Today in Music History 03/16/18Today in Music History we lose Marvin Gaye's duet partner, Eddie Van Halen gains a son and a concert here in Orlando featuring Metallica goes awry.
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 03/14/18Today in Music History, we get the formation of Bon Jovi, the first live performance of Metallica and the first guy to score a No.1 album while in prison.
Today in Music History 03/13/18Bob Seger gets his star, Eric Clapton has the biggest selling live album ever, and Cher becomes the oldest woman to ever top the Billboard Hot 100.
Today in Music History 03/10/18Paul and Linda get married, I Will Survive Hits #1, KISS go Unplugged and the Chinese Government tells the Rolling Stones what songs they CAN'T play...Today in Music History.
Today in Music History 03/09/18Today in Music History, we lose two musical greats at opposite ends of the genre chart, Queen gets their first US No.1 and Robert Plant introduces his new group The Honey Drippers.
Today in Music History 03/08/18Beevis and Butthead hit MTV, Proud Mary hits #2, Roger Hodgson leaves Supertramp and we get Cher on a worst dressed list...Today in Music History.
Today in Music History 03/07/18Mickey Gilley opens Gilley's, the nightclub they used in the movie Urban Cowboy, Simon and Garfunkel take over the No.1 spot on the album chart and The Beastie Boys do a guest shot on Soul Train.
Today in Music History 03/06/18Eric Clapton becomes the only Three time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, The Temptations become the first male act for Motown to hit #1 and Billy Joel hits platinum with "Just The Way You Are."
Today in Music History 03/05/18MTV gives us The Osbournes, Wham! make their US TV debut and we love the great John Belushi to a speedball...Today in Music History.
Today in Music History 03/02/18Paul and Linda are stopped in LA, U2 win their first Grammy Awards and Madonna debuts her latest song in a Pepsi commercial, Today in Music History.
Today in Music History 03/01/18Nirvana does their last show, The Eagles get their first #1, Cyndi Lauper makes her TV debut and Pink Floyd releases "The Dark Side Of The Moon," Today in Music History.

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