This Day in Music

2000 - Eclectic New York quartet Soul Coughing disbands after eight years and three genre-bending albums together.

2000 - Eclectic New York quartet Soul Coughing disbands after eight years and three genre-bending albums together.

1994 - Bruce Springsteen wins a Best Original Song Oscar for ``Streets of Philadelphia'' from the movie ``Philadelphia.'' The song is the first Springsteen has ever written directly for a film.

1984 - No. 1 Billboard hit: ``Jump,'' by Van Halen. Eddie Van Halen writes the music for ``Jump'' two years before band member David Lee Roth agrees to write the lyrics and record it.

1982 - Donny Osmond stars in the title role on Broadway of ``Little Johnny Jones.''

1975 - No. 1 Billboard hit: ``My Eyes Adored You,'' by Frankie Valli. The song helps revive the careers of both Valli and his former group, the Four Seasons. The group has its fifth No. 1 single - ``December 1963 (Oh What a Night)'' - exactly one year after ``My Eyes Adored You.''

1955 - No. 1 Billboard hit: ``The Ballad of Davy Crockett,'' Bill Hayes.

1952 - The Moondog Coronation Ball, the first rock `n' roll stage show, is held at the Cleveland Arena. Acts include the Dominoes, Tiny Grimes and Paul Williams.
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