Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1937: Red Norvo and his orchestra recorded the “Russian Lullaby.”
1962: Bob Dylan made his first appearance at Carnegie Hall.
1965: Great Society, with Grace Slick, made its stage debut in North Beach, CA.
1965: The Who began a short tour in Scandinavia. Roger Daltry punched Keith Moon.
1967: The Beatles appeared on the cover of Time Magazine.
1980: Geffen Records was formed.
1985: The first Farm-Aid concert was held in Champaign, IL. The show raised $10 million for U.S. farmers.
1989: Irving Berlin died at the age of 101.
1995: Time Warner and Turner Broadcasting System announced their agreement to a $7.5 million merger.
1998: The album “Psycho-Circus” by KISS was released.
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