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:: Today in Rock History ::
- in 1964 - EMI Records rejected an audition tape by London band, the "High Numbers". The band put out just one single titled "I'm the Face (Zoot Suit)" through the Fontana label before reverting to one of their names from their early days. As "The Who" smashed their way into the charts they gained a reputation as one of the worlds finest live groups.
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Did you know?
The first guitar was an adapted mandolin made in 1779, but it wasn't until 1850 that it was first named a guitar by Antonio Torres Jurado who lived in Spain. The electric guitar was invented in 1936 by George Beauchamp.