Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1687: Composer Francesco Xaverio Geminiani was born.
1870: Composer Vitezslav Novak was born.
1968: The Rolling Stones unveil “Beggar’s Banquet” in an uncontroversial white cover designed to resemble a formal invitation.
1993: Douglas Hopkins, ex-Gin Blossoms lead guitarist committed suicide at his home in Tempe, AZ, at the age of 32. Hopkins was fired the previous year due to a drinking habit.
1997: Toni Braxton filed suit against LaFace Records and its distributor Arista Records, claiming that her 1989 recording contracts were invalid.
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