Music History for

November 10


1668 - Composer Francois Couperin was born.

1873 - Composer Henri Rabaud was born.

1928 - Composer Ennio Morricone was born.

1958 - Sam Cooke and Lou Rawls were injured in an auto accident near Marion, AR. Sam Cooke's driver was killed in the accident.

1960 - Gregg Allman received a guitar for his 13th birthday.

1967 - The Moody Blues released "Nights in White Satin."

1969 - "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" by Gene Autry received a gold record. The song had been released 20 years earlier.

1969 - "Ummagumma" was released by Pink Floyd in the U.S.

1973 - David Essex's "Rock On" was released.

1978 - The Clash's second album "Give 'Em Enough Rope," was released in England. The album would be their first U.S. release.

1981 - >KISS released the album "Music From the Elder."

1986 - Bruce Springsteen's "Live 1975-1985" box set was released.

1992 - Axl Rose was found guilty of assault and property damage at a 1991 Guns N' Roses concert in Maryland Heights, MO. He was given two years probation and ordered to pay $50,000 to community groups.

2001 - The musical "Lady Diana - A Smile Charms the World" opened in Germany.

2014 - The George Strait DVD/CD concert set "The Cowboy Rides Away: Live from AT&T Stadium" was released. The album version of the show had been released September 16.