Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1712: Composer The Great Frederich was born.
1918: Composer Gottfried von Einem was born.
1957: Elvis Presley recorded “Teddy Bear.”
1969: Jethro Tull played its first U.S. concert in New York City as the opening act for Led Zeppelin.
1970: James “Shep” Sheppard of the The Heartbeats and Shep and the Limelites, was found murdered in his car on the Long Island Expressway.
1989: James Brown was sentenced to 6 years in jail for drug and and assault charges.
1995: Van Halen released their “Balance” LP. It was the last album recorded with lead singer Sammy Hagar.
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