Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1880: Composer Nicolai Karlovich Medtner was born.
1959: “It Doesn’t Matter Anymore” backed by “Raining in My Heart” was released by Coral Records. It was the last release of Buddy Holly before his death.
1976: Mal Evans, a Beatle’s bodyguard and road manager, was killed in a confrontation with Los Angeles police.
1978: Prince made his solo performance debut in Minneapolis, MN.
1984: The Police, announced a farewell concert for March 2 in Australia. The group had been together for 9 years.
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