Music History for

June 4

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1934 - The Dorsey Brothers recorded "Annie’s Cousin Fanny" for the first time. Glenn Miller also sang in the song.

1942 - Glenn Wallichs for Capitol Records came up with the idea of sending out "promotional" copies of records to radio announcers around the U.S.

1963 - The Searchers released their debut single "Sweets For My Sweet."

1984 - Bruce Springsteen released his "Born in the U.S.A." album.


1984 - The Sheila E. album "The Glamorous Life" was released.

1992 - The U.S. Postal Service announced that people preferred the "younger Elvis" stamp design in a nationwide vote.

1996 - The Metallica album "Load" was released.


1997 - The body of Jeff Buckley was found floating in a harbor leading to the Mississippi River. Buckley had disappeared the previous Thursday while swimming in a Memphis harbor.

1998 - Brooks & Dunn, Reba McEntire and the pop group Hanson performed a benefit for Children's Miracle Network hospitals.

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