March 28: The Beatles, Van Morrison, Genesis and P Diddy

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On this Day in Music history, in 1964, wax figures of the Beatles were revealed in London.

In 1967, Van Morrison records "Brown-Eyed Girl."

In 1996, Phil Collins leaves Genesis, and finally in 2001, Puff Daddy changes his name to P. Diddy.

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