This Week In History: Elvis Gets Hitched, Bruce Jumps a Wall, Blondie Hits #1, Jimi’s Guitar Auctions and Mariah Lights the ESB
This time around we look back on the marriage of Elvis & Priscilla, The Boss going over a wall, and Blondie’s first number one hit. Plus Mariah gets lit up and HOW MUCH did you pay for that Fender Strat?
The Beatles meet The Stones for the first time; we get punked with the Ramones; everything wasn’t that all “Beautiful” for Carole King; and we lose one of R&B’s biggest producers. Oh and by the way… HOW MANY times can you curse in one song?!
Joe Causi back at you with another look back on one amazing week in music history. From some early Motown magic, to The Beatles breakup, to the biggest worldwide moment in radio history… Get ready for an amazing look back in music!
Historic record deals, stuff you never saw on Late Night, how to get your face on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine and so much more!
This Week In History: The Beatles Begin, the Cost to See The Boss, Billy Joel’s ‘New York Style’ Wedding, Milli Vanilli, & Boy Band Record Breakers
This week we take a look back at the start of The Beatles, the price of a Springsteen ticket, Billy Joel’s “New York Style” wedding, a Milli Vanilli lawsuit, and a record-breaking boy band.
This week we take a look back at John & Yoko’s ‘bed-in’, Eric Clapton’s tragedy in NYC, the birth of Bon Jovi (the band, not the man) + more!
This week in music history is BY FAR one of the oddest weeks in days gone by. Let’s take it back through the decades from the ’60s straight up to today!
Get ready for the week that WAS in music history. From a string of number ones for a local jersey group to a string of GRAMMYs for Motown’s best.
This Week In History: Beatlemania!, Elvis’ Broken Heart, Thriller Hits #1, the Chairman Retires, and Elton Throws a Hissy Fit
Talk about a whirlwind ‘This Week in History!’ Get ready for a wild ride through five amazing decades — the ’60s, ’70s, ’80s, ’90s and 2000’s!
The death of other rock legends made Hagar decide that life is too short to hold old grudges.