Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1902: Composer Sir William Turner Walton was born.
1951: “The King and I” opened on Broadway.
1973: Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show appeared on the cover of “Rolling Stone.”
1980: The BeeGees were sued by a Chicago man for plagiarism of the song “How Deep Is Your Love.” The BeeGees won the case on appeal.
1998: Shania Twain began her first headlining tour in her Canadian homeland in Sudbury, Ontario.
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