Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1927: Jimmy Rodgers recorded “Sleep Baby Sleep” and “Soldier’s Sweetheart.”
1957: The Everly Brothers made their second appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show and introduced their upcoming single, “Wake Up Little Susie” and the song “Bye Bye Love.”
1966: A ban of the broadcast of any and all Beatles records on most U.S. radio stations went into effect. The ban was in response to John Lennon stating that the band was now more popular than Jesus Christ.
1975: Robert Plant and his family were suffered injuries in a car accident on the Mediterranean island of Rhodes.
1984: Phil Collins and Jill Tavelman were married.
1998: MTV switched off its channel feed to 500,000 homes in Amsterdam after network provider A2000 demanded that MTV share its previously separate channel with two other operators and pay for distribution.
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