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This Day In Music: March 29th

On This Day In Music, March 29th..."The Ed Sullivan Show," broadcasts an Easter Special live from Army Hospitals in Denver & San Antonio (1970), "Arthur's Theme," wins Best Original Song (1982), Russia begins selling The Beatles' records in stores (1986), and Brian Johnson is named the new lead singer of, AC/DC, following the death of Bon Scott, who was found dead a month earlier (1980).