Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1850: Wagners opera, “Lohengrin,” was performed for the first time.
1961: “Please Mr. Postman” was released by the Marvelettes.
1964: The Beatles appeared on the cover of “LIFE” magazine.
1972: David Bowie and the Spiders from Mars made their debut at Carnegie Hall in New York.
1984: The Jacksons Victory Tour broke the record for concert ticket sales. The group surpassed the 1.1 million mark in only two months.
1995: Oingo Boingo announced they would break up following a series of Halloween shows in California.
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