Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1900: Giuseppe Verdi’s “Aida” was performed in New York.
1957: Fats Domino recorded “I’m Walkin’.”
1964: The Beatles made their first appearance on U.S. television in a film clip shown on the “Jack Paar Show.” It was a performance of the song “She Loves You.”
1967: Carl Wilson (Beach Boys) refused to be sworn in after receiving a U.S. Army draft notice. He said he was a conscientious objector.
1970: Davy Jones announced he was leaving the Monkees.
1987: Aretha Franklin was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame along with Bill Haley and 14 others. Franklin was the first woman to be inducted.
1998: Swedish police arrested a total of 314 people following a neo-Nazi concert near Stolkholm. Crowd members allegedly gave Hitler salutes, classified as a “hate crime” under Swedish law, during a performance by U.S. group Max Resist.
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