Music History for

November 17

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1967 - Davy Jones (Monkees) opened a boutique, Zilch I, in Greenwich Village, NY.

1970 - An Elton John show in New York City was recorded from a live radio broadcast. It was later released as his "11-17-70" album.

1974 - ABBA began their first tour of Europe. It was also their first tour outside of Sweden.

1980 - John Lennon's album "Double Fantasy" was released.
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1987 - The Madonna compilation album "You Can Dance" was released.


1990 - David Crosby broke his left leg, ankle and shoulder in a motorcycle accident in Los Angles, CA.

1991 - The Blue Man Group performed its first show at the Astor Place Theatre in New York.

1998 - Tori Amos released a compilation of her videos, "Tori Amos: The Complete Collection: 1991-1998."

1998 - Garth Brooks released "Garth Brooks: Double Live."

1998 - Whitney Houston released "My Love is Your Love."

1998 - Mariah Carey released the album "#1's."

1998 - Jewel released "Spirit."

1998 - The three soundtracks were released for the animated film "The Prince of Egypt."

2003 - Britney Spears, at 21 years old, became the youngest singer to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

2009 - Justin Bieber's EP "My World" was released.

2014 - One Direction's fourth album "Four" was released.

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