Kool & The Gang hailed from Jersey City, New Jersey and formed in 1964 as The Jazziacs. They then … (read more…)
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1965, Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs release their garage classic “Wooly Bully.”
1966, Peter Tork opened a solo stint in Hollywood at The Troubadour. Tork had already auditioned for The Monkees, who he will join later in the year.
1964, The Beach Boys recorded their next single “I Get Around,” which became their first US number one in the summer of ’64.
1965, The Who made their first radio appearance on the UK BBC’s Joe Loss Pop Show.
1966, a charity concert at T … (read more…)
I’m your Uncle Marty, with adventure number 528, as we BREAK it all DOWN for you this time on The Award Winning 3D RadioActivity.
The Summer Of Love wasn’t all sunshine and flower power, and Arthur Lee wasn’t your average psychedelic band leader. For one, Lee was an African American in a whi … (read more…)