Florida and Florida State get stiff tests this week and guess who has the best record out of the pro teams here in Florida? It’s the Bucs at 3-3. They get a tough test at home this Sunday against The Raiders!! Get it all with Domino’s Gridiron Blitz.
Elvis wiggles his little finger and nothing else, Sonny and Cher get “married” in Tijuana, and Gloria Estefan is asked to do something that no other pop artist had ever been asked to do before.
Hillary Clinton is having her birthday today. It’s also the day we got “One Bad Apple” and “Helen Wheels.” Don’t forget that Jessica Simpson married Nick Lachey too.
The ladies take over Billboard on this day in 1986 and the laugh from the song “Thriller” is silenced.
Chrissy Hynde from the Pretenders sings the National Anthem at the World Series, Mick and his boys join David and his boys right here in Orlando all Today In Music History.
Today in Music History we get the Ojays, Madonna, Bob Seger, Meatloaf, and more.
Both Florida and Florida State have the weekend off and Miami got pummeled last night by Virginia Tech. but we still have the pros. The Raiders are paying a visit to Jacksonville, The Bucs roll into San Fran (stand up Kaepernick) and Miami gets a date with The Bills at home.
Tom Petty turns 66, The 4 Seasons give us “Big Girls Don’t Cry” Steve Miller uses the nonce word pompatus and the fatal plane crash that took Ronnie Van Zant from us all happened Today in Music History.
Jose Feliciano Lights our fire, Smokey seconds our emotions and Justin Timberlake gets married Today In Music History.
The lady I will be cruising with on Sunday is having a birthday. HB to Dawn Wells, who is turning 78. The Beatles give us feedback, Rod Stewart joins the Faces and Paul and Michael release the first of their three duets, Today In Music History.
Lynyrd Skynyrd give us “Street Survivors,” a mere three days before their plane crash, the best selling rapper of all time, Eminem, is having a birthday today and the musical “Hair” made it’s debut at the New York Shakespeare Festival.
UCF is celebrating Homecoming this Saturday against Temple. The Jags get Da Bears and Florida, Florida State and Miami are all ranked in the top 20.
Thomas Dolby, Cliff Richard and Moody Blues lead vocalist Justin Hayward are having birthdays. We also get Linda Rondstadt singing The National Anthem and Def Leppard becomes the only group in music history to have two consecutive albums sell over 7 million copies.
A horde of birthdays Today in Music History. Marie Osmond, Sammy Hagar, Paul Simon, John Ford Coley and Robert Lamm from Chicago are all having birthdays. Paul plays guitar and George plays bass, do you know the song? And today we get the album and song “American Pie.”
Today in Music History: Two guys quit their bands and go solo. George gives us another #1 and we have a couple of artists no longer with us.
Happy Birthday Daryl Hall, who is 70 today. We also get Roy Orbison on The Ed Sullivan Show, Brian Wilson from The Beach Boys on stage with Jimmy Buffett and John Lennon gives us “Imagine.”
Two of the greatest (and most expensive) songs ever made were both released on this day in music history. It’s also David Lee Roth’s birthday and one of the greatest voices ever joined the band he made famous.
We have two games postponed, a huge game in Miami (not the Dolphins) and Tampa Bay gets to play on Monday Night Football!!
Steve Miller is turning 73 today, Ringo Starr gives us “Photograph” and Steve Jobs takes his final trip on the internet.
John Lennon finally gets his #1, Hall and Oates give us “Maneater” and another singer joins the 27 club.
Benjamin Orr loses his battle with cancer, Aerosmith bails out over 30 concert goers in Indiana and the first ever Buffalo wing was served in………you guessed it, Buffalo, New York.
The Supremes, Cheers, Bruce Willis and The Simpsons all in Today In Music History!
The Dolphins got spanked last night in Cincinnati. Defense looked good, offense forgot to show up.
Billy Joel releases “The Stranger,” “Love American Style” hits T.V., Prince has the #1 song, album and movie all at the same time, and the #1 song on this day in 1978 was “Kiss You All Over.”
Elvis releases “Love Me Tender” The Temptations give us “Papa Was A Rollin Stone” and Miami Vice hits T.V.
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.