Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1770: Composer Ludwig Van Beethoven was born.
1882: Composer Zoltan Kodaly was born.
1907: Eugene H. Farrar became the first singer to broadcast on radio. He sang from the Brooklyn Navy Yard in New York.
1960: George Harrison was deported from Germany for being too young to perform there with the Beatles.
1967: The Lemon Pipers released “Green Tambourine.”
1972: Paul McCartneys single, “Hi, Hi, Hi,” was released.
1974: Mott the Hoople broke up.
1983: The Who officially disbanded.
1993: MTV aired Nirvana’s New York “Unplugged” performance.
1999: Former Sex Pistols manager, Malcolm McLaren, announced plans to join the race for London’s first-ever elected mayor.
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