November 18: Rolling Stones, Michael Jackson and One Direction

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On this Day in Music history, The Rolling Stones became the first band to ever broadcast a live concert via the internet in 1994. The rock band's playing at The Cotton Bowl in Dallas was the chosen performance.

In 2003, Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch was raided by authorities. The king of pop had been accused of sexual assaulting a young boy, but he was later acquitted of all charges.

One Directions fans were going crazy on this day back in 2011 when the bands debut album was released.

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