Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1939: Composer Marlos Nobre was born.
1959: Ray Charles recorded “What’d I Say.”
1969: Lulu and Maurice Gibb (Bee Gees) were married in England.
1974: Yes played their first show at Madison Square Garden.
1992: Vince Neil quit as lead singer of Motley Crue. After 11 years with the group he says he wants to spend more time on his career as a race car driver. The band reunited on the “American Music Awards” 5 years later.
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