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This Day in Music History – September 24th

1942 – Glenn Miller ended his broadcasts for Chesterfield Cigarettes so he could go to World War II.

1955 – Judy Garland made her TV debut on the “Ford Star Jubilee” on CBS.

1957 – “Mister Rock and Roll” debuted at the Paramount in New York City, NY.

1966 – In England, Jimi Hendrix, The Walker Brothers, Cat Stevens and Engelbert Humberdink appeared at The Odeon.

1968 – The Vogues received a gold record for “Turn Around Look at Me.”

1969 – Deep Purple performed “Concerto for Group and Orchestra” with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

1971 – Yes started their “Fragile Tour” in Devon, England. It was their first tour with Rick Wakeman.

1977 – “The Love Boat” debuted on ABC-TV. The theme song was sung by Jack Jones and was written by Paul Williams and Charles Fox.

1977 – The first Elvis Presley convention took place in Memphis, TN.

1977 – “Come Sail Away” was released by Styx.

1979 – The LP “The Long Run” was released by the Eagles.

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