Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1736: Composer Johann Georg Albrechtsberger was born.
1911: Composer Jehan Alain was born.
1956: Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash held a recording session at Sun Studios in Memphis. The sessions were later named the “Million Dollar Quartet” and released.
1960: The record label Reprise Records is formed by Frank Sinatra.
1977: Elton John resumed live performing in Sweeden 15 months after he had announced that he would not perform live anymore.
1978: Harry Chapin” met with U.S. President Carter to discuss hunger.
1993: Harry Connick Jr. entered a plea bargain with New York authorities stemming from his arrest in December for having a gun in his carry-on luggage at New York’s Kennedy Airport. Under the deal, Connick did not have to plead guilty to the crime, avoided going to jail and had to make public service anno
1996: B.B. King guest starred on CBS-TV’s “Touched by an Angel”.
1999: Trace Adkins fractured and dislocated his ankle while working to get his truck out of mud.
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