Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1939: Larry Clinton and his orchestra recorded “In a Persian Market.”
1966: Roy Orbison’s first wife Claudette was killed in a motorcycle accident.
1969: Blind Faith made its British debut with a free concert at London’s Hyde Park.
1976: Capitol Records released the Beatles package “Rock ‘N’ Roll Music.”
1979: Chuck Berry was charged with 3 counts of tax evasion.
1991: Jimmy Osmond married Michelle Larson.
1993: Prince changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol ().
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