Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1961: Motown Records signed The Supremes.
1967: The movie “The Fastest Guitar Alive,” with Roy Orbison and Sheb Wooley, premiered in New York City, NY.
1967: The Buckinghams began recording “Don’t You Care.”
1972: Elvis Presley reportedly drew the largest audience for a single TV show to that time when he presented a live, worldwide concert from Honolulu, HI.
1982: Harry Wayne Casey, leader of KC and the Sunshine Band was partially paralyzed in an automobile accident in Miami, FL. His recovery took about a year.
1998: James Brown was admitted to a hospital for treatment for an addiction to painkillers at the age of 64. He was released on January 21, 1998.
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