This Day in Music: November 12th

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On This Day In Music, November 12th…

A teenage protest on L.A.’s Sunset Strip inspires Stephen Stills to write, “For What It’s Worth” (1966), Willie Nelson’s, “On The Road Again” powers the soundtrack to, “Honeysuckle Rose” to the top of the Country Charts (1980), Rolling Stone, Ron Wood, breaks both legs in a car wreck (1990), and Madonna’s sophomore effort, “Like A Virgin,” propels her to Super-Stardom (1984).

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