Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1819: Composer Clara Wieck Schumann was born.
1954: Judy Garland was on the cover of “Life” magazine.
1965: The song “Yesterday/Act Naturally” was released by the Beatles.
1969: The Toronto Rock ‘n’ Roll Revival Festival took place.
1977: Symphonic conductor Leopold Stokowski died at the age of 95.
1982: RCA Records announced that David Bowie had left for the South Seas where the filming of “Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence” was to begin.
1985: Sting began his first solo tour in San Diego. The tour was to support the album “Dream Of The Blue Turtles.”
1989: Sting made his stage debut at the Threepenny Opera in Washington, DC.
1996: Tupac Shakur died six days after being shot four times in a drive-by shooting.
1998: Mel B (Spice Girls) and Jimmy Gulzarof were married.
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