When you hear it between two and three this afternoon be caller # 7 to win tickets to see Natalie Cole with The Pacific Symphony…we’re talking about [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Marvin Gaye[/lastfm]‘s “I Heard It Through The […]
Today is Martin Luther King Day in the USA. And while we still mourn his passing, we also need to remember that today is a day of celebration as well — a day for reflecting […]
[lastfm link_type="artist_info"]The Beatles [/lastfm]released the “Rubber Soul” album this week….”A Charlie Brown Christmas,” the first Peanuts TV special, debuted on CBS later this week, becoming an annual Holiday Classic…and….at the very bottom of the […]
The ‘Tickets @ Two’ song today is “Nightshift” by the [lastfm]Commodores[/lastfm], which is their only hit since [lastfm]Lionel Richie[/lastfm] left the band in 1982. The vocals were shared by Clyde Orange, an original member who […]
In 1964, [lastfm]The Beach Boys[/lastfm] performed “I Get Around” and “Wendy” on their debut on The Ed Sullivan Show. Three years later, [lastfm]The Beatles[/lastfm] recorded parts of John Lennon’s “I Am The Walrus” and Paul […]
Taking a look at music history on today’s date, in 1967 [lastfm]The Doors[/lastfm] performed at the Lagoon Park Patio Gardens, Farmington, Salt Lake City, Utah and one year later [lastfm]The Beatles[/lastfm] performed ‘Hey Jude’ on […]
The [lastfm]Bee Gees[/lastfm] made TWO big comebacks on the national charts. After their first hit, “New York Mining Disaster, 1941″ in 1967, they faded off the Top 20 in 1969 and 1970.
Bobby, thank you for the smile upon your face. Bobby, thank you for the gleam that shows its grace. And thank you[lastfm] Bobby Hebb[/lastfm] for putting your heart, soul and personal story into every song you wrote, […]
It’s been over five years since Cameron Crowe has released a movie, but he is making a bold comeback with his developing [lastfm]Marvin Gaye[/lastfm] biopic. Find out who is lined up to tackle the leading […]
Time for another flashback to 33 years ago this week. It’s hard to believe so much time has gone by since these tunes were on the radio every day.