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Bruce Springsteen Photo by Bryan Bedder - Getty Images
Bruce Springsteen Photo by Bryan Bedder - Getty Images
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This Day In Music History

January 13th
1964 - The Beatles release their breakthrough single "I Want to Hold Your Hand" in the United States. Bob Dylan mishears the middle eight as "I get high, I get high, I get high."

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The Who photo by Mike Lawn - Getty Images
The Who photo by Mike Lawn - Getty Images
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January 8th
1966 - ABC broadcasts the last ever episode of pop music program Shindig! The Kinks and The Who see off the twice-weekly show in explosive fashion.

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Carly Simon Photo by Noel Vasquez - Getty Images
Carly Simon Photo by Noel Vasquez - Getty Images
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January 7th
1964 - The Beatles record a session for the BBC Saturday Club program, during which they make their only known recording of the Chuck Berry song "Johnnie B. Goode."

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Eric Clapton Photo by Express / Getty Images
Eric Clapton Photo by Express / Getty Images
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January 6th
1957 - Elvis Presley makes his last appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, the variety program that helped launch him nationwide.

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The Kinks Photo by Ray Moreton - Getty Images
The Kinks Photo by Ray Moreton - Getty Images
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January 2nd
1963 - The Kinks made their live debut when they played at the Lotus House Restaurant, London.

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John Fogerty Photo by A. Messerschmidt - Getty Images
John Fogerty Photo by A. Messerschmidt - Getty Images
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December 31st
1967 - American songwriter and producer Bert Berns died of heart failure aged 38. He wrote many classic songs including 'Twist And Shout', 'Hang On Sloopy', ‘Here Comes the Night’, ‘I Want Candy’ and 'Brown Eyed Girl'.

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Brenda Lee - Photo by Evening Standard / Getty Images
Brenda Lee - Photo by Evening Standard / Getty Images
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December 30th
1962 - Singer Brenda Lee's Nashville home burns to the ground. The "I'm Sorry" singer is injured when she rushes into the flames to rescue her pet poodle Cee Cee. Brenda recovers, but the dog dies.

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Stevie Wonder photo by Lisa Maree Williams - Getty Images
Stevie Wonder photo by Lisa Maree Williams - Getty Images
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This Day In Music History

December 26th
1963 - Stevie Wonder arrived in the UK for appearances on the TV shows 'Ready Steady Go!' and 'Thank Your Lucky Stars.'

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Bing Crosby Sings White Christmas
Bing Crosby Sings White Christmas
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Bing Crosby - White Christmas by beautifulcynic
December 24th & 25th
1954 - Christmas Day - Bing Crosby's ‘White Christmas’ entered the Billboard Pop chart for the eleventh time. Bing's rendition has sold over 100 million copies around the world, with at least 50 million sales as singles.

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The Beach Boys - Hulton Archive/Getty Images
The Beach Boys - Hulton Archive/Getty Images
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December 23rd
1964 - During a US tour Beach Boy Brian Wilson had a nervous breakdown during a flight from Los Angeles to Houston. Wilson left the band to concentrate on writing and producing.

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