Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1637: Composer Bernardo Pasquini was born.
1842: The New York Philharmonic gave its first concert.
1963: The Beatles appeared on the British TV show “Jukebox Jury.”
1966: Nancy Sinatra appeared on “Frank Sinatra: A Man & His Music Part II” on CBS-TV.
1984: Michael Jackson testified in Chicago, IL, that he wrote the song “The Girl is Mine,” not an Illinois man. Jackson won the case.
1991: “Achtung Baby” by U2 debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s pop albums chart.
1996: Jerry Lewis’ white and red pinstriped devil suit was stolen from his dressing room at Shea’s Performing Arts Center in Buffalo. Lewis needed the costume, valued at $9,000, to play the role of Satan in the musical Damn Yankees.
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