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This Day in Music History – September 20th

1964 – After a charity show that finished their U.S. tour, the Beatles appeared on the “Ed Sullivan Show.”

1966 – George Harrison went to India for his first visit to Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.

1969 – Associated TV bought control of the Beatles’ music publishing company, Northern Songs, for a million pounds.

1970 – Jim Morrison was found guilty, in Miami, FL, of indecent exposure and profanity. He was acquitted on charges of “lewd and lascivious” behavior. The charges were related to a performance by the Doors.

1971 – Peter Frampton quit Humble Pie to follow a solo career.

1972 – Police found cannabis growing on the farm of Paul and Linda McCartney.

1973 – Jim Croce was killed in a plane crash on his way to Sherman, TX, for a concert. Maury Muehleisen and four others were also killed.

1973 – The Roxy Theater opened in Los Angeles, CA. The opening acts were Elton John, Carole King and Jackson Browne.

1975 – The Bay City Rollers appeared live on the premiere of the Howard Cosell’s Saturday Night show on ABC-TV. It was their U.S. debut.

1976 – “The Captain & Tennille” show premiered on ABC-TV.

1983 – The ARMS Benefit concert was held at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The concert was to raise money for research of Multiple Sclerosis.

1993 – The Beatles’ “1962-1966” and “1966-1970” were released on CD in the U.K.\

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