Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1942: Glen Miller and his band recorded “Jukebox Saturday Night.”
1973: Ray Davies announced that he was leaving The Kinks. He returned to the group within the week.
1980: Linda Ronstadt made her dramatic debut in “The Pirates Of Penzance” at the New York Shakespeare Festival in Central Park.
1992: Aretha Franklin sang the U.S. national anthem at the Democratic National Convention in New York City.
1995: Sinead O’Connor dropped out of Lollapalooza because she was pregnant. She was replaced with Elastica.
2002: A boat captained by Bob Segar won its division in the 78th annual Port Huron-to-Mackinac Island Sailboat Race.
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