Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1835: Composer Eduard Strauss was born.
1945: “Billboard” magazine began listing a top albums chart. The first #1 was “The Nat King Cole Trio.”
1956: The Lerner and Loewe musical “My Fair Lady” opened on Broadway.
1974: The Emerson, Lake and Palmer movie “Pictures at an Exhibition” premiered in Los Angeles, CA.
1976: “Destroyer” was released by KISS.
1999: Relatives of Buddy Holly filed a suit against MCA Records for allegedly hoarding royalty payments, forging contracts and illegally producing albums without the consent of the family.
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