Mick Jagger’s love letters to Marsha Hunt, the woman who famously inspired the Rolling Stones’ “Brown Sugar,” are being sent to auction block next month in England.
The M/V Commander has a long and storied history which dates back nearly one hundred years.
There has been some confusion here in the States as to whether or not Catherine Middleton will actually become a princess once she marries Prince William, and if not a princess, what title will she […]
Did you know that in 2006, [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]The Rolling Stones[/lastfm] topped Forbes Magazine‘s list of the top moneymakers in US music for 2005. The rockers made 168 Million Dollars in record and ticket sales that […]
Did you know that in 1996, [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Bob Dylan[/lastfm] played a special corporate gig for 250 employees of Nomura Securities International, Inc. at Phoenix’s Biltmore Hotel.
Did you know that in 1984 [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Madonna [/lastfm]released Like A Virgin, which went on to become her first number one album! Did you know that in 1967 Jerry Lee Lewis started a new career […]
Do you remember which yeah Robet Zimmerman started to go by the name of Bob Dylan? Did you you that in 1967 Gene Clark replaced Roger McGuinn in The Byrds? Read more November 9th music […]
Lots of history this week including events surrounding [lastfm]John Lennon[/lastfm]‘s birthday this Saturday. 1962 – “Love Me Do” by [lastfm]The Beatles[/lastfm] was released in the U.K. It was their first single. (Tuesday 10/5) 1964 – [lastfm]The Beatles […]
In 1968, Rock DJ Dewey Phillips died in Millington, Tennessee. The “King of Memphis Radio” was widely considered to be the first DJ to mix records by blacks and whites on the same show. He […]
In 1969, Illinois’ Northern Star newspaper featured an article by a journalist who rounded up the clues that pointed to the death of [lastfm]Paul McCartney[/lastfm]. It included: a mumble that sounded like “I buried Paul” […]