THIS DAY IN MUSIC HISTORY | FEBRUARY 15TH

THIS DAY IN MUSIC HISTORY | FEBRUARY 15TH

1958 – “The Dick Clark Show” debuted on ABC-TV. Connie Francis, Pat Boone and Jerry Lee Lewis were the first performers to appear on the show.

1961 – The Marcels recorded “Blue Moon”.

1964 – Sam Cooke announced that he was cutting back on live performances to concentrate on songwriting and building his record labels.

 

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