Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1749: Composer Domenico Cimarosa was born.
1955: Carl Perkins wrote “Blue Suede Shoes.” Less than 48 hours later, he recorded it in Memphis, TN.
1969: TV history was made when Tiny Tim and Miss Vicki Budinger were married on “The Tonight Show” with Johnny Carson.
1977: Elvis Costello and the Attractions appear on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” in place of the Sex Pistols. The Sex Pistols could not get visas to enter the U.S.
1986: The Doobie Brothers reunited for a benefit in Palo Alto, CA. The performance inspired a reunion tour in 1987.
1986: Paul & Linda McCartney’s limo caught fire en route to a TV taping in Newcastle, England. They are both unharmed.
1994: Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi) and Heather Locklear were married.
1997: U.S. President Clinton signed the No Electronic Theft Act. The act removed protection from individuals who claimed that they took no direct financial gains from stealing copyrighted works and downloading them from the Internet.
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