Non-Musical history for today: 1613 – The Globe Theatre in London, built by William Shakespeare’s playing company, the Lord Chamberlain’s Men, burned to the ground. Originally built in 1599, it was rebuilt, but when the London Theatre Closures of 1642 happened, it was shut down. A modern “Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre” opened about 750 feet from the original location in 1997.
Music history, album anniversaries, birthdays, and deaths for June 29.
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