On this day in music history 25.01 |

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1964 - The Beatles
The Beatles scored their first No.1 best seller in the US when I Want To Hold Your Hand reached the top of the Cash Box Magazine music chart. The Fab Four would eventually rack up 25 No.1s in America.

1986 - Albert Grossman
Albert Grossman, manager to Bob Dylan and Janis Joplin, dies of a heart attack at age 59.

2003 - Billy Joel
Billy Joel crashes his Mercedes while driving in Long Island, New York. The singer later says that he was in a mental fog around this time, caused by relationship issues and a lingering depression after the September 11, 2001 attacks.

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