This Day In Music: March 14th

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On This Day In Music, March 14th…

No Doubt performs their first live concert (1987), De La Soul release their debut album, “3 Feet High & Rising” (1989), The Goo Goo Dolls drop their debut album, “A Boy Named Goo” (1995), and California Governor, Ronald Reagan, pardons Merle Haggard for 1957 burglary conviction (1972).

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