Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1699: Composer Johann Adolph Hasse was born.
1852: Friedrich Hebbel’s “Agnes Bernauer,” premiered in Munich.
1931: Hal Kemp and his orchestra recorded “Whistles,” with Skinnay Ennis.
1961: Elvis Presley performed his last live show for the next eight years in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The show raised $62,000 for the U.S.S. Arizona memorial fund.
1968: The 58th and final episode of “The Monkees” TV show was aired.
1976: Jackson Browne’s wife Phyllis committed suicide.
1985: Prince won an Oscar for Best Original Score for the soundtrack for the movie “Purple Rain.”
1991: Michael Jackson escorted Madonna to the Oscars.
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