Music History for

March 10

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1839 - Composer Dudley Buck was born.

1844 - Composer Pablo Martin Meliton de Sarasate was born.

1892 - Composer Arthur Oscar Honegger was born.

1940 - "I Pagliacci" by Ruggiero Leoncavallo became the first opera to be broadcast on television.

1979 - James Brown played at the Grand Ole Opry.

1988 - Andy Gibb died from myocarditis (inflammation of the heart) following a long battle with cocaine addiction, which had weakened his heart.

1988 - In the U.S.,Prince's 10th album was released entitled "Lovesexy." Some stores refused to sell the album due to the nude portrait that was on the cover.

1992 - Prince received a lifetime achievement award at the Soul Train Awards.

1998 - Eric Clapton's first album of regular studio material since 1989 was released under the name "Pilgrim."

2000 - Chrissie Hynde (Pretenders) and two other people were arrested in New York City after slashing leather goods at Gap store as part of a protest organized by the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).

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