Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1781: Composer Mauro Giuseppe Sergio Pantaleo Giuliani was born.
1867: Composer Enrique Granados was born.
1942: Peggy Lee recorded her first hit record “Why Dont You Do Right.”
1974: Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Sweet Home Alabama” was released.
1976: Bruce Springsteen sued his manager Mike Appel in Manhatten’s U.S. District Court for fraud and breach of contract.
1979: Alice Cooper’s Indian art store in Scottsdale, Arizona was hit by a firebomb.
1983: Metallica began their first tour entitled “Kill ’em all for one.” The tour ended on September 3, 1983.
1986: Queen became the first act since Louis Armstrong to play in Budapest, Hungary.
1998: It was announced that Dancin’ in the District, Nashville’s weekly downtown concert series, would become a 21-and-over event due to issues with underage drinking.
2007: Paul Stanley (KISS) had to leave a concert due to his pulse being twice the normal level. The band performed as a trio with Gene Simmons singing all songs.
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