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This Week In Music History: June 16th-22nd

This Week In Music History: June 16th-22nd

It’s Friday! That means so many beautiful things for so many people, but it also means that it’s time to take a look back at music history. Born on this day in 1944 is Kinks singer and songwriter Ray Davies.  Davies was born the seventh of eight children in North London, England.  His only younger […]

Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday

For this week’s Throwback Thursday we are playing a set of the Beach Boys in honor of the 47th anniversary of the release of their legendary album, Pet Sounds. Surf rockers, the Beach Boys are one of the most prominent American rock bands of all time and especially during the 60s and 70s. The Beach […]

This Week In Music History

This Week In Music History

Good morning. Happy End of the World! Somehow I’m magically still here and that means that the day must go on. Here’s your music history fix for the Final Friday. In 1970 in his zealous quest to become an honorary agent for the DEA and do his part in the war on drugs, Elvis was […]

Throwback Thursday: The Beach Boys

Throwback Thursday: The Beach Boys

For this week’s Throwback Thursday, we’re celebrating the career of The Beach Boys in the wake of the release of their latest greatest hits album Fifty Big Ones. Has any band ever had such a wide appeal as The Beach Boys?  Sure, they likely have their detractors – maybe their music is too saccharine for some, too cloying, […]

Later… with Jools Holland Returns to TV

Later… with Jools Holland Returns to TV

Despite America’s plethora of late night talk shows, we don’t have anything quite like Later… with Jools Holland. Returning for its forty-first season, Later… is a show dedicated entirely to music. Hosted by Jools Holland, the show has been going strong since 1992. Despite focusing primarily on rock and indie music, Later… has featured everyone […]

Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival

Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival

After four days of music, art, and comedy, tens of thousands of Bonnarovians were finally sent home with ears ringing, dust and dirt clinging to their bodies, and the smell of corndogs sitting gently in their noses. Huge plastic bags of trash and recycling, empty beer cans, and random articles of clothing were left scattering […]

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