Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1923: “720 in the Books” was recorded by Jan Savitt and his Orchestra.
1966: The Rolling Stones released the song “Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby.”
1969: It was reported by “The London Daily Mirror” that Paul McCartney was dead. It was the first time the rumor was printed.
1974: Robbie McIntosh (Average White Band) died of a heroin overdose at the age of 24.
1980: Philip Anglim was replaced by David Bowie in the play “The Elephant Man” in New York City, NY.
1991: Izzy Stradlin left Guns N’ Roses. Gilby Clarke replaced him.
1997: MCA Records reissued Average White Band’s label debut “Show Your Hand” as part of the band’s 25th anniversary.
1997: The album “Falling Into Infinity” was released by Dream Theater.
1997: The Rolling Stones began their “Bridges to Babylon” tour in Chicago, IL.
1999: Shirley Manson (Garbage) unveiled her own line of lip gloss.
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