Today in Music History
This is what really interesting stuff happened on today’s date in music history.
We have a complete database archive of music history that you can browse through (link below).
It includes musicians births, deaths, important releases and remarkable events in musical history for rock, jazz,
classical, pop and every other music genre. If you’d like this music history information for your own site, please contact us.
What happened today in music history:
1908: In New York, Beethoven’s “Fidelio” opened at the Metropolitan Opera.
1935: “Your Hit Parade” made its debut on radio.
1948: Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra were featured in the first televised symphonic concert.
1960: Elvis Presley made his first post-Army recording.
1965: The first Motown tour of the U.K. began.
1969: John Lennon and Yoko Ono were married in Gibraltar.
1972: Ringo Starr released “Back Off, Boogaloo.”
1977: The final live T. Rex concert took place.
1984: Slim Jim Phantom (Stray Cats) married Britt Ekland.
1991: Eric Clapton’s 4 year old son, Conor, died after falling from a 53rd story New York City apartment window.
1995: “Baby It’s You,” by the Beatles, was released.
|<<< Previous day||Archives||Next day >>>|