Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1935: The Hoboken Four, featuring Frank Sinatra as lead singer, appeared on “Major Bowes Amateur Hour” on WOR radio.
1977: Jimmy McCulloch quit Paul McCartney & Wings to join a reformed lineup for the Small Faces.
1988: Elton John sold some of his costumes and concert memorabilia at an auction in London for $6.2 million.
2000: Sean “Puffy” Combs plead guilty to reduced assault charges in New York Criminal Court. Combs was sentenced to a one-day anger management class. The charges stemmed from Combs assaulting Interscope Records, executive Steve Stoute.
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