On this day in music November 3
1888: Amsterdam: 1st concerto of Concert worker, under Willem Kes.
1752: George Frideric Handel undergoes (failed) eye operation.
1927: Rodgers & Hart's musical "Connecticut Yankee", based on Mark Twain's.
1943: Dmitri Shostakovich's 8th Symphony premieres in Moscow.
1956 1939: film "The Wizard of Oz" televised for 1st time - hosted by Bert Lahr and 10 year old Liza Minnelli.
1986: John Lennon "Menlove Avenue" album released posthumously.
1992: "I Will Always Love You" (Dolly Parton cover) single released by Whitney Houston.
1992: Rock band Rage Against the Machine releases their debut album.
2009: 23rd Soul Train Music Awards: Michael Jackson, Charlie Wilson & Chaka Khan win.
2019: Olivia Newton-John's black leather outfit from the film "Grease" sells for $405,700.