Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1954: Memphis D.J. Dewey Phillips of WHBQ became the first D.J. to play an Elvis Presley record.
1956: The Platters’ “My Prayer” was released.
1968: The Yardbirds disbanded.
1973: Paul McCartney’s “Live and Let Die” was released.
1980: The original lineup of Led Zeppelin gave its final show.
1992: Dream Theater released the album “Images And Words.”
1998: Michael Jackson and his financial partner Don Barden announced their intentions to build an entertainment Neverneverland called “Majestic Kingdom” in Detroit.
2000: Bobby Brown was released from a Florida jail after serving 26 days for violating probation. The probation stemmed from a 1996 drunk driving incident in Hollywood, FL.
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