Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1961: Brian Epstein saw the Beatles play at the Cavern Club in Liverpool.
1963: “Louie, Louie” was released by the Kingsmen.
1967: The first issue of Rolling Stone was published in San Francisco. John Lennon was on the cover.
1973: The album “Piano Man” was released by Billy Joel.
1998: Singer Billy Preston, his manager Merle Otis Greene and Greene’s wife Sandra were indicted on 22 charges of fraud in collecting $1 million in insurance claims.
1998: Michael Jackson settled a lawsuit over stories and pictures in the London Daily Mirror that said his face had been disfigured by cosmetic surgery. A lawyer for the publisher said, “The photographs were taken honestly and were not tampered with, but the Mirror has since met with the plaintiff in pers
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