Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1922: The New Orleans Rhythm Kings recorded “Tiger Rag.”
1969: The 3-day Texas International Pop Festival opened at the Dallas International Motor Speedway.
1980: Cher made an unannounced appearance as vocalist with Black Rose at a concert in New York’s Central Park.
1984: Beatles fans paid $271,180 for memorabilia at an auction in London, England.
1991: Dottie West was critically injured in a car accident while en route to perform at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN. She died five days later.
1993: Billy Joel became the first musical guest on CBS-TV’s “The Late Show with David Letterman” when the show debuted.
1998: Roberto Augusto Miranda Soares was shot four times when he refused to give up the keys to his Mercedes to robbers. Soares was the president of Sony Music/Brazil.
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