Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1928: Glen Gray’s Orchestra recorded “Under a Blanket of Blue.” Kenny Sargeant performed the vocals.
1963: “She Loves You” by the Beatles was played on the radio by Murry The K in New York. It is believed that this was the first time a Beatles song was played in the U.S.
1972: David Bowie sold out New York’s Carnegie Hall. It was his first sell out in the U.S.
1975: Jerry Garcia and Friends and Jefferson Starship gave a free show to 40,000 fans in San Francisco’s Lindley Park.
1979: Jimmy McCulloch was found dead in London at the age of 26.
1989: “Tales From Margaritaville” was published by Jimmy Buffet. It was a book of short stories.
1995: Bobby Brown’s car was riddled with bullets in Boston’s Roxbury section. The gun battle killed his sister’s fianc?.
2001: Courtney Love filed a claim against Geffen Records and two musicians from her late husband’s band, Nirvana. The suit was aimed at invalidating a 1997 agreement over the group’s body of work. Love claimed that she signed the deal while she was distressed.
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