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It’s time for some blasts from the past! On this day in history 63 years ago, it was the Day the Music Died! 49 years ago, Elton John’s “Crocodile Rock” was topping the charts. Think you know your pop culture history? Check out our trivia question at the end and leave your answer in the comments.

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