Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1885: Composer Alban Berg was born.
1962: Neil Sedaka recorded “Breaking Up is Hard to Do” for the first time.
1966: Liza Minnelli brought her night club act to New York City. She opened at the Persian Room of the Plaza Hotel.
1972: Wings made their concert debut at Nottingham University in England.
1983: Prince’s “Little Red Corvette” was released.
1993: Paul McCartney released a solo album, “Off The Ground.”
1999: Dave Grohl (Foo Fighter), his Roswell Records label, EMI Entertainment World and EMI Virgin Songs filed a suit against Miramax in California, accusing them unauthorized use of the Foo Fighters’ song “Big Me” in trailers for the film “Rounders.”
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