Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1904: Composer Vivian Ellis was born.
1956: Maria Callas made her Metropolitan Opera debut in “Norma.”
1963: The Hollies began recording their first sessions for their first album.
1970: Neil Diamond received a gold record for “Cracklin’ Rosie.”
1975: Joan Baez became a member of Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue.
1990: The Byrds, LaVern Baker, John Lee Hooker, The Impressions, Wilson Pickett, Jimmy Reed and Ike & Tina Turner were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
1996: In Pasadena, California, a judge drops drug possession charges against Scott Weiland, the singer for the Stone Temple Pilots. The judge concluded that Weiland had made significant progress in rehab.
1998: East Bay Ray, Klaus Flouride and D.H. Peligro, all former members of the Dead Kennedys, filed suit against Jello Biafra. The claim was that the former lead singer had diverted money owed to the other band members for his own use.
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