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June 30th - This day in music history

Thursday, 30-Jun-2016

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Rock Billboard Number One 1987 - Fleetwood Mac - Seven Wonders 

1722 - Composer Jiri Antonin Benda was born. 

1892 - Composer Laszlo Lajtha was born. 

1939 - Frank Sinatra made his first appearance with Harry James’ band. 

1960 - In London, the musical "Oliver!" permiered in the West End. 

1966 - The Supremes made the studio recording of "You Keep Me Hangin' On." 

1975 - Cher and Gregg Allman were married. Cher filed for a divorce nine days later, however they remained married until 1979. Her divorce from Sonny Bono became final five days earlier. 

1977 - The album "Love Gun" was released by KISS. 

1977 - Marvel Comics issued the first of two comic books based on the group KISS. 

1986 - Madonna released the album "True Blue." 

1986 - Steve Winwood released "Back in the High Life." 

1994 - Stone Gossard and Jeff Ament of Pearl Jam testified at a congressional hearing concerning rising concert ticket prices. 

1996 - Neil Young premiered his album, "Broken Arrow" via the Internet. 

1998 - The Lucinda Williams album "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road" was released. 

1998 - The NPG released the album "New Power Soul." 
Today in Prince History 

2000 - Ronnie Wood (The Rolling Stones) checked into a rehabilitation clinic in London to be treated for alcohol abuse. 

2015 - Apple launched its membership service Apple Music.