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This Day In Music: March 8

On This Day In Music, March 8...

Credence Clearwater Revival's, "Proud Mary" is in the #2 spot (1969), Bad Company performs their debut concert in England (1974), Rolling Stone awards Cher a pair of "Worst" awards (1990), and Bob Dylan's, "Subterranean Homesick Blues" is released and becomes his first Top 40 hit (1965).