Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1941: Skinnay Ennis and his orchestra recorded the tune, “Dont Let Julia Fool Ya.”
1970: Elton John made his first live appearance in the U.S. He opened for David Ackles at “The Troubadour” in Los Angeles, CA.
1973: Butch Trucks (Allman Brothers) broke a leg in a car crash in Macon, GA.
1976: Boston released its self-titled debut album.
1980: The Broadway musical “42nd Street” opened.
1986: Paul Simon’s “Graceland” was released.
1994: A New York judge formally dissolved the marriage between Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley.
1994: Robert Plant and Jimmy Page reunited in a London studio to record their MTV “Unplugged” show. The show was called “Unledded.”
1997: Various artists recorded “Make a Miracle” to help the children of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
2000: It was announced that the Franklin Sullivan III (Survivor) would be asking a federal court in Chicago, IL, for a preliminary injunction against CBS Corp. and TVT Records LLC concerning the soon-to-be-released soundtrack from the CBS TV series “Survivor.”
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