Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1942: Count Basie and His Orchestra recorded “One O’Clock Jump.”
1957: Chuck Berry recorded “School Day.”
1962: Jackie Wilson appeared on “The Ed Sullivan Show.”
1966: George Harrison and Patricia Anne Boyd were married. Patty eventually left Harrison for Eric Clapton.
1984: Jackie Wilson died after being in a coma for 8 years.
1990: MTV’s “Unplugged” made its debut with Squeeze as the first performers.
1998: James Brown was released from a hospital where he had been treated for an addicition to painkillers at the age of 64. He was admitted on January 15, 1998.
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