Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1814: Composer Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst was born.
1965: Keith Richards began writing the Rolling Stones’ “Satisfaction” in a Florida hotel room.
1973: In Boston, Paul Simon began his first tour without Art Garfunkel.
1977: Led Zeppelin set a new record for the largest audience at a single-act concert. 76,229 people were at a show in Pontiac, MI.
1994: Pearl Jam filed a complaint with the U.S. Justice Department against Ticketmaster. The charge was the company had a monopoly on the concert ticket business.
1996: Metallic began two days of recording for the video “Until It Sleeps.”
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