Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1827: Composer Ludwig van Beethoven died.
1941: Jimmie Lunceford and his orchestra recorded the tune “Battle Axe.”
1964: “Funny Girl” opened on Broadway starring Barbara Streisand.
1965: It was announced that Jeff Beck would take Eric Clapton’s place in the Yardbirds.
1970: Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul & Mary pled guilty to “taking immoral liberties” with a 14 year old girl in Washington, DC.
1977: The first single by Elvis Costello, “Less Than Zero”, was released.
1986: Guns N’ Roses was signed to Geffen Records.
1995: An opera based on the life of tennis player Martina Navratilova premiered at New York’s Carnegie Hall.
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