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!!!
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.”
You may be saying, KL who? Well, you should remember their international top 10 single “3AM Eternal.” Right?
Springsteen will participate in a live Q&A at Monmouth University on January 10th.
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!
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!
It’s become an annual tradition around here at WCBS-FM — Joe Causi’s #ChristmasSelfie!
The nephew of Oscar-winning movie director Martin Scorsese has been arrested after police say he tried to enter a Staten Island home by cutting through the screen door with a knife.
As we head into the holidays, here’s another ‘Week in Music History’ full of high profile arrests, divorces, a meeting with rock & roll royalty and more!
WCBS-FM DJs sound off on why Nile Rodgers and co. finally deserve the honor…