Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1868: Composer Sir Granville Ransome Bantock was born.
1963: The movie “Beach Party” debuted.
1965: Mike Smith (Dave Clark Five) had two ribs broken when he was pulled off the stage by a fan in Chicago.
1987: A Los Angeles judge threw out a lawsuit against Ozzy Osbourne. The lawsuit had been filed by the parents of a teenager who had committed suicide while listening to Ozzy’s song, “Suicide Solution.”
1989: George Clinton released “The Cinderella Theory.”
1995: LL Cool J and Simone Johnson were married.
1999: Violence erupted outside a Dave Matthews Band concert in Hartford, CT. 55 arrests were made in the parking lot of the Meadows Music Theater.
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