Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1753: Composer Jean-Baptiste Sebastien Breval was born.
1854: Composer John Philip Sousa was born.
1916: Musician/orchestra director Ray Conniff was born.
1965: “It’s My Life” by the Animals was released.
1973: Singer Gram Parsons’ manager Phil Kaufman was fined $300 for stealing Parsons’ body from the Los Angeles International Airport. Kaufman claimed that it was Parson’s wish to be cremated.
2001: Britney Spears’ album “Britney” was released.
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