Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1928: “The Singing Fool,” with Al Jolson, was released.
1953: Gisele MacKenzie took over as host on NBC-TVs “Your Hit Parade.”
1958: Elvis Presley left a Brooklyn naval base to sail to Germany to be with his army unit.
1970: “Get Yer Ya Ya’s Out” was released by the Rolling Stones.
1974: Max Weinberg made his debut as the drummer for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band.
1975: Eric Clapton got a gold record for “I Shot The Sheriff.”
1979: The first MUSE concert took place. The Musicians United for Safe Energy was better known as “No-Nukes.”
1985: A U.S. Senate committee heard testimony on labeling and rating of rock music, initiated by the Parents Music Resource Center.
1987: The Farm Aid concert took place at the University of Nebraska.
1987: Taja Seville released her self-titled debut album.
1992: “The One” was released by Elton John.
1997: Rich Mullins died in a car accident in LaSalle County, IL.
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