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This Week in Music History
May 14th, 1998 - It's a sad day as news starts coming out that singer and actor Frank Sinatra has died at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. He suffered a heart attack and passed away at the age 82.
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
March 12th, 1981- Bow Wow Wow has no choice but to cancel the first several dates of their tour when the Greater London Council insisted that the band's young 15 year old singer, Annabella Lwin, would be charged with truancy.
This Week in Music History
September 5th, 1981 - Stevie Nicks goes to No.1 on the album charts with Bella Donna. The album features Tom Petty on ‘Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around’, and Don Henley on ‘Leather and Lace’.
September 6th, 1980 - U2 kicks off the first leg of …
This Week in Music History August 29 – September 4
This week in music history was quite busy. Take a trip down memory lane and see exactly what we mean.
August 29th, 1977- Three knuckleheads were arrested for attempting to steal the late Elvis' dead body. As consequence, a decision was made to move the body from Memphis to Graceland...
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August 15th, 1969 – 400,000 people attend the first day of Woodstock Festival on Max Yasgur’s 600 acre farm in Bethel, New York. The festival would last 3 days and is widely regarded as

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