Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1661: Composer George Bohm was born.
1862: Composer Alphons Diepenbrock was born.
1924: The operetta “Rose Marie”, by Rudolf Friml, opened on Broadway.
1931: The radio show, “15 Minutes with Bing Crosby”, debuted on CBS.
1963: The Angels become the first white all-female group to have a No.1 record. The song was “My Boyfriend’s Back.”
1965: The Rolling Stones appeared on the British TV show “Ready Steady Go!” Mick Jagger and Andrew Loog Oldham performed a parody of Sonny & Cher’s “I Got You Babe.”
1970: An ad was run in “Melody Maker” by Genesis. Phil Collins answered the ad and eventually joined the group.
1976: The first issue of Musician magazine was published.
1978: The “Animal House” soundtrack was released.
1986: Debbie Gibson, while still in school and only 16 years old, began recording the album “Out of the Blue.”
1988: The Amnesty International Tour started in London at Wembley Stadium.
1997: WAR released its 20th album, “Coleccion Latina.”
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