John and Yoko release “Double Fantasy,” Gun’s N Roses get the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, Cher guests on “Will and Grace,” and the Spice Girls go No.1 in 31 countries with “Wannabe.”
Paul McCartney releases “Wonderful Christmastime,” The Beatles finally hit Itunes, Lenny Kravitz marries Lisa Bonet, and a Texas billionaire hires the Stones to play his 60th birthday party.
Black Water hits the radio, Daryl Hall has a show from his house, Millie Vanilli get busted and Carrie Underwood releases her debut album..Today in Music History.
Johnny Paycheck says “Take This Job and Shove It,” Michael Jackson grabs hit crotch multiple times as the video for “Black Or White” debuts, The Soundtrack to Dirty Dancing hits #1 and Santana releases “Black Magic Woman,” Today in Music History.
“The Lion Sleeps Tonight” is released, Rod Stewart hits #1 in the US with “Tonight’s The Night” Elton John performs in Mexico for the first time and the song “Good Day Sunshine” is beamed to the astronauts on board the Space Station.
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Axl Rose has to donate Ten Grand to five different charities, Elton John hits No.1 for 8 weeks, Vanilla Ice hits No.1 for 16..Today in Music History
Today in Music History, we get the last instrumental to ever top the charts, John meets Yoko, Richard Marx performs in 5 cities in one day and Billy Joel releases “Piano Man.”
“Hey Jude” hits #1 and stays there for 9 weeks, Led Zeppelin releases their infamous “untitled” album, Suzi Quatro becomes Leather Tuscadero and Shakira gets a star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame…Today in Music History.
We get Ted Nugent shooting squirrels, The Beatles in Ireland, The Captain and Tenille renew their wedding vows and Bruce takes his 8th studio album to #1 Today in Music History.
The Stones take The Beatles out of No.1, “Jersey Boys” opens, Paul Simon buys drinks and Aerosmith does there first concert ever at a High School. Today in Music History.
Dylan sues Hootie, Vanilla Ice becomes the first rapper to score a No.1, James and Carly get married, and The Beatles record “Michelle.”
Bruce Hornsby is doing a show in Daytona this Sunday night and I (Domino) got a chance to catch up with him and ask him about his current tour and what he has been doing for the last 30 years since we talked last.
Prince gives us “Graffiti Bridge,” Chrissie Hynde, of the Pretenders does “Friends,” Simon and Garfunkel give us “Cecelia,” and Ringo Starr gets all The Beatles to play on his solo album…. Today in Music History.
It’s double Elvis day, Today in Music History, Stacy Q performs on The Facts of Life, we get the infamous Parental Advisory sticker and Elton John gets his 5th No.1 song here in the US.
Monster Mash becomes the biggest Halloween song of all time, River Phoenix dies at the same club I was hosting, KISS get the Smashing Pumpkins for their opening act at a Halloween show and Debbie Gibson has a seance..Today in Music History.
An iconic song is released, an iconic TV show celebrates 30 years, a youtuber turned singer makes history and Eddie Vedder does “Take Me Out To The Ballgame.” Today in Music History.
Sonny and Cher get married in a Mexican bathroom, Bruce’s face is on two magazines in the same week, Gloria Estefan plays for the Pope, and Prince releases 1999…Today in Music History.
Keith Richards is a writer, The Beatles get medals, Queen records “Under Pressure” and Elton hits the charts for the first time.
Wings release “Juniors Farm” after staying at Jr.’s farm, The Stones wreak havoc on Ed Sullivan, Paul Simon hits #1 with a solo album for the first time and for the first time in chart history three women take the top 3 spots on the Billboard Hot 100.
Today in Music History features Wesley Snipes in an MJ video, Paul McCartney getting a HUGE medal, the Stones and Van Halen here in Orlando and a host of artists singing the National Anthem at the World Series.
Ashlee Simpson lip syncs on SNL, Led Zeppelin really sings on “Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert,” Adele hits a million downloads in a week, and Def Leppard plays three continents in one day! Today in Music History.
Today in Music History, Prince releases “Prince” The Beatles say “Hello, Goodbye” Pearl Jam gives us “Vs.” and the survey says…….most people spend about $40,000 on music during their lifetime.
Simon and Garfunkel reunite on SNL, Hanson sings The National Anthem and The Animals play “The Ed Sullivan Show” Today in Music History.
“Hair” opens, Lynyrd Skynyrd releases “Street Survivors” three days before their plane goes down, The Barenaked Ladies hit #1 for one week with the song “One Week” and The Bee Gees make it three decades of #1’s in the U.K…..Today in Music History.
Creedence calls it quits, The Stones release “It’s Only Rock and Roll,” Chuck Berry gets a big birthday party and Rick Dee’s has the last #1 novelty on the Hot 100..Today in Music History.
The Who release “My Generation,” The Beach Boys sing “Good Vibrations,” and Matchbox Twenty headlines their first tour. Today in Music History! Happy Friday 13th.
The Rumor “Paul is Dead” is started at a Detroit radio station, George Harrison gets his 3rd #1 single, John Denver crashes his plane and Mariah Carey makes it five in a row for number one singles.
The Beatles hit the UK charts for the first time, Lennon releases “Imagine” “Saturday Night Live” debuts with George Carlin as guest host, and Dave Grohl plays his first live gig with his new band Nirvana….Today in Music History.