Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1695: Composer Pietro-Antonio Locatelli was born.
1942: Frank Sinatra started his solo singing career.
1963: Reprise Records, owned by Frank Sinatra, became part of Warner Brothers Records.
1970: Rolling Stone reported that the Dave Clark Five had broken up.
1983: Metallica ended their first tour entitled “Kill ’em all for one.” The tour began on July 27, 1983.
1994: Brian Setzer (formerly of the Stray Cats) married Christine Schmidt.
1994: “After the Storm” was released by Crosby, Stills and Nash.
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