March 25: John Lennon, NSYNC and One Direction

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On the Day in Music history, in 1969, John Lennon and Yoko Ono started their week long 'bed-in' protest of the Vietnam War.

In 2000, NSYNC set a new world record after selling a million tickets in one day for the group's forthcoming tour.

In 2015, One Direction announced that Zayn Malik was leaving the band to pursue a solo career.

Birthday wishes go out to Aretha Franklin and Elton John.


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