Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1892: Composer Yrjo Kilpinen was born.
1937: Glen Gray and his Casa Loma Orchestra recorded “A Study in Brown.”
1955: James Brown recorded “Please Please Please.”
1961: Johnny Burnette was rushed to a hospital in Hollywood for an emergency appendectomy.
1971: Diana Ross guest starred on Danny Thomas’ “Make Room For Granddaddy” TV show.
1977: “American Bandstand” celebrated its 25th anniversary with an ABC-TV special hosted by Dick Clark.
1983: Karen Carpenter died from heartbeat irregularities brought on by chemical imbalances associated with anorexia nervosa.
1996: Rob Pilatus, formerly of Milli-Vanilli, was hospitalized when he was hit over the head with a baseball bat in Hollywood. Pilatus was attempting to steal a car. The owner was the person who hit him.
2001: Jimmy Buffet was ordered by NBA referee Joe Forte to give up his courtside seat due to the use of profanity. After a several-minute delay, the game between the Miami Heat and the visiting New York Knicks continued.
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