On This Day In Music: July 29th

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Here are a  few interesting events that happened on this date in Music, July 29th!

1965: The Beatles’ second movie Help! premiered at the Pavilion Theatre in London.

Led Zeppelin 1973

1973: Led Zeppelin lost $180,000 in cash, income from two concerts at Madison Square Garden, when a thief  stole the band’s safe deposit box from their hotel. The thief was never apprehended nor the money recovered.

Rush 1973

1974: Neil Peart joined Rush, replacing drummer John Rutsey, who left the band due to health problems.

Cass Elliot

1974: Mama Cass Elliot (born Ellen Naomi Cohen) of The Mamas & The Papas died in London of a heart attack shortly after she performed two sold out concerts at the London Palladium. She was 33 years old.

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