Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1632: Composer Jean-Baptiste Lully was born.
1944: The MGM movie musical “Meet Me in St. Louis,” starring Judy Garland opened in New York.
1970: George Harrison’s “My Sweet Lord” was released.
1974: Elton John and John Lennon sang a duet of “I Saw Her Standing There” at Madison Square Garden in New York. The show was John Lennon’s last stage appearance.
1984: Prince’s “I Would Die 4 U” became the fourth single from the album “Purple Rain.”
1990: In Los Angeles, law enforcement officials announced that there was not enough evidence to prosecute Axl Rose for assault on his neighbor. The charge was the Rose had hit her over the head with a wine bottle.
2000: About nine million people watched a Madonna concert over the Internet. The 29-minute, six-song event was performed at London’s Brixton Acedemy in front of about 2,800 people. According to MSN.com the show set a record for such events.
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