Today (August 2) marks the 50th Anniversary of Aretha Franklin’s first appearance on American Bandstand.
At almost seventy years old, music legend Barry Manilow is still going strong. Dan Taylor had the privilege to catch up with Mr. Copacobana himself this morning on CBS-FM.
I had the opportunity to first meet Dick Clark in High School. He had come to town for a promotional autograph session on a new book which he had just written. I went down to […]
This morning, The K-EARTH 101 Morning Show from our affiliate K-EARTH in Los Angeles, featured some legendary artists who were fortunate to get their start by appearing on American Bandstand with Dick Clark. Everyone calling […]
For those of who grew up waiting for our weekly editions of Soul Train and American Bandstand every Saturday morning, today’s passing of Dick Clark follows the death of Don Cornelius as one more chapter […]
“American Bandstand” first hit television screens in 1952, simply referred to as “Bandstand.” Dick Clark would take over hosting duties in 1956 and on August 5, 1957, ABC would broadcast the show nationally for the […]
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) – Dick Clark, who brought Times Square into the homes of countless millions every New Year’s Eve, has died. He was 82.
Charlie O’Donnell, whose cheerful, booming baritone opened Wheel of Fortune for a total of 28 years, died Sunday in L.A. at the age of 78.
OK — here’s the [lastfm]Van Morrison [/lastfm]on American Bandstand video I was talking about on the air. What do you think?
Today marks the anniversary of the beginning of American Bandstand which spanned from 1957 to 1989. The show was the first of its kind showcasing the latest musical talents and dances to the American public […]