Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1775: Composer William Crotch was born.
1895: Composer Gordon Jacob was born.
1934: “Love in Bloom”, by Bing Crosby with Irving Aaronsons orchestra, was recorded.
1958: Ray Charles’ performance at the Newport Jazz Festival was recorded for a live album.
1969: The Rolling Stones gave a free concert for 250,000 fans in London’s Hyde Park to introduce Mick Taylor as their new guitarist.
1978: The EMI record pressing plant in Britain stopped printing the Rolling Stones album cover for “Some Girls” due to complaints from celebrities.
1995: The U.S. Justice Department decided not to take antitrust action against Ticketmaster.
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