Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1942: Fats Waller recorded “The Jitterbug Waltz” in New York.
1963: “Puff The Magic Dragon” was released by Peter, Paul and Mary.
1969: The musical “1776” opened on Broadway.
1979: Twisted Sister became the first band to sell out New York City’s Palladium without ever releasing a record. The band did not sign a record deal until 3 years later.
1999: The album “Great Zeppelin: A Tribute To Led Zeppelin” was released by Great White.
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