Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1862: Damon Runyan, scriptwriter for “Guys and Dolls”, was born.
1881: Edward Leveaux received a patent for the player piano.
1943: “Is You is or is You Aint My Baby?” by Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five was released.
1969: The song “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes” was released by Crosby, Stills & Nash.
1974: Thin Lizzy performed for the first time with Scott Gorham and Brian Robertson both in the lineup.
1980: Carly Simon collapsed on stage in Pittsburgh from a case of nervous exhaustion. The remainder of the tour was cancelled.
1982: The group Squeeze broke up.
1994: Dream Theater released the album “Awake.”
1997: Farm Aid ’97 raised over $1 million for U.S. farmers.
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