Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1727: Composer Armand-Louis Couperin was born.
1952: The first musical choreography score was copyrighted. It was Cole Porter’s “Kiss Me Kate”.
1957: Buddy Holly and the Crickets recorded “That’ll Be The Day.” The song would be their first hit. A previously recorded version, on July 22, 1956, was produced poorly and the vocals were performed differently.
1978: Jefferson Starship declared “Earth Day” for the release of their new album, “Earth”. It was premiered 2 days later.
1992: James Brown received a Lifetime Achievement Grammy.
1998: Bo Diddley and Roy Orbison received Lifetime Achievement Grammy awards.
2000: It was announced that Britney Spears would be releasing her own brand of bubble gum, “Britney Spears CD Bubble Gum”, in March of 2000.
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