Music History for

June 26


1747 - Composer Leopold Jan Antonin Kozeluh was born.

1933 - "The Kraft Music Hall" debuted on NBC radio.

1964 - The Beatles album "A Hard Day’s Night" was released in the U.S.
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1977 - Elvis Presley's final concert took place at Market Square Arena, Indianapolis.
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1985 - The album, "Big River" became the first soundtrack album to be recorded in Nashville, TN.

1986 - James Hetfield (Metallica) broke his wrist while trying to skateboard down a hill. One show was cancelled and the remainder of dates on the tour James was on vocals only and John Marshall (later with Metal Church) was on guitar.
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1998 - At 10 a.m. PDT, Marcy Playground debuted the video for "Saint Joe On The Schoolbus," on the Internet.