Today in Rock History – May 29th

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1965, Bob Dylan’s album Bringing It All Back Home was at No.1 on the charts, his second No.1 album. 1965, The Beach Boys started a two week run at No.1 on the singles chart with “Help Me Rhonda,” the group’s second US No.1. 1967, The Move, Cream, Jimi Hendrix Experience, Zoot Money and Pink Floyd all […]

Today in Rock History – April 4th

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1964, The Beatles held the top five places on the US singles chart, at No. 5 “Please Please Me,” No.4 “I Want To Hold Your Hand,” No.3, “Roll Over Beethoven,” No.2 “Love Me Do,” and at No.1 “Can’t Buy Me Love.” They also had another nine singles on the chart, bringing their total to fourteen […]

Today in Rock History – February 12th

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1965, Pye Records announced that they’d signed ‘the British Bob Dylan’, when they added Donovan to the label. The Scottish singer-songwriter produced a series of hit albums and singles between 1965 and 1970 and became a friend of leading pop musicians including Joan Baez, Brian Jones, and The Beatles. He influenced John Lennon when he […]

Today in Rock History – January 18th

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1964, The Beatles made their US chart debut when “I Want To Hold Your Hand” entered the chart at No.45 just ten days after its release, making it the fastest-breaking and the fastest selling single in Capitol Records history. It went on to spend seven weeks at the No.1 position. 1965, The Rolling Stones recorded […]

Today in Rock History – December 8th

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1966, Working at Abbey Road in London, Paul McCartney overdubbed his lead vocal for ‘When I’m Sixty-Four’. Then The Beatles set about remaking a new John Lennon song ‘Strawberry Fields Forever.’ 1967, Pink Floyd appeared at the Royal College of Art in London. 1968, Singer and guitarist Graham Nash left The Hollies and started work […]

The Award Winning 3D RadioActivity is playing Winners & Losers

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On this episode of The Award Winning 3D RadioActivity we are continuing our recent musical theme.  We have heard songs about games, tunes about The Olympic events and other sports were the focus last time, and now we have started with Win or Lose for the fortunate and for those who aren’t as lucky.   It’s […]