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This Day in Music History – March 3rd

1945 – Bing Crosby recorded “Temptation” with John Scott Trotter’s Orchestra. He had recorded it before on October 22, 1933, with Lennie Hayton’s orchestra. 1957 – Samuel Cardinal Stritch banned rock ‘n’ roll from Chicago archdiocese Roman Catholic schools.

1966 – Neil Young, Stephen Stills and Richie Furay formed Buffalo Springfield.

1967 – Petula Clark performed before Princess Margaret at the London Palladium.

1979 – Van Halen began their first world tour.

1981 – The documentary movie “This is Elvis” premiered in Memphis, TN.

1985 – Madame Tussaud’s waxworks unveiled their look-alike of Michael Jackson.

1986 – The Metallica album “Master of Puppets” was released.

1994 – Kurt Cobain of Nirvana lapsed into a coma in Italy after taking a combination of Valium and champagne.


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