Music History for

November 22


1709 - Composer Frantisek Benda was born.

1710 - Composer Wilhelm Friedemann Bach was born.

1780 - Composer Conradin Kreutzer was born.

1901 - Composer Joaquin Rodrigo was born.

1913 - Composer Lord Benjamin Britten was born.

1938 - Bunny Berigan and his orchestra recorded "Jelly Roll Blues."

1957 - The Miles Davis Quintet debuted with a jazz concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City.

1965 - Bob Dylan and Sara Lownds were married.

1965 - The musical "Man of La Mancha" opened. It ran for 2,328 performances.

1968 - The Beatles released their double album called "The Beatles" (a.k.a. "The White Album").
Today in Beatles History

1982 - The British rock group Japan announced it is breaking up.

1988 - "The Delicate Sound Of Thunder" by Pink Floyd was released.

1990 - Freddie Mercury (Queen) issued a public statement confirming that he had "been tested HIV positive and have AIDS."

1992 - Paul Simon began his first tour of South America in Brazil.

1994 - "The Black Album" was released by Prince.

1995 - Singer Sophie B. Hawkins makes her acting debut on Fox's "Party Of Five".