Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1920: Enrico Caruso recorded his last work for Victor Records.
1963: “She Loves You” was released by the Beatles.
1965: The second season of “Shindig!” was opened with the Rolling Stones performing “Satisfaction.” The Kinks, Byrds and Everly Brothers also appeared on the season opener.
1966: The Metropolitan Opera opened its new opera house at New York’s Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
1970: Jimi Hendrix made his final public appearance. He appeared with Eric Burdon and War at a club in London. The opening performance was Samuel Barber’s “Antony and Cleopatra.”
1978: The Grateful Dead recorded a concert at the pyramids in Egypt.
1980: Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall officially opened.
1991: Willie Nelson and makeup artist Ann-Marie D’Angelo got married.
1993: Grace Slick’s home was destroyed by fire.
1998: The members of Mott The Hoople played together for the first time in 24 years at the Virgin Megastore on London’s Oxford Street.
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