Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1841: Robert Schumann’s “Fourth Symphony in D” premiered.
1939: The musical comedy “Du Barry Was a Lady,” by Cole Porter opened on Broadway.
1968: James Taylor’s self-titled album was released in Britain.
1969: Four people died during a free concert given by the Rolling Stones. One of the deaths was a stabbing that occurred near the stage. The event was recorded and released a year later.
1978: Sid Vicious smashed glass in the face of Patti Smith’s brother Todd during an altercation at New York rock club Hurrah. Vicious was out on bail after being charged with the murder of his girlfriend Nancy Spungen.
1993: The Eagles taped a video for Travis Tritt’s version of “Take It Easy” which led to their reunion.
1995: Joni Mitchell was awarded the Billboard’s Century Award.
1999: It was announced taht Gabriel Gomez had been charged with the kidnapping and murder of Sandra Rosas, wife of Los Lobos singer/guitarist Cesar Rosas. She had disappeared from her home on October 23.
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