Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1822: Composer Josef Joachim Raff was born.
1957: “That’ll be the Day” by the Crickets was released.
1962: Bob Dylan released “The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan.”
1967: Columbia and RCA Victor announced that they would raise the list price of mono albums by a dollar on June 1. It was the first increase since 1953.
1987: During a show in Rome’s Flaminio Stadio, U2’s sound system set off earthquake alarms in two neighborhoods.
1989: Stevie Wonder was given the Badge Of Solidarity from the Polish Labor Movement in Warsaw.
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