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    On This Day, June 26 In Music History

    EVENTS THAT HAPPENED ON THIS DAY JUNE 26 IN MUSIC HISTORY On this day June 26 in 1961 – Garry U.S. Bonds went to number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart with ‘Quarter to Three’. In the UK the song reached No.7 in September. 1965 – With their rendition of Bob Dylan‘s song ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’, The Byrds topped the US singles chart on this day June 26. A chart-topper in Ireland, South Africa, and the UK as well. 1977 – Elvis Presley performed for the last time in front of a crowd on this day June 26 in music history. He sang at a show at Market Square Arena in Indianapolis. The King of Rock And Roll died two months…

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