Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1881: Composer Georges Enesco was born.
1939: The Dick Jurgens Orchestra recorded, “Day Dreams Come True at Night.”
1972: NBC-TV presented “The Midnight Special” for the first time with John Denver as the first host.
1980: 1,400 people riot in Toronto when Alice Cooper cancelled a show due to illness.
2001: Former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted made his first live appearance with EchoBrain.
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