Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1874: Composer Charles Edward Ives was born.
1954: The musical “Peter Pan” opened.
1960: The Elvis Presley film “G.I. Blues” premiered.
1962: The Four Seasons released “Big Girls Don’t Cry.”
1969: John Lennon released “Cold Turkey,” his second solo album.
1973: “The Joker” was released by the Steve Miller Band.
1977: Lynyrd Skynyrd vocalist Ronnie Van Zant, guitarist Steve Gaines, Cassie Gaines (Steve’s sister) and road manager Dean Kilpatrick were killed when their plane crashed in Gillsburg, MS. The other four members of the band were seriously injured but survived the crash.
1990: Three members of 2 Live Crew were acquitted on obscenity charges in Hollywood, FL.
1992: The Madonna album “Erotica” was released.
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