Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1710: Composer Giovanni Battista Pergolesi was born.
1874: Composer Josef Suk was born.
1935: Bert Ambrose and his Orchestra recorded “Hors doeuvres.”
1950: RCA Victor announced that it would manufacture long-playing (LP) records.
1957: Boxer Joe Louis appeared on “The Steve Allen Show” to introduce singer Solomon Burke.
1965: Leo Fender sold the Fender Guitar Company to CBS for $13 million.
1973: The Allman Brothers name Lamar Williams as the replacement for the late Berry Oakley. The announcment was in Rolling Stone magazine.
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