Today In Music History: 02/10/18David Bowie gets a star, Lennon returns to Top of The Pops, Blondie and Tom Petty do a show together in 1977 and Night Ranger hang with Dick Clark...Today in Music History.
Today In Music History: 09/15/17Today in Music History features two untimely deaths, a transatlantic music record, and Elvis and Huey Lewis' biggest records.
Today In Music History: 08/16/17We lose Elvis 40 years ago today. 59 years ago today we got Madonna. Today in Music History, we get the Ramones at their first concert, a couple of marriages, a world record a new lead singer for Genesis.
Today In Music History: 06/05/17U2 plays Red Rocks, Alice Coopers loses his snake, The Stones perform their first concert here in the U.S. and Mariah Carey and J. Lo get married.
Today In Music History: 09/15/16Today in Music History The Eagles play Miami, Huey Lewis gives us "Sports" Tiffany hits the charts and we lose Johnny Ramone.
All Ramones Go to Heaven in Funny or Die VideoToo soon? No way, not when you are talking about The Ramones.
Tommy Ramone, Original Ramones Drummer, Dies At 62The last surviving member of the seminal punk rock band the Ramones has passed away: CBS News reports that drummer Tommy Ramone, born Erdelyi Tamas, has died. He was 62.
Nearly Impossible Trivia: "Rock 'N Roll High School" PremieresIt doesn't even rank in the Top 75 box office grossing musical movies of all time, but there's no denying that Rock 'n Roll High School was a success as far as cult classics go ...
The Ramones' Debut Turns 37On this day in 1976, the music industry was sucker-punched by a grimy-looking pack of misfits from Queens, New York. Punk rock pioneers the Ramones released their debut, self-titled album through Sire Records and forever cemented a place for rapid, bizarre, distorted and feverishly catchy pop songs in modern culture.
Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side of the Moon' Preserved in National Recording Registry
Inside Joey Ramone's Posthumous Video With Anthony Bourdain, Kristen Schaal and Reggie WattsSelling albums when the artist is no longer among the living, of course has its challenges. But a new music video for "New York City," which features celebrities including 30 Rock cast members Scott Adsit, Jon Lutz and Kristen Schaal, chef/TV personality Anthony Bourdain, rocker/motivational speaker Andrew WK and original Ramones drummer Tommy Ramone, may bring some attention to the Joey Ramone's posthumously released "Ya Know?"