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Scott Larson 12h
August 18, 1971: Take Me Home, Country Roads by John Denver was certified as a million seller in the US. At the time, despite singing that West Virginia was "almost heaven", neither Denver or the song's writers, Bill Danoff & Taffy Nivert had ever been there.
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Michael Gigandet Aug 13
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Music History 13m
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TM On Music Aug 14
Today is the 78th birthday of legendary singer-songwriter and musician, founding member of THE BYRDS and CROSBY, STILLS & NASH - the great DAVID CROSBY!
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Clive Norman Aug 17
Took a detour past Headley Grange - the birthplace of “Stairway to Heaven” and so much more!
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Ultimate Guitar 13h
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St. John's 19h
St. John's Home resident Lloyd Oldham once again took the stage to sing with his friend Nate Rawls earlier this week. Catch up on the story of how Lloyd connected with legend Duke Ellington and his Orchestra back in the 1950s:
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Scott Larson Aug 17
August 17, 1968: Hush by Deep Purple was released in the US where it would climb to #4 by mid-September.
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Music History 57m
in 1886 Birth of Austrian-born, German and composer Robert .
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Michael Gigandet Aug 15
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Ángel Monroy آنخِل Aug 15
Taylor and Kanye: How two superstars and four words influenced a decade of pop culture
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Irmo Music Academy Aug 12
On this day in Music History: August 12th, 1968 - Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and John Bonham played together for the first time when they rehearsed at a studio in Gerrard Street in London's West End.
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CommonwealthOrchestra Aug 14
Now you've learned something today
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TM On Music 11h
THE WHO released their eighth studio album 41 years ago today - last one to feature the legendary Keith Moon as drummer.
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Music History 18h
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Music History Aug 17
in 1750 Birth of Italian and conductor Antonio .
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TM On Music Aug 17
Today is the 60th anniversary of the release of MILES DAVIS' acclaimed, famous and influential KIND OF BLUE!
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CRAVE Guitars Aug 17
Music Fact Of The Day: 17 August 1982 - Company executives from Philips, Sony and Polygram announced the pressing of the first commercial digital Compact Disc (CD).
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Music History Aug 17
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Michael Gigandet Aug 17
8/16/74 The Ramones play their first gig at CBGB
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