July 14: This Day in Music History

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On this day in 1979, Donna Summer scored her third #1 song on the U.S. charts with this hit that was written after one of her assistants was mistaken for a prostitute. It’s not unusual (get it?) for Tom Jones to be linked to paternity scandals — but on this day in 1989, he lost in family court just before the judge in the case landed a big TV show.

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