Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1660: Composer Alessandro Scarlatti was born.
1843: Composer Carl Michael Ziehrer was born.
1938: Ella Fitzgerald recorded “A-Tisket, A-Tasket” with Chick Webbs band.
1960: Production began on Elvis Presley’s “G.I. Blues.” It was his first post-Army movie.
1965: The Rolling Stones made their second appearance on the “Ed Sullivan Show.”
1977: Eric Clapton recorded “Wonderful Tonight.”
1979: The Who’s movie “Quadrophenia” premiered in London.
1982: Adam and the Ants disbanded.
1998: Hide (X Japan) died in an apparent suicide at the age of 33.
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