Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1962: Benny Goodman led the first American jazz band to play in the Soviet Union.
1966: In San Francisco, CA, Jefferson Airplane performed at a benefit for the Haight-Ashbury Legal Organization.
1972: Roxy Music played their first major date at England’s Great Western Express Festival.
1978: Led Zeppelin began recording “In Through the Out Door.”
1987: In Liverpool, England, Adam Horovitz (Beastie Boys) was arrested for allegedly assaulting a female fan during a riot at a Beastie Boys show.
1989: Bobby Brown released “On Our Own.”
1992: Paul Simon and Edie Brickell were married.
1999: In London, a bomb threat at a Kenny Rogers concert being held at Royal Albert Hall caused the evacuation of more than 3,000. No bomb was found and no injuries were reported.
1999: Tim McGraw made an unannounced appearance to open a concert for his wife, Faith Hill.
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