Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1876: Composer John Alden Carpenter was born.
1930: Ted Lewis and his orchestra recorded “On the Sunny Side of the Street.”
1968: Frankie Lymon died of a heroin overdose.
1974: Bobby Bloom shot himself to death at the age of 28.
1984: Michael Jackson won a record eight Grammy awards connected to the album “Thriller.”
1991: In Los Angeles, “Curtis Mayfield Day” was held.
2000: Songwriter Stan Penrige sued the members of Kiss, the band’s publishing company, and Universal Music Group. Penrige charged that he had been shortchanged millions in publishing royalties for the song “Beth.”
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