Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1770: Composer Friedrich Witt was born.
1883: Composer Sir Arnold Edward Trevor Bax was born.
1939: Frank Sinatra’s recorded were “Every Day of My Life” and “Ciribiribin”. They were the last songs he recorded with the Harry James Band.
1967: John Lennon’s “How I Won the War” opened in the U.S. It was the first solo movie by a Beatle.
1968: Jean Terrell replaced Diana Ross in the Supremes.
1986: Metallica performed their first live concert with Jason Newstead.
1997: Dr. Tommy Comeaux died when he was hit by a car while riding a bicycle.
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