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March 17, 1978: Elvis Costello released his second album, “This Year’s Model.” This was his first album to feature The Attractions as his backing band, and would go to #4 on the UK charts. Elvis Costello & The Attractions – Pump it up 1978 Elvis Costello & The Attractions – Pump it up 1978 Article […]

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Sad…Dick Dale, the King of the Surf Guitar has died. He was 82 years old. R.I.P. Article reposted from

March 10, 1950: Remembering drummer Ted McKenna of The Sensational Alex Harvey Band on what would have been his 69th Birthday. The Sensational Alex Harvey Band – Giddy Up A Ding Dong ( Spotlight 1973 Vinyl 33 Rpm Remastered ) Spotlight was Broadcasted by ORF Austria Article reposted from

March 10, 1977: Three months after they were dropped by EMI for saying "fuck" and "shit" on live TV, Sex Pistols signed with A&M Records. A ceremonial signing took place (with an obviously very drunk band) at 7:00 a.m. at a table set up outside of Buckingham Palace. The actual signing had taken place the […]

March 10, 1964: Simon and Garfunkel recorded the song "The Sound Of Silence"' at Columbia Studios in New York. It would be included on their October 1964 debut album "Wednesday Morning At 3:00" but the album would flop and the duo would break up. However, "The Sound of Silence" would soon be played on radio […]

March 10, 1940: Happy Birthday to Dean Torrence of Jan and Dean! Jan & Dean – Surf City (1963) – Original clip Two girls for every boy I bought a '30 Ford wagon and we call it a woody (Surf City, here we come) You know it's not very cherry, it's an oldie but a […]

March 10, 1975: John Lennon released his cover of Ben E. King’s “Stand by Me” as a single in the US. It would peak at #20 on the charts. It would be John’s last single until 1980; he would retire from making music for the next five years. John Lennon – stand by me ( […]

March 5, 1971: During a concert in Belfast, Ireland Zeppelin performed “Stairway to Heaven”, “Rock and Roll”, “Black Dog” and “Going to California” live for the first time. Led Zeppelin – Black Dog (1973 Live HD) "Led Zeppelin – Black Dog" from the Concert DVD "The Song Remains the Same" High Quality and good music […]

March 5, 1963: Country singer Patsy Cline, along with Cowboy Copas and Hawkshaw Hawkins, was killed when their small plane crashed near Camden, Tennessee. They were travelling to Nashville after appearing at a benefit concert for the widow of Kansas City disc jockey "Cactus" Jack Call, who had died in a car crash. Patsy Cline […]

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