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1957 - Elvis Presley recorded “(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear,” which would become his 17th top 40 hit and 8th No. 1 song.
1962 - The Beatles signed Brian Epstein as their manager.
1969 - Jethro Tull performed in America for the first time, when they served as the opening band for Led Zeppelin at a New York City gig.
1979 - The Clash released “I Fought the Law” in the US, their first single to be released in the states.
2000 - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young played the first show of their reunion tour at Michigan’s Palace of Auburn Hills. The gig marked the first time they toured together in a quarter of a century.
1941 Neil Diamond
1941 Aaron Neville of The Neville Brothers
1958 Jools Holland of Squeeze
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