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January 25, 1958: Buddy Holly and The Crickets had their third Top Ten hit when “Oh Boy!” peaked at #10 on the US charts. It would go to #3 in the UK. Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD! https://www.facebook.com/360029113845/posts/10159304483473846

January 25, 1991: Paul McCartney recorded his Unplugged concert in London for MTV. He performed Rock n Roll oldies, some of his early solo material and a few Beatles songs, such as “Here, There and Everywhere” and “And I Love Her” which he played live for the first time ever. Read the full article at […]

January 25, 1969: Filming for “Get Back” continued at Apple Studios as The Beatles, rejoined by George Harrison (who quit the band on January 10th), worked on “On Our Way Home,” the working title of “Two Of Us” and “George’s Blues (Because You’re Sweet And Lovely,” which would become “For You Blue.” THE BEATLES Two […]

January 25, 1956: Happy Birthday to Andy Cox, guitarist with The English Beat and Fine Young Cannibals! Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD! https://www.facebook.com/360029113845/posts/10159304550488846

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January 23, 1965: Petula Clark had the #1 single in the US with “Downtown,” making her the first English female singer to top the charts since Vera Lynn did it in 1952. The song was also a #2 hit in the UK. Petula Clark Downtown. original version Read the full article at LOVE IT LOUD! […]

January 23, 1988: After a five-year hiatus from making music, George Harrison peaked at #8 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart with “Cloud Nine.” Produced by Jeff Lynne, this was George’s sixth and final Top Ten album as a solo artist and the last album released in his lifetime. Read the full article at LOVE […]

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January 20, 1968: Bob Dylan made his first public appearance in nearly two years, performing with The Band at a memorial concert for his hero, Woody Guthrie, at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Guthrie had died of complications of Huntington’s disease on October 3, 1967, while Dylan had been a virtual recluse since he’d […]

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