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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
August 1st, 1971 - The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour kicks off on prime time television.  Fred Silverman, head of programming at CBS saw their act one evening at a night club and offered them their own show on the spot.
August 2nd, 1964 - The Beatles appear at the Gaumont Cinema in Bournemout…
This Week in Music History
August 2nd, 1964, The Beatles appear at the Gaumont Cinema in Bournemouth. One of the supporting acts, billed as a 'new and unknown London group', was The Kinks.
This Week in Music History
May 31st, 1968 - Working on what will become The White album, Yoko Ono attends her first session with The Beatles. Adding overdubs of bass and vocals on ‘Revolution’, and the final six minutes of the song evolving into chaotic jamming with John Lennon repeatedly shouting &ldqu…
This Day In Music History
September 16th
1965 - The Rolling Stones help kick off the second season of the music variety show "Shindig!" by singing '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction'. Also performing that night were The Kinks and The Byrds.
This Day In Music History
September 3rd
1966 - Donovan hits No.1 on the US singles chart and No.2 in the UK with 'Sunshine Superman'. Written for his soon to be wife Linda Lawrence, the track featured Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page
This Day In Music History
June 3rd
1969 - It's a very sad day for singer Diana Ross of The Supremes. She discovers her two pet dogs had eaten rat poison and died in her dressing room.

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