Shirelles’ “Dedicated To The One I Love” was released.
1964: The Supremes made the studio recording of “Come See About Me.”
1984: Philippe Wynne, a former lead singer of the Spinners, died of a heart attack while on stage in Oakland, CA.
1985: George Michael sang lead vocals to Elton John’s performance of “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me” at the Live Aid Concert.
1998: RealNetworks Inc. rolled out a test version of RealSystem G2. G2 is a streaming video and audio delivery system.
1999: Sandy y Papo was killed in a car accident at the age of 23.
2000: James Brown was accused of swinging a knife at a utility worker and holding the man against his will. The event was supposed to have happened on July 3, 2000, when Russel Eubanks responded to a “no lights” report.
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