Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1845: The French Army introduced the saxophone to its military band. The musical instrument was the invention of Adolphe Sax of Belgium.
1942: Harry James and his band recorded “Ive Heard that Song Before.” Helen Forrest sang the song.
1969: A Moscow police chief reported that thousands of Moscow telephone booths had been made inoperable by thieves who had stolen phone parts in order to convert their acoustic guitars to electric.
1976: Blue Oyster Cult’s “Don’t Fear The Reaper” was released
1979: James Taylor played a free concert in New York’s Central Park to help the city’s campaign to restore the park’s Sheep Meadow.
1981: Debra Harry released the solo album “Koo Koo.” Harry was the singer for the group Blondie.
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