Music History for

June 24

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1840 - Composer Louis Brassin was born.

1965 - John Lennon's second book, "A Spaniard in the Works" was published.
Beatles apparel and gear

1974 - Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Sweet Home Alabama" was released.

1975 - Alice Cooper fell off the set of his "Welcome To My Nightmare" tour in Vancouver and broke six ribs.

1990 - Perry Bamonte replaced Roger O'Donnell in The Cure.

2000 - KISS auctioned off memorabilia from their touring days. The items brought in $876,000 on the first day of the two day event.

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