Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1930: The New York Philharmonic Orchestra was heard on the air over CBS radio from Carnegie Hall for the first time.
1962: “Love Me Do” by the Beatles was released in the U.K. It was their first single.
1968: “White Room” by Cream was released.
1969: The Who performed on “The Ed Sullivan Show.”
1975: “Cat’s in the Cradle” was released by Harry Chapin.
1993: The Beatles’ “1962-1966” and “1966-1970” were released on CD.
1996: Bryan White, Troy Aikman, Joe Aveazzano and Bob Kingsley pitch in for a concert established by Neal McCoy and his wife. The show took place at the Longview High School Coliseum in Longview, TX. The $150,000 that was raised went to East Texas Angel Network (ETAN.)
1998: The U.S. Supreme Court refused to throw out a suit that charged that Andrew Lloyd Webber had copied the “Phantom Song” from his “Phantom of the Opera”. The song “Till You” by Ray Repp was the song that was alleged to have been copied.
1999: Prince released the single “The Greatest Romance Ever Sold.”
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