Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1708: Composer Johann Adolph Scheibe was born.
1956: “Most Happy Fella,” a musical by Frank Loesser, opened at the Imperial Theatre in New York City.
1964: Gerry & the Pacemakers made their U.S. TV debut on the “Ed Sullivan Show.” They performed “Don’t Let the Sun Catch You Crying.”
1967: Carl Wilson (Beach Boys) went to court on draft evasion charges.
1971: New York City’s Philharmonic Hall at Lincoln Center announced that it would begin presenting rock, pop and jazz concerts as well as classical.
1977: Paul Simon and Phoebe Snow performed at a benefit concert for the New York Public Library.
1991: Andy Williams (age 60) and Debbie Haas (age 36) were married.
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