Today In Music History: 04/21/17

Robert Smith, of The Cure is 58 and Iggy Pop is turning 70.

On this day in 1961, The Beatles made their debut at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, England.

The Beach Boys appeared on “Shindig!” on this day in 1965 and performed “Do You Wanna Dance?”

On this day in 1968, Tom Jones was special guest on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” singing “It’s Not Unusual” and “Delilah.” 

Let’s roll to 1977, when the original Broadway production of the musical “Annie,” opened at New York’s Alvin Theatre for 2377 performances.

On this day in 2006, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill embarked on their Soul2Soul II tour. After 74 shows in 56 cities, it was the highest-earning country music tour ever, with revenue over $90 million.

And just one year ago today we lost Prince Rogers Nelson, who died at age 57. Toxicology tests concluded that he died from an accidental, self-administered, overdose of the opioid fentanyl.


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