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The Everly Brothers in 1965

Today in music history (July 14, 1973): Phil Everly storms off, ending The Everly Brothers

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Today in music history, July 14, marks one of the most iconic band breakups. It is the 47th year since Phil Everly smashed his guitar, stormed off the stage, and effectively ended the Everly Brothers.READ MORE

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Today in music history (July 12, 1979): "Lovin' You" singer Minnie Ripperton dies at 31

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Today in music history, July 12, is the forty-first death anniversary of soul singer-songwriter Minnie Ripperton, best known for the 1975 hit "Lovin' You," and her whistle register while singing.READ MORE

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Today in Music History (July 10, 1965): Rolling Stones score their first US #1 single

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Today in music history, July 10, marks the fifty-fifth anniversary of The Rolling Stones' first No. 1 hit in the US - "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction."READ MORE

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Today in Music History (July 8, 1996): Spice Girls released "Wannabe" in UK

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Today in music history, July 8, marks the 24th anniversary since British girl group Spice Girls released their hit debut single, "Wannabe," in the UK.READ MORE

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