Today In Music History: 12/06/17Today in Music History features the first ever double A side single, The first live album of all new material, the death of a legend, and a number 1 song the lead vocalist didn't even like.
Today In Music History: 11/29/17My fave Beatle George Harrison loses his battle with lung cancer, Sammy Hagar gets married...again, and a group from Germany that speaks no English, hits #1 on the chart.
Today In Music History: 11/28/17Madonna performs live on the internet, John plays with Elton, movie hits rule the charts and Prince says "I would die for u." 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: 11/24/17"Something" by the Beatles hits #1, the great Freddie Mercury passes away, Donny Osmond wins on Dancing with the Stars and the Young Rascals start laying down the tracks for "Good Lovin'."
Today In Music History: 11/22/17The Beatles release their only double album, Pearl Jam releases their album on on vinyl and we lose INXS singer Michael Hutchence to an apparent suicide..Today in Music History.
Today In Music History: 11/13/17"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.
The Beatles Unveil 'Sgt. Pepper's' Jukebox and It's GloriousNow this is the perfect holiday gift for the Beatles fan who has everything.
Today In Music History: 11/08/17"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.
Today In Music History: 11/07/17We 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.
Updated 'Sgt. Pepper's' Cover Features Artists Lost in 2017Tom Petty, Chuck Berry, Chris Cornell and Glen Campbell are among the featured artists.
Today In Music History: 11/03/17Dylan sues Hootie, Vanilla Ice becomes the first rapper to score a No.1, James and Carly get married, and The Beatles record "Michelle."

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