Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1680: Composer Jean-Baptiste Loeillet was born.
1786: Composer Carl Maria Friedrich Ernst was born.
1956: Fats Domino appeared on the Ed Sullivan show and performed his hit “Blueberry Hill.”
1970: Jerry Lee Lewis and wife Myra Brown were divorced in Memphis.
1987: U2 opened for itself by pretending to be a country-rock group called The Dalton Brothers during a concert in Los Angeles.
1990: Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall were married in Bali, Indonesia.
1990: Paul McCartney’s birth certificate sold for $18,000 in an auction.
1995: The Rolling Stones become the first act to broadcast a concert on the Internet.
1996: The Metallica single “Mama Said” was released.
1997: The AC/DC five-CD boxed set, “Bonfire” was released in the U.S.
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