Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1753: Composer Muzio Clementi was born.
1941: Artie Shaw and his orchestra recorded “Moonglow.”
1978: Vic Ames (Ames Brothers) died in an auto accident.
1980: Prince’s single “Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad” was released.
1988: Nirvana recorded a ten song demo tape with producer Jack Endino. The Melvin’s Dale Crover was on drums.
1995: Courtney Love appeared in Australian court on charges of abusing a flight attendant. She admitted to responding with an obscenity when a Quantas flight attendant told her to take her feet down from the airplane cabin wall. Love’s sentence was one month of good behavior.
1997: The movie “Spice World” was released in the United States.
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