Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1860: Composer Emil Nikolaus von Reznicek was born.
1920: The Symphony Society of New York presented a concert at the Paris Opera House. It was the first American orchestra to make a European tour.
1957: The “Alan Freed Show” premiered on ABC-TV. It was the first prime-time network rock show.
1959: The winners of the first annual Grammy Awards were announced.
1969: Richard Tapper (TIME (Trust in Men Everywhere)) was shot three times on his way to a jam session.
1987: Paul Butterfield died of complications of a drug overdose at the age of 44.
1992: Dudu Mntowaziwayo Ndlovu (Dudu Zulu), a band member of Johnny Clegg & Savuka, died of a gunshot wound in Zululand, South Africa, at the age of 33.
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