Today in Music History 02/20/18A fire at a nightclub kills more than a hundred people, Cher tells Sonny to hit the bricks, Pat Benatar gets married and KISS put their hand prints in cement...Today in Music History.
Today In Music History: 02/05/18Elton John and Stevie Wonder play for the Prez, Ringo plays with the Beatles for the first time and Paul Simon records without Art Garfunkel for the first time..Today in Music History.
Today In Music History: 01/22/18Brian Wilson and no other Beach Boys, start recording the instrumental track to "Wouldn't It Be Nice," Rolling Stone Magazine issues their tribute issue to John Lennon, and Barry Manilow does the National Anthem at Super Bowl XVIII.
Today In Music History: 01/18/18Studio 54 comes to an end, Stevie Wonder becomes the youngest member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and guys from three different bands get together to make Bad Company...Today in Music History.
Today In Music History: 11/27/17It's a ton of Beatles history today, both in and out of the band, and The Rolling Stones playing a concert with Jimi Hendrix in the audience.
Today In Music History: 11/16/17Paul 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.
Today In Music History: 11/02/17Prince 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.
Stevie Wonder Performs National Anthem on KneesAt the end of the song Wonder called out to President Trump. "Feel me, feel me, Mr. President,” he said.
Today In Music History: 09/28/17Elvis gives us "Love Me Tender" The Beatles hit #1 with "Hey Jude" and Garth Brooks releases "Ropin' The Wind," which would spend 18 weeks at #1 on the album chart.
Pharrell, Eddie Vedder, Stevie Wonder & More Take a Knee to Support NFL ProtestsNFL bosses, basketball players, politicians, celebrities and everyday Twitter users voiced their support for players' rights to protest. So did a number of music stars.
Artists Support Hurricane Relief on 'Hand in Hand' TelethonTonight, scores of high-profile entertainers joined forces to raise funds for hurricane relief.
Stevie Wonder Talks Prince, Barack Obama & Spreading Love"Hey, just love. Just love. That's the most important thing: Just love. That's what's gonna see us through."