Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1686: Composer Nicola Antonio Porpora was born.
1960: The Beatles began their first engagement away from England.
1968: Deep Purple’s “Hush” was released.
1970: Christine McVie joined Fleetwood Mac as the group’s first female member.
1974: Patrick Moraz replaced Rick Wakeman in Yes.
1977: Florists Transworld Delivery (FTD) reported that in one day the number of orders for flowers to be delivered to Graceland had surpassed the number for any other event in the company’s history.
1983: Prince’s song “Delirious” was released.
1984: Motley Crue gave its performance debut at the Monsters of Rock festival at Castle Donington, England.
1986: 42 people were beaten or stabbed at a Run D.M.C. concert in Long Beach, CA.
1995: Security guards carried Courtney Love offstage after she began fighting with Hole fans because they weren’t cheering loud enough during the last night of the Lollapalooza tour in Mountain View, CA.
1998: Carlos Santana received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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