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Listen to Bob Dylan Take on Sinatra

Dylan has taken on the late Frank Sinatra in “I Could Have Told You,” and now he reimagines Sinatra’s “v.”

02/17/2017

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This Week In History: Frank Sinatra’s Nickname, Lake’s Skinny Dipping, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Wayne’s World, and Chubby Checker’s Lawsuit

This week we find out how Frank Sinatra got his nickname, Emerson, Lake & Palmer do a little skinny dipping and pay a price, Ronnie Van Zant’s stolen headstone, partying with Wayne’s World, and Chubby Checker gets really worked UP!

02/14/2017

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This Week In History: The Beatles, Woodstock’s Max Yasgur, George Harrison, U2 + Madonna!

This week it’s back to the time The Beatles stepped down on American soil for the first time; We take a trip upstate to Woodstock; The quiet Beatle writes a BIG CHECK; U2 is really into lingerie; And Madonna takes it all off… just to get by!

02/06/2017

1962, The Beatles played their first professionally organised gig outside of Liverpool at The Oasis Club, Manchester. The groups set started with their version of 'Hippy Hippy Shake'.

This Week In History: The Beatles, ‘We Are the World,’ 24-Hrs of Zeppelin, Billy Joel, and More

This week we take a look back at one PowerHouse Entertainment manager; the fastest number one song ever recorded; one very loooooooong playing song, and a whole lot more! ~Joe Causi

01/23/2017

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This Week In History: The Monkees, Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney, Jimmy Buffett, and Adele

It doesn’t get any weirder than this week in music history as we head back with the introduction of the Monkees; The East Street band plays to the smallest crowd ever; Sir Paul gets busted in Japan; Jimmy Buffet should have flown a little higher over Jamaica; and Adele is larger than life!!!

01/16/2017

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This Week in History: The Beatles, Don McLean, Cyndi Lauper, David Bowie, and Diana Ross

This week we take a look back at the Beatles’ first album here in the States; the biggest hit ever from the 70’s; Cyndi Lauper makes history; David Bowie celebrates the BIG 5-0; and Diana Ross should have “Eased Down the Road.”

01/09/2017

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The KLF Announce Return To Rock You

You may be saying, KL who? Well, you should remember their international top 10 single “3AM Eternal.” Right?

01/05/2017

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Bruce Springsteen Goes Back to School In NJ

Springsteen will participate in a live Q&A at Monmouth University on January 10th.

01/04/2017

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This Week in History: John & Yoko, Springsteen, Donna Summer, Sonny Bono, Vanilla Ice and More

As we welcome 2017, we’re back with another ‘Week in Music History’ as we take you back with John & Yoko’s SHOCKING album cover, Springsteen’s not too popular album, Vanilla Ice gets put on ice and more!

01/02/2017

The Monkees' Peter Tork and Micky Dolenz (photo by Cindy Ord/Getty)

This Week In History: Elvis, The Beach Boys, Spice Girls, Diddy + J.Lo, and Taylor Swift

Hey guys! Joe Causi back with another ‘Week in Music history’ as we say farewell to 2016! Let’s look back on Peter Tork’s separation with The Monkees, ELVIS says “thank you very much” to the FBI, J.Lo and Sean Combs get VERY lucky and a whole lot more!

12/26/2016

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