Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1939: Charlie Barnet and his orchestra recorded “Cherokee.”
1961: Motown Records released The Supremes’ first single, “Buttered Popcorn.”
1967: The Jimi Hendrix Experience opened for The Monkees at The Forest Hills Tennis Stadium in New York.
1974: The Moody Blues open the first quadraphonic studio in London.
1976: Heart’s “Magic Man” was released.
1987: Keith Richards (Rolling Stones) signed a solo deal with Virgin Records.
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