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This Day in Music History – June 15th

1958 – The Platters sang “Twilight Time” on Ed Sullivan.

1967 – Peter Green left John Mayall’s Blues Breakers to form Fleetwood Mac.

1968 – The Beatles’ announced the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi as a public mistake at a press conference in New York.

1974 – Paul McCartney & Wings announced the addition of Geoff Britton, who replaced Denny Seiwell.

1989 – Nirvana’s album “Bleach” was released. This album was their first album.

1989 – Public Enemy broke up after group member Professor Griff made anti-semetic remarks. They reassembled 2 months later.

1998 – The Spice Girls began their first North American tour in Miami.

1999 – Epic Records released “No Boundaries: A Benefit For The Kosovar Refugees.”


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