Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1978: Echo & the Bunnymen made their performance debut in Liverpool, England.
1965: The Rolling Stones made their debut on NBC-TV’s “Hullabaloo” television show. The band performed “Get Off My Cloud.”
1971: Grand Funk Railroad released their sixth album, “E Pluribus Funk.”
1978: Echo & the Bunnymen gave their performance debute at Eric’s Club in Liverpool, England.
1990: David Bowie opened on Broadway in the title role of “The Elephant Man.”
1992: Ozzy Osbourne performed what he had announced would be his last concert, in Costa Mesa, CA. He did return to live shows.
2003: The city of Augusta, GA, announced that it planned to construct a statue of James Brown and rename a music festival in his honor.
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