This Day In Music History
For Sunday, February 25, 2018
Winter edition

BirthdaysBroadway Shows & Plays

George Harrison (1943)

Composer Armand-Louis Couperin (1727)

The Show "Fool Moon" opened at the Richard Rodgers Theatre. (1993)

The Play Revival "The Father" closed at the Roundabout Theatre - Stage Right after 52 performances. (1996)

The Play "Not About Nightingales" opened at the Circle in the Square. (1999)

The Play "The Blue Room" closed at the Cort Theatre after 81 performances. (1999)


Today the song "Lisbon Antigua" by Nelson Riddle topped the charts and stayed there for 4 weeks. (1956)

Today the song "Jump" by Van Halen topped the charts and stayed there for 5 weeks. (1984)

Today the song "Take a Bow" by Madonna topped the charts and stayed there for 7 weeks. (1995)

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