|This Day In Music History|
For Sunday, February 05, 2023
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Duff McKagan (from Guns n' Roses, born in Seattle, WA.) (1962)
Björn Bores (Du wolltest es so !) (1974)
Today the song "Hearts of Stone" by the Fontaine Sisters topped the charts and stayed there for 3 weeks. (1955)
Today the song "My Love" by Petula Clark topped the charts and stayed there for 2 weeks. (1966)
Today the song "Torn Between Two Lovers" by Mary MacGregor topped the charts and stayed there for 2 weeks. (1977)
Today the song "Africa" by Toto topped the charts and stayed there for a week. (1983)
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