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This Day in Music History – July 23rd

1941 – “Memories of You” was recorded by Sonny Dunham and his orchestra.

1950 – “The Gene Autry Show” premiered on CBS-TV.

1977 – Foreigner’s “Cold As Ice” was released.

1977 – In Oakland, CA, Judas Priest opened for Led Zeppelin for the first time.

1980 – Keith Godchaux (Grateful Dead) died of injuries that he sustained in a car accident in Marin County, CA.

1990 – Production began on the film, “Falling From Grace.” The film marked John Mellencamp’s acting and directing debut.

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