Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1722: Composer Johann Ernst Bach was born.
1927: Jean Goldkette and his dancing orchestra recorded “I’m Looking Over a Four-Leaf Clover.”
1944: Composer John Tavener was born.
1965: The Who made their first appearance on the British TV rock show “Ready Steady Go!”
1978: At the request of a fan, Ted Nugent autographed a man’s arm with a bowie knife.
1980: The original Ants split up with Adam.
1990: Aaron Neville sang the U.S. national anthem at Super Bowl XXIV.
1996: Chris Isaak made a guest appearance on the NBC TV show “Friends.”
1998: Tracey Lawrence was convicted of battery stemming from a quarrel in September with his wife, Stacie. Lawrence was sentenced to pay $500 to a Las Vegas shelter for battered women.
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