Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1585: Composer Heinrich Schutz was born.
1892: Sergei Rachmaninoff performed “Prelude in C-sharp Minor” publicly for the first time in Moscow.
1935: Ozzie Nelson and Harriet Hilliard were married.
1956: The show “Lawrence Welks Top Tunes and New Talent” debuted.
1968: Cass Elliot debuted as a solo act in Las Vegas, NV. She cancelled the two-week gig after one show because of tonsillitis and lack of rehearsal.
1977: Billy Joel released his album “The Stranger.”
1980: Prince released the album “Dirty Mind”.
1987: Chuck Berry was given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
1988: Keith Richards appeared as a musical guest on “Saturday Night Live.”
1994: “Elvis Aaron Presley – The Tribute” was aired as a pay-per-view special.
2001: Liza Minnelli performed at the White House at a Columbus Day celebration.
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