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Happy 61st birthday to Bono, born 10 May 1960, Irish singer-songwriter with U2, who had the 1984 UK No.3 single ‘Pride, In The Name Of Love’ plus over 25 other UK Top singles. Their 1987 UK and worldwide No.1 album The Joshua Tree spent 156 weeks on the UK chart. U2 are one of the […]

Happy 61st birthday to Bono, born 10 May 1960, Irish singer-songwriter with U2, who had the 1984 UK No.3 single ‘Pride, In The Name Of Love’ plus over 25 other UK Top singles. Their 1987 UK and worldwide No.1 album The Joshua Tree spent 156 weeks on the UK chart. U2 are one of the […]

9 May 2020, Little Richard died of bone cancer at the age of 87. He had his biggest hits in the 1950s and was known for his exuberant performances and flamboyant outfits. With the likes of Chuck Berry and Elvis, he was one of the handful of US acts who mixed blues, R&B and gospel […]

8 April 1964, The Supremes record ‘Where Did Our Love Go’ at Motown Studios in Detroit. The song would become their first US No.1 single. Originally founded as the Primettes in Detroit, Michigan, in 1959, the Supremes were the most commercially successful of Motown’s acts and are, to date, America’s most successful vocal group with […]

Happy 77th Birthday to Diana Ross, born 26 March 1944, American singer, The Supremes (1964 UK & US No.1 single ‘Baby Love’ plus over 20 other US & UK Top 40 hits). Solo (1980 US No.1 single ‘Upside Down, 1986 UK No.1 single ‘Chain Reaction’). During the 1960s The Supremes became Motown’s most successful act, […]

10 March 1977, At 7am in the morning on a trestle table set up out-side Buckingham Palace, London, the Sex Pistols signed to A&M Records, (the real signing had taken place the day before). An after party was held at the offices of A&M records following the signing where the group set about reeking unforeseen […]

28 Feb 1983, U2 released their third studio album War. Produced by Steve Lillywhite, the album has come to be regarded as U2’s first overtly political album, in part because of songs like ‘Sunday Bloody Sunday’ and ‘New Year’s Day.’ War became the band’s first No.1 album in the UK (knocking Michael Jackson’s Thriller from […]

Very sad to hear that The Supremes member Mary Wilson has died at her Las Vegas home aged 76. Mary is best known for co-founding The Supremes at the age of just 15 alongside Diana Ross and Florence Ballard in Detroit. She stayed with the Motown Records trio until its dissolution in 1977. The Supremes […]

15 Jan 1961, The Supremes signed a world wide recording contract with Motown Records. Originally founded as the Primettes, they became the most commercially successful of Motown’s acts and are, to date, America’s most successful vocal group with 12 No.1 singles on the Billboard Hot 100. https://www.thisdayinmusic.com/artists/the-supremes/ The Supremes: Where Did Our Love Go | […]

26 Nov 1976, The Sex Pistols released the single ‘Anarchy In The UK’. Originally issued in a plain black sleeve, the single was the only Sex Pistols recording released by EMI, and reached No.38 on the UK Singles Chart before EMI dropped the group on 6 January 1977. https://www.thisdayinmusic.com/artists/sex-pistols/ Sex Pistols: How To Ruin A […]


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