Day: February 8, 2021

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U.D.O. Frontman UDO DIRKSCHNEIDER Talks New Album – “In March I’m Going To The Studio Again”

February 8, 1974: KISS released their self-titled, debut album on Casablanca Records. Despite a poor showing on the US charts (peaking at #87) and having no hit singles, the LP sold 500,000 copies in the US alone. Read more at I Love It Loud!

MEGADETH’s DAVID ELLEFSON Says Lack Of ‘Direct’ Communication With DAVE MUSTAINE Led To 2004 Lawsuit MEGADETH’s DAVID ELLEFSON Says Lack Of ‘Direct’ Communication With DAVE MUSTAINE Led To 2004 Lawsuit Read the full article at Blabbermouth! https://www.facebook.com/233748106643860/posts/4193824953969469

February 8, 1964: As the Beatles enjoyed their first full day in America, “I Saw Her Standing There,” the B-Side of the current chart topping “I Want To Hold Your Hand,” entered the US charts, where it would eventually peak at #14 on the Billboard Hot 100. Read more at I Love It Loud!

February 8, 1957: Sun Records released Jerry Lee Lewis’ third single, “Great Balls Of Fire.” It reached #2 on the US pop chart, #3 on the R&B chart, and #1 on the country chart. It also went to #1 on the UK pop charts. Read more at I Love It Loud!

NIGHTWISH Vocalist FLOOR JANSEN Posts Episode #4 Of Online Masterclass – Belting, Curbing & Overdrive (Video) NIGHTWISH Vocalist FLOOR JANSEN Posts Episode #4 Of Online Masterclass – Belting, Curbing & Overdrive (Video) Read this article at Classic Rock Magazine!

NIGHTWISH Vocalist FLOOR JANSEN Posts Episode #4 Of Online Masterclass – Belting, Curbing & Overdrive (Video) NIGHTWISH Vocalist FLOOR JANSEN Posts Episode #4 Of Online Masterclass – Belting, Curbing & Overdrive (Video) Read this article at Classic Rock Magazine!

LAST IN LINE’s ANDREW FREEMAN Recalls JIMMY BAIN’s Final Days LAST IN LINE’s ANDREW FREEMAN Recalls JIMMY BAIN’s Final Days Read the full article at Blabbermouth! https://www.facebook.com/233748106643860/posts/4193951110623520

“I thought, ‘finally, I can make mistakes because no one is going to hear this album.’” David Bowie Producer Thought ‘Hunky Dory’ Would Flop Read the article at Ultimate Classic Rock: https://www.facebook.com/107710719302307/posts/5110205182386144

8 Feb 1990, Suffering from depression American singer songwriter Del Shannon died of self inflicted gunshot wounds. He scored the 1961 UK and US No.1 single ‘Runaway’, plus nine US and 12 other UK Top 40 singles. In 1963, he became the first American to record a cover version of a song by the Beatles: […]


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