May 13: Louie Armstrong, Bon Jovi and Michael Jackson

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On this Day in Music history, jazz great Louie Armstrong was in the recording studio. The year was 1938 and the song was "When The Saints Go Marching In."

One of the biggest groups of the 1980s was enjoying some big success on this day back in 1989. Bon Jovi had the biggest song in the country with the ballad “I’ll Be There For You.”

The King of Pop may be gone but his music lives on forever. Epic Records released new music from Michael Jackson on this day back in 2014 with the album "Escape."


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