This Day in Music History

4 Aug 2007

todayAugust 4, 2022

Background

US singer, songwriter Lee Hazlewood died of cancer, in his home near Las Vegas aged 78. Hazlewood wrote and produced many of Nancy Sinatra’s most famous hits, including ‘These Boots Were Made For Walkin’, ‘Jackson’ and ‘Did You Ever’ He also produced Duane Eddy and Gram Parsons and ‘Something Stupid’ – the duet Nancy recorded with her father Frank in 1967.

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Historical Facts

3 Aug 1492

Columbus sets sail From the Spanish port of Palos, Italian explorer Christopher Columbus sets sail in command of three ships—the Santa Maria, the Pinta and the Nina—on a journey to find a western sea route to China, India and the fabled gold and spice islands of Asia.

todayAugust 3, 2022

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