Today in Music History

Paul McCartney

Today In Music History 04/03/18

Sir Paul goes Unplugged, Jim Morrison visits the FBI, Pepsi fires Madonna and Steve Miller gets arrested..Today in Music History. Tune in at 4:30pm every weekday.
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Fleetwood Mac

Today in Music History 04/02/18

The Beach Boys record their first #1 song and fire thier Dad, Fleetwood Mac hits #1 with thier best selling album ever and we lose 1/2 the duo of Milli Vanilli, when Rob Pilatus dies from a lethal combination of drugs and alcohol. Today in Music History.
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Brian Johnson

Today in Music History 03.29.18

Dr. Hook are on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine just like their song, Brian Johnson joins AC/DC, "Rock Me Amadeus" hits #1 and Sir Paul and Stevie Wonder do "Ebony and Ivory."
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Phil Collins

Today in Music History 03/28/18

A couple of classics get recorded Today in Music History, a streaker startles Johnny Carson, Blondie hits #1 with "Rapture" and Alicia Keys makes her acting debut on The Cosby Show
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Mariah Caret

Today In Music History 03/27/18

Elvis records his last big hit, Eric Clapton marries his best friend's ex-wife and Sammy Hagar makes his debut as lead singer of Van Halen.
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Duran Duran

Today In Music History 03/26/18

On this day in 1969, Marvin Gaye was at No.1 on the UK singles chart, with "I Heard It Through The Grapevine."
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Christie Brinkley

Today In Music History 03/23/18

We start on this day in 1973, when Paul McCartney & Wings release "My Love." The song would go on to hit #1 and stayed there for four weeks. Video of Paul McCartney & Wings - My Love [Live] [High Quality] Hall & Oates release the song "She's Gone" on this day in 1974. It peaks at #...
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N'Sync Performs

Today In Music History 03/21/18

We start on this day in 1981, when REO Speedwagon hit No.1 with "Keep On Loving You," the group's first No.1. They would do it again with "Can't Fight This Feeling." Video of REO Speedwagon - Keep on Loving You Let's stay on that day and jump over to "American Bandstand," where the special guests...
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Neil Young

Today In Music History 03/20/18

Pac Man Fever takes over American Bandstand, while Dick Clark announces that he's out. Michael Jackson signs the richest deal in recording history and Eric Clapton loses his son Conor....Today in Music History.
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Garth Brooks

Today In Music History 3/19/18

On this day in 1970, David Bowie married model Mary Angela Barnett. She was rumored to be the subject of the Rolling Stones’ hit, “Angie,” a theory refuted by Keith Richards, who wrote most of the song, and Mick Jagger. The term “Angie” is actually slang for Heroine. Video of The Rolling Stones -...
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