Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1962: The Isley Brothers released “Twist and Shout.”
1968: The Rolling Stones released “Jumpin’ Jack Flash.”
1969: The Hollies recorded “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother” with Elton John on piano.
1969: “Midnight Cowboy” opened in New York.
1974: Pam Morrison, Jim Morrison’s widow, died of a drug overdose.
1983: Dio released the album “Holy Diver.”
1988: Debbie Gibson’s “Foolish Beat” hit #1, making her the youngest artist to write, sing and produce a #1 hit. She was 17 years old at the time.
1992: Khalil Rountree, tour manager for Boyz II Men, was shot and killed at a hotel in Chicago. The group was on tour with Hammer at the time of the incident.
1996: Bradley Nowell (Sublime) was found dead in his San Francisco motel room of a drug overdose at the age of 26.
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