Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1847: Composer Robert Fuchs was born.
1954: Big Joe Turner recorded the original “Shake, Rattle & Roll”.
1961: The Marcels recorded “Blue Moon”.
1964: Sam Cooke announced that he was cutting back on live performances to concentrate on songwriting and building his record labels.
1967: The first laws concerning anti-bootlegging were enacted.
1969: A Florida woman was arrested for impersonating Aretha Franklin during a concert at a club.
1976: Bette Midler bailed seven members of her entourage out of jail. They were arrested on cocaine and marijuana possession charges.
1981: Mike Bloomfield died of an accidental drug overdose.
1995: Metallic began recording their sixth album “Load.”
1999: “Rolling Stones Day” was declared in Minnesota.
2008: Activision announced that “Guitar Hero: Aerosmith” would be released in June 2008.
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