Music History for

July 30


1792 - The French national anthem "La Marseillaise" by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle, was first sung in Paris.

1942 - Frank Sinatra recorded the last of 90 recordings with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra.

1954 - Elvis Presley made his professional debut in Memphis. It was his first concert to be advertised.

1956 - Brenda Lee recorded her first single "Jambalaya." She recorded five other songs that same day. 6-500."

1968 - The Beatles' Apple Boutique in London closed after heavy losses.
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1970 - The Rolling Stones fired Allen Klein as their manager.
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1987 - David Bowie played the first show of his North American "Glass Spider" tour in Philadelphia, PA.