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This Week in Music History
The Allman Brothers Band temporarily disband, Madonna is found guilty in a lawsuit, and Bruce Springsteen kicks off the European leg of his Born in the USA world tour. It all happened this week in music history.
This Week in Music History
April 23rd,1992 - George Michael announces that he will be donating an additional $500,000 from the sale of 'Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me', to various AIDS charities in the US and UK.
This Week in Music History
January 30th, 1969 - The Beatles, joined by Billy Preston, play the rooftop gig on top of the Apple building on Savile Row, London. Lasting for just over 40 minutes it was the last time The Beatles performed live.
This Week in Music History
December 12th, 1970 – Smokey Robinson and the Miracles start a two week run at No.1 on the singles chart with ‘Tears Of A Clown’. It was the group’s 26th Top 40 hit and first No.1.
This Week in Music History
Aerosmith makes an animated guest appearance on the Simpsons show. They aren't the first musical act to appear in the animated comedy and they won't be the last either.
This Week in Music History
November 14th, 1975 – Queen plays the first of two nights at the Empire Theatre in England to kick off the first night of their 78-date ‘A Night at the Opera’ world tour.
This Week in Music History
August 22nd, 1992 - Newlyweds Sting and Trudie Styler have their wedding reception two days after tying the knot. The Troggs are there to kick-off the festivities; afterwards Sting and band members of The Police play a couple songs as well.
This Week in Music History
May 30th, 2004 - Madonna was found guilty in a lawsuit for duplicating content from French photographer Guy Burton, which she used for her 'Hollywood' music video. She was forced to pay nearly 500,000.
May 31st, 1968 - Working on what will become The White album, Yoko Ono attends her f…

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