Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1634: Composer Andres de Sola was born.
1859: Composer Sergei Mikhailovich Liapunov was born.
1965: The Colorado State government declared this day to be Rolling Stones Day.
1969: Simon & Garfunkel’s first TV special, “Songs of America,” aired.
1982: Metallica played their final concert with Ron McGovney.
1992: The video “NFL Country,” by various artists, was certified Gold by the RIAA.
1996: Mark Wills and Kelly Mangus were married.
1998: Inga Vainshtein, Jewel’s former manager, filed suit claiming she was fired after Jewel’s mother intentionally caused a rift between them.
1999: Jomato Records released an early collection of Shania Twain’s work and called it “Beginnings (1989-90).” The material predates Twain’s earliest Nashville demos.
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