Today In Music History: 06/19/17

By Domino

Birthday shout outs to the lady that is on tour with New Kids on The Block and Boyz 2 Men, Paula Abdul, and the voice of Heart, Ann Wilson.

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On this day in 1965, The Four Tops hit #1 with ‘I Can’t Help Myself’. Lead singer Levi Stubbs had not been satisfied with the recording session and was promised that he could do it again the following day, but no other session ever took place. The track released was the 2nd take of the song.

How did Edgar Winter name his million seller “Frankenstein?” He titled the tune as a reference to how many cuts and patches were contained in the original studio tape. If you’ve ever seen him do it live, it’s incredible.

On this day in 1977 “Dreams” by Fleetwood Mac was the #1 song.

Guns N’ Roses made their UK concert debut on this day in 1987 at The Marquee Club in London.

On this day in 1989, “Batman,” starring Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson, and Kim Basinger  had its world premiere in California. The song from the movie by Prince called “Batdance,” went #1 on three charts simultaneously.

Ont this day in 2010, nearly 80,000 fans attended a Wembley Stadium performance by Green Day.

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