Today in Music History 03/15/18We get some Rock and Roll Hall of Fame stuff, A DJ prank and a first for the band KISS....Today in Music History.
Today In Music History: 11/15/17Black 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.
Today In Music History: 09/12/17The Monkees and Party of Five debut on T.V., Michael Jackson kicks off his Bad Tour, and we lose the "man in black" Johnny Cash, Today in Music History.
Today In Music History: 08/15/17The Beatles set a record, U2 sets a record, and Boyz II Men set a record Today in Music History, not to mention this little thing called Woodstock.
Today In Music History: 07/25/17Boston releases their debut album, The Monkees release their debut single, AC/DC releases an album with a new lead vocalist and Rosanne Barr butchers The National Anthem..Today in Music History.
Today In Music History: 05/23/17The Who releases "Tommy," Elton John has the first album to ever sell a million copies on it's first day of release, Tom Petty has to file for bankruptcy and The Doobie Brothers get back together and raise money for Vietnam Veterans.
Today In Music History: 03/31/17Michael Jackson breaks the color barrier on MTV, Selena gets gunned down, The Doobie Brothers call it quits and Madonna gives David Letterman her panties.
Today In Music History: 01/26/17Axe man Eddie Van Halen is having a birthday, Prince makes his T.V. debut, Ringo writes "Octopus's Garden" and The Bucs get a Super Bowl win.
Chicago & The Doobie Brothers Announce Summer TourThe run of co-headlining dates kicks off on June 7th in Concord, CA.
Today In Music History: 11/15/16Janis Joplin gets arrested, The Eagles release a song that neither Don Henley or Glenn Frey sang, The Doobies give us "Black Water" and the greatest NASCAR racer of all time calls it quits.
Today In Music History: 08/15/16Happy Birthday to Tom Johnston, lead singer of The Doobie Brothers, he is turning 68 today. It's also the anniversary of the beginning of Woodstock and if you have some kind of connection with 1985, the #1 song on the radio was "Shout" by Tears For Fears.
Today In Music History: 03/31/2016Chuck Berry goes "Politically Correct?" Jimi Hendrix sets his guitar on fire, The Doobie's call it quits, MTV finally adds Michael Jackson and Madonna makes David Letterman blush.