Today in Music History

The Backstreet Boys

Today In Music History 05/08/18

The Beatles use three songs to dominate the US chart for 13 weeks straight, The Backstreet Boys sing at Sea World and Ronnie Van Zandt is in the audience for a Rolling Stones show and decides to become a rock star.
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Elton John

Today in Music History 05/07/18

Reginald becomes Elton, Hotel California hits #1 and Eddie Rabbit passes away... Today in Music History.
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ZZ TOP

Today in Music History 05/03/18

Sir Paul returns to touring, Seger has the #1 album and ZZ Top get their own day in Texas...Today in Music History.
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SHEENA EASTON

Today In Music History 05/02/18

Two separate songs about the same woman are recorded on this day in music history. The Cutting Crew and Sheena Easton hit #1 and "Sweet Child O' Mine" nabs best guitar riff ever...Today in Music History.
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The Rolling Stones

Today In Music History 05/01/18

Elvis gets married, The Bellamy Brothers hit #1 and Nancy Sinatra wears nothing but her famous boots for Playboy Magazine..Today in Music History.
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Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey

Today In Music History 04/30/2018

A tour manager claims temporary insanity, Led Zeppelin breaks an attendance record and Mariah Carey marries Nick Cannon.
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Sammy Hagar

Today In Music History 04/26/18

Rod gets robbed, a gospel song hits the charts and the world famous Studio 54 opens for business.
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Tom Petty

Today In Music History 04/24/18

Pete Ham from Badfinger commits suicide, The Beach Boys reunite for a 50th anniversary tour, and Tom Petty releases his first solo album.
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Joan Jett

Today in Music History 04/23/18

We start on this day in 1965, when The Four Tops release one of the most famous songs of all time "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)." With Levi Stubbs on lead vocals, the song would hit #1 on the Pop chart and #1 on the soul chart. Video of The four tops - I can't help myself (...
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Deborah Harry of Blondie

Today In Music History 04/19/18

"Good Times, Bad Times," the first Led Zeppelin single, reaches its chart peak of #80, on this day in 1969. Video of Good Times Bad Times On this day in 1975, David Essex was the guest performer on "American Bandstand," doing his #5 hit "Rock On." Video of Rock On - David Essex - Midnight Special (...
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