Happy Birthday to Meatloaf and Randy Bachman of BTO. We also get a song that re-enters the chart 22 years after it’s original release all because of a scene in a movie.
It’s Olivia Newton-John’s birthday and also the day we said goodbye to Robert Palmer. In between, we get Gilligan’s Island, Abbey Road and The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
The Gators are in Tennessee with their back-up quarterback under center, The Noles are still stinging from the beating they took last week and Tampa Bay TE Seferian-Jenkins was pulled over for DUI last night.
Joan Jett and David Coverdale are having birthdays and we have a slew of great T.V. shows, that feature great theme songs, all getting their starts Today in Music History.
It’s Uncle Joey’s birthday! It’s also the guy that gave Tom Petty guitar lessons’ birthday and the day that The Bangles called it quits, Today in Music History.
The Nelson twins are having a birthday, Jim Croce dies in a plane crash, Billy Joel gets his star and The Cosby Show hits TV.
Lita Ford, Nile Rodgers and Bill Medley are all having birthdays and Gram Parsons of the Byrds has his coffin stolen and burned Today in Music History.
Happy Birthday to Marc Anthony or should I say feliz cumpleaños. He is 48 today. We get Peter Frampton going solo, the death of Marc Bolan and on this day in 1982 it was the group Chicago with the #1 song on the radio.
Florida State gets tested by Louisville, The Knights welcome Maryland to the “Bounce House” and The Bucs are trying to go 2-0 against Arizona
Today in Music History The Eagles play Miami, Huey Lewis gives us “Sports” Tiffany hits the charts and we lose Johnny Ramone.
It was on this day in 1984 that we got the very first MTV Video Music Awards with Herbie Hancock beating out Michael Jackson for most moonmen.
Today in Music History we get Peter Cetera’s birthday, Paul McCartney going solo….while still in The Beatles,Tina Turner rocking the #1 spot on the radio and Nirvana gets thrown out of their own release party.
We get some birthdays and T.V. debuts Today In Music History. It was roughly 40 years apart that “The Monkees” and “Party of Five” debuted on T.V. and Sir Paul has a son.
UCF goes to the Big House to Battle #5 Michigan, The Gators are at home against Kentucky and the Bucs travel to Atlanta to play the Falcons.
Elvis has 83% of American T.V.’s tuned into the Ed Sullivan show, John Lennon releases “Imagine” and Vinny Barbarino and the boys get their start in “Welcome Back Kotter.”
We lost a couple of legends Today in Music History. Different eras, different circumstances, different music, but they both connected to their audiences as well as anybody.
The Stones tell us to “Get Off My Cloud” The Eurythmics tell us about their “Sweet Dreams” John and Yoko hit the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Telethon and David Bowie hits the charts for the first time, Today in Music History.
When the National Anthem plays, my little girl and I will stand. We will place our hands on our hearts and be thankful, and respectful, to those that have afforded us the opportunities that this great country gives us all. Thank you.
Today in Music History we get “Wake Up Little Susie” “Controversy” and The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame….and Ozzy threatens to kill his wife…..come on it’s Ozzy.
The Noles play on Monday night against Ole Miss, the Gators are at home against Massachusetts and UCF kicks off the season with their new head coach at home against South Carolina State.
Gloria Estefan and Barry Gibb are having birthdays Today in Music History. We get James Brown, The Jackson 5 and Blondie and the passing of Cledus (Jerry Reed)
Debbie Gibson, Van Morrison and Gina Schock of the Go Go’s are having birthdays today. We also get another station (not MTV) to be the first to televise Michael Jackson’s “Bad” Video and the world was mourning on this day in 1997 when Princess Diana was killed in a high speed car crash in Paris.
The remaining Doors call it quits, Queen performs in Denver and we get a double dose of Billy Joel Today in Music History.
It’s an all-star lineup today for music history. We have Elvis, The Beatles, U2, and Roy Orbison for your reading and listening enjoyment.
Today in Music History we get The Beatles, Elvis, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Jimi Hendrix and The Kinks. That’s how you do a Friday!!
Two crazed Beatle fans jump from a helicopter, The Allman Brothers give us “Ramblin’ Man” and The Boss is “Born To Run” Today in Music History!
The most expensive song ever made gets it’s start today in 1975, The Cars play Central Park in ’79 and 20 years later we get our very own “Genie In A Bottle.”
Rick Springfield is having a birthday, Ringo Starr leaves The Beatles, Ric Ocasek from The Cars gets married and Duran Duran gets their star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame…Today in Music History.
The initial tracks of “Layla” are laid down, Led Zeppelin releases their final album of original material, and Ray Parker Jr. hits #1 with “Ghostbusters.”
It’s the last episode of The “Monkees” and the first album from Lady Gaga. In between we get The Carpenters and “Full House.”