Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1732: Composer Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach was born.
1948: Columbia Records began the first mass production of the 33 1/3 RPM LP.
1955: Johnny Cash’s first single, “Cry Cry Cry,” was released.
1975: James Taylor’s “How Sweet It Is” was released.
1981: Donald Fagan and Walter Becker announced the break-up of Steely Dan.
1989: The New Kids on the Block released “Hangin’ Tough.”
1999: Pantera rode a float in the Dallas Stars Stanley Cup victory parade in downtown Dallas. Pantera is responsible for the Stars’ theme song.
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