Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1839: Composer Josef Gabriel Rheinberger was born.
1956: Carl Perkins appeared on “Ozark Jubilee.” It was his first television appearance.
1962: Billboards reported that Ray Charles had started Tangerine, his own record label.
1968: The Bee Gees made their U.S. television debut on the “Ed Sullivan Show.” They performed “To Love Somebody” and “Words.”
1990: Whitney Houston headlined an AIDS benefit concert at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
1995: Suzanne Vega married Mitchell Froom.
1997: The RIAA announced that the Eagles’ “Greatest Hits” album had tied Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” as the all-time best-selling album in the U.S.
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