Today In Music History: 03/29/17

Bobby Kimball, who sang many of the songs you know by the band Toto, is 70 today and the guy that sang “Season’s In The Sun,” Terry Jacks is 73.

On this day in 1973, the song came true. Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. The group’s recording, “The Cover of Rolling Stone,” reached No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100.

All six Led Zeppelin studio albums were on the Billboard 200 album chart at the same time, on this day in 1975, including their latest, “Physical Graffiti,” at #1.

On this day in 1982 Stevie Wonder and Paul McCartney released “Ebony and Ivory.”

On this day in 1998 “Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It” by Will Smith was the #1 song.

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On this day in 2000 ‘N Sync’s album “No Strings Attached,” sold 2.4 million albums in the first week, which was the all time record at that time. Adele holds the record right now with 3.38 million with “25.”

At a New York hospital, on this day in 2005, Neil Young was treated for a brain aneurysm, discovered after he experienced blurred vision following the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony two weeks earlier.


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