The latest edition of This Week in History with Joe Causi takes us back to a historic first at Abbey Road Studios, a big week for the Bee Gees, Cat Stevens being crushed, Cher’s return to the top of the charts, and Shakira’s honest hips.
Some fans like owning more than the music, they like owning items that make up the music’s bigger history.
Get ready some really big highs and some really huge lows this week as we head back with Sir Paul finally settling down; One of the biggest movie theme songs of the ’70s; We lose one amazing pop star and one incredible Hip Hop artist; and finally, it’s time for Tom Jones to grow up!
Ready, set, let’s go back with another ‘Week in History’ where we find out what The Beatles were really thinking about themselves; what Paul & Linda were smoking; a new way to listen to music; Whitney goes larger than life; and the ‘King of Pop’ goes incognito!
This week it’s all about a no-name piano player who would get his first break; One of the biggest marriage breakups of the ’70s; one cool ‘One Hit Wonder’ of the ’80s; The Chairmen of the Board goes out in style; and Britney becomes a baldie!
Dylan has taken on the late Frank Sinatra in “I Could Have Told You,” and now he reimagines Sinatra’s “v.”
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!
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!
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
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!!!