Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1941: Harry James and his orchestra recorded “You Made Me Love You.”
1954: Bill Haley and the Comets’ “Rock Around the Clock” was released. It was not successful until it was released in 1955 on the soundtrack to “Blackboard Jungle.”
1967: Jimi Hendrix signed his first American record contract with Reprise Records.
1970: “Let It Be,” the film by The Beatles, premiered worldwide.
1977: The stage show “Beatlemania” opened at the Winter Garden Theater, New York.
1979: Elton John performed in Leningrad, Soviet Union.
1995: Don Henley married Sharon Summerall.
1998: Tommy Lee (Motley Crue) started serving a 6-month sentence for felony spousal abuse.
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