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Today In Music History: 10/30/17

Marvin Gaye released the song “I Heard It Through The Grapevine,” on this day in 1968.

On this day in 1973, on their first visit to the UK, the Osmonds were mobbed by 10,000 fans at London’s Heathrow Airport. 227 more words

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Today In Music History: 10/26/17

On this day in 1965, The Beatles are awarded Members of the British Empire (MBE) medals from Queen Elizabeth II in a ceremony held at Buckingham Palace. 261 more words

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Today In Music History: 09/05/17

It was on this day in 1956, that Elvis Presley surprised his mother with a gift of a pink Cadillac. The car remained in the Presley family and eventually went on display at Graceland. 248 more words

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Before Soul Train

World War II came to a closure, and A new -REVOLUTION- was beginning.
Rosie The Riveter Became the image of the independent " WORKING WOMAN " . 111 more words

AIN'T THAT AMERICAN?

August 5 in history:

The Mayflower departed from Southampton, England on August 5th, 1620, to take religious pilgrims to America.

The pilgrims had intended to settle… 107 more words

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Past Imperfect - #70

It appears that someone on the Admissions Staff at Saint Bernadette’s School for Chaste and Modest Girls made a slight error.

Sister Ecclesiasta Mae had something to say about that. 1,294 more words

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Today In Music History: 07/20/17

Carlos Santana turns 70 today and Kim Carnes is 72, more on Santana later.

We start on this day in 1965. Bob Dylan releases “Like a Rolling Stone.” Rolling Stone Magazine has that song listed as the greatest song of all time. 180 more words

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