Today in Music History 03/08/18Beevis and Butthead hit MTV, Proud Mary hits #2, Roger Hodgson leaves Supertramp and we get Cher on a worst dressed list...Today in Music History.
Today In Music History: 10/12/17The 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.
Today In Music History: 06/09/17John Denver marries the lady that inspired "Annie's Song," The Stones release "Some Girls," MC Hammer hits #1 and stays there for 21 weeks in a row and the Bee Gees have their final #1 song here in the US...Today In Music History.
Today In Music History: 04/12/17David Cassidy is having a birthday, Madonna breaks Elvis record, Mickey Thomas takes over lead vocals for Starship and Sonny Bono becomes a mayor....Today in Music History.
Today In Music History: 03/08/17We lose a couple of greats, we have a ton of birthdays, and "Beavis and Butthead" is born.
Today In Music History: 10/12/16Today in Music History: Two guys quit their bands and go solo. George gives us another #1 and we have a couple of artists no longer with us.
Today In Music History: 04/12/2016Simon and Garfunkel release "The Boxer" John Denver gives us "Rocky Mountain High" from New York City. Stevie Wonder hangs on Sesame Street and Ozzy gets his star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.
Today In Music History: 03/22/2016The Who hit the stage for the first time here in the states, The Allman Brothers get a night in jail, Barry Manilow hits Bandstand, John Denver proves he's a country boy, Dan Hartman loses his battle with AIDS, and Ozzy Osbourne is voted Alien Diplomat.
Today In Music History: 03/08/2016"Help Me Rhonda" hits the radio, Rod Stewart becomes singer of The Faces, Roger Hodgson jumps out of Supertramp and Beavis gets some TP for his bunghole.
Today Is National Ice Cream Day...And MoreLet's take a look back at today and see what happened as we do a little time traveling and reminiscing. What happened today in the 60s, 70s & 80s...Also, what are we celebrating today?! Read and find out!
Jim Curry Is John Denver In 'Take Me Home: The Music Of John Denver'Dubbed as "an unforgettable show that will truly fill up your senses," Take Me Home: the Music of John Denver is coming to The Peabody in Daytona Beach.
Your Guide To The Classic Christmas Albums of 2012Not interested in any of this year’s holiday releases? We assess some of the classics that are being re-released just in time for Christmas.