Today In Music History: 01/11/18Today in Music History we get the first Rock In Rio festival, Nirvana on Saturday Night Live, Ike and Tina on The Ed Sullivan Show and The Whisky-a-Go-Go opens in L.A.
Today In Music History: 01/10/18Cyndi Lauper becomes the first female artist in 17 years to get five Grammy Award nominations in the same year, the Stones record what would be their first US release and it was just two years ago that we lost Rock and Roll Hall of Famer David Bowie....Today in Music History.
Rod Stewart and Cyndi Lauper Announce 2018 TourThe duo will once again team up for a run of summer dates.
Today In Music History: 12/18/17Today in Music History we get a soap opera wedding for real, The first appearance of The Grinch, Rod and Tina get together and Hall Oates become the most prolific duo in music history.
Today In Music History: 12/15/17Aerosmith performs on American Bandstand, The Sex Pistols are denied visas, Rod Stewart marries Rachel Hunter and "Do They Know It's Christmas" becomes the biggest selling single of all time in the UK.
Rod Stewart Announces 2018 Las Vegas ResidencyHit the Vegas Strip and hear Rod the Mod sing his most popular songs.
Today In Music History: 10/11/17The 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.
Today In Music History: 08/31/17George Harrison is convicted of "subconscious plagiarism," Jimi Jamison of Survivor passes away, and Donnie Wahlberg gets married...Today in Music History.
Rod Stewart Teams with DNCE for Reimagined 'Do Ya Think I'm Sexy'A studio version of the song will also been released.
Today In Music History: 08/14/17Today we get "Maggie May," "Rock 'N Me," and "Won't Get Fooled Again." Guns'N Roses kick off their first North American tour and Candlestick Park has gets a farewell show from Sir Paul Today in Music History.
Today In Music History: 06/01/17Quincy Jones produces his first #1 song, Ron Wood plays his first live gig with the Stones, and Bruce kicks off the European leg of his "Born In The USA" world tour.
Today In Music History: 04/26/17Elvis has the #1 song, but B.J. Thomas has the longest title of a #1 song. Studio 54 opens in NYC with the current President in attendance and we lose the great Lucille Ball, all Today in Music History.

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