Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1848: Composer Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry was born.
1960: The Miracles made their first TV appearance on “American Bandstand.”
1970: Jefferson Airplane was fined $1,000 for using profanity during a concert in Oklahoma City.
1977: Keith Richards’ Toronto hotel suite was raided by Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Richards was arrested and charged possession of heroin with the intent to traffic and possession of cocaine. He was release on $25,000 bail.
1990: Milli Vanilli’s Rob Pilatus shared his perspective on life with Time magazine. In the interview he said, “Musically, we’re more talented than any Bob Dylan or Paul McCartney. Mick Jagger can’t produce a sound. I’m the new Elvis.”
1997: James Brown asked talk show hostess Rolanda White to marry him during the taping of one of her shows. She didn’t marry him.
1998: Vince Neil of Motley Crue announced an agreement with Internet Entertainment Group and Vivid Video to distribute a 60-minute home video of him having sex with two adult film models in Hawaii.
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