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October 20: This Day in Music History

1957 – Elvis Presley make Guest Appearance Elvis Presley along with Bill Haley and his Comets made a guest appearance at Brooklyn High school of Cleveland, Ohio.   1973 – The Rolling Stones hit “Angie,” Fly’s straight to the top. Angie, one of the Rolling Stones chart toppers went straight to the top after being  … Read more

October 12th: This Day in Music History

1957 – Little Richard Temporarily Replaces Rock with God Little Richard dreamed of his own damnation after a plane he was on caught on fire and decided to trade in the rock ‘n’ roll for God. He launched a Gospel career and threw some jewels in a river to represent a pious turnaround. Five years  … Read more

September 4th: This Day in Music History

1962 – The Beatles First Formal Recording Sesh The session took place at EMI’s Abbey Road studios. George didn’t like the previous session on June, 6th and called the rest in to try again. They recorded six songs, including ‘Love Me Do’ and ‘Please Please Me.’   1969 – “Easy Rider” Premiers The movie starring  … Read more

August 18th: This Day in Music History

1962 – The Beatles Play their First Set at a Horticultural Society Dance Ringo Starr joined the band today in 1962, completing The Beatles line up as we know it today. Following a 2 hour rehearsal, John, Paul, George, and Ringo took the stage at the Horticultural Society Dance in Birkenhead, England.   1969 –  … Read more

August 11th: This Day in Music History

1956 – Elvis Presley Sets the Record Elvis Presley’s double sided hit ‘Don’t Be Cruel / Hound Dog was released. The single went to No.1 on the US chart, where it stayed for 11 weeks – a record that would not be broken until 1992’s Boyz II Men hit ‘End of the Road’.   1966  … Read more