Day: December 2, 2017

Did you ever think a song was about you? On Dec. 2, 1972, Carly Simon’s song “You’re So Vain”. entered the Billboard Charts, entering at #99. The song took only five more weeks to rocket to the top of the chart, where it stayed for the first three weeks of 1973, also spending two weeks […]

The A-Z of music for 24 days until Christmas. Today is Jeff Beck: Jeff Beck Beck was born 24th June 1944 to Arnold and Ethel Beck in Wallington, England. On hearing Les Paul on the radio, the former choirboy fell in love with the sound of the guitar. Beck later stated; Read it here

BARONESS To Release Final Two Picture Discs In ‘Purple’ Series Read The Article

You ever go to a concert and decide that you want to join the band… and then do it? On Dec. 1, 1969, George Harrison went to London’s Royal Albert Hall to see husband and wife act Delaney & Bonnie Bramlett. George’s buddy, Eric Clapton was in the band so George decided right then and […]

WITHERFALL: Lyric Video For ‘The Great Awakening’ Song Read The Article

Watch NIKKI SIXX Unbox Limited-Edition Deluxe Vinyl Version Of ‘The Heroin Diaries: 10th Anniversary Edition Soundtrack’ Read The Article

The Monkees had a very good day on Dec. 2, 1967. Their new single “Daydream Believer” became the #1 song on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and their new album “Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd” was at the #1 spot on the Billboard Album chart. 1967 was a great year for The Monkees record […]

PAUL STANLEY Accuses MARILYN MANSON Of Trying To Get Publicity From CHARLES MANSON’s Death Read The Article

2nd Dec 1976, The first day of the photo shoot for the forthcoming Pink Floyd Animals album cover took place at Battersea Power Station in London, England with a giant inflatable pig lashed between two of the structure’s tall towers. A trained marksman was hired ready to fire if the inflatable escaped, but was not […]

In the early 60’s, one of the more popular TV shows in the UK was Morecambe and Wise. For people who never saw them, they were kind of like an English version of Laurel and Hardy. On their Dec. 2, 1963 show, their guests were The Beatles. Here is a clip of one of the […]

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