Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1735: Composer Johann Christian Bach was born.
1791: Composer Giacomo Meyerbeer was born.
1964: “Do Wah Diddy Diddy” by Manfred Mann’s was released.
1968: Herbert Khaury, known better as Tiny Tim, sued Bouguet Records for $1 million in damages when the record label released early recordings of Khaury without his permission.
1986: Dire Straits’ “Money For Nothing” won the MTV award for Best Video.
1988: Metallica released “And Justice For All.”
1992: John Mellencamp and Elain Irwin get married.
1993: The musical “The Will Rogers Follies” closed after 983 performances.
2001: “Junichiro Koizumi Presents: My Favorite Elvis Songs” was released exclusively in Japan. The collection of Elvis Presley songs were picked by Japan’s prime minister.
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