Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1810: Composer Carl Otto Ehrenfried Nicolai was born.
1865: Composer Carl August Nielsen was born.
1924: “Jelly-Roll Blues” was recorded by Jelly Roll Morton and his band.
1962: Tony Bennett made his debut in Carnegie Hall.
1970: An honorary Doctrate in Music was given to Bob Dylan by Princeton University.
1992: Ben Vereen was nearly killed in an accident when he was struck by a car driven by producer David Foster.
1994: Lisa “Left-Eye” Lopes (TLC) set fire to her boyfriend’s house. Her boyfriend was Andre Rison of the Atlanta Falcons.
1998: The Ronettes appeared in the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York in their lawsuit vs. producer Phil Spector. The case charged that the producer, his record label, and successor labels breached a contract by not paying royalties since 1963.
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