Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1905: Composer Ernesto Halffter was born.
1938: Benny Goodman and his band, plus a quartet, played at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
1957: Little Richard recorded “Lucille.”
1965: The first Guess Who album, “Shakin’ All Over,” was released.
1976: The TV show “Donny & Marie” premiered on ABC-TV.
1979: Cher and Greg Allman were divorced.
1987: The Beastie Boys became the first act censored on “American Bandstand.”
1996: Wayne Newton performed his 25,000th Las Vegas show.
1998: The Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, cancelled the premiere of Nick Broomfield’s documentary “Kurt and Courtney” due to unresolved legal issues.
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