Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1795: Composer Heinrich August Marschner was born.
1940: Frankie Masters and his orchestra recorded “Marching Along Together.”
1966: The Monkees’ first single, “Last Train to Clarksville,” was released.
1975: Peter Gabriel announced that he was leaving the group Genesis. Phil Collins would be the new lead singer after the group auditioned more than 400 potential musicians.
1983: Paul Simon and Carrie Fisher were married. They divorced in 1985.
1985: Madonna and Sean Penn were married in Malibu, CA. They were divorced in 1989.
2005: “Tommy Lee Goes to College” debuted on NBC-TV. The classes were taken at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
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