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bekitty Sep 20
Frands, it is the end of an era. The Killers' "Mr Brightside" has dropped off the UK top 100 charts for the first time since its release in September 2003.
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Jansen's Jamz 3h
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Music Fan Sep 21
A reminder that this is a twitter for my music fans only fan page. The page is for posting music using & .
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The Platfxrm 5h
[Sep. 23, 1930 - Jun. 10, 2004] // Iconic singer and pianist, Ray Charles Robinson, was born on this day back in 1930 ❤️🖤💚🎹🎤
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Notori 19h
Any pop music buffs out there - what was the 1920s equivalent of "devil music"? What bands or singers come to mind as like "The deviant satan worshiping teenagers listen to that!"?
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Howl from the Embers 5h
23/09/1939: Roy Buchanan was born in Ozark, Arkansas. For the full biography:
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Michael Gigandet 6h
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Pip R. Lagenta Sep 20
The history of music has some very weird stuff in it.
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Irmo Music Academy Sep 22
On this day in Music History: September 22nd, 1990 - Garth Brooks album 'No Fences' entered the US album chart. It went on to become the biggest selling country album of all time and sold over 13m copies in the first five years of release.
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The Melody Bridge 🎵 Sep 19
Today in 1960, went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'The Twist.'
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Scott Larson Sep 21
September 22, 1965: San Francisco Rock group, The Great Society, with Grace Slick on lead vocals, made its stage debut at the Coffee Gallery in North Beach, California. The band would eventually evolve into Jefferson Airplane.
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BA Entertainment 1h
September 23rd, 1995. Jamaican Reggae singer Shaggy, scores his second No. 1 UK single when "Boombastic", went to the top of the charts for one week and then became a US No. 1.
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Howl from the Embers Sep 22
Tampa Red the full biography:
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Scott Larson Sep 20
September 21, 1968: Midnight Confessions by The Grass Roots entered the Billboard Pop chart where it would peak at #5, becoming their most successful record.
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Jean Sunn Sep 21
Replying to @jean_sunn1
Carl was so poor that he could hardly move, I suppose he would have done anything for a bowl of soup Carl Perkins - Blue Suede Shoes - Perry Como Show -1956
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Teddy Ruxspizzle 44m
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Jean Sunn Sep 19
Let's watch this together: SAM PHILLIPS The Man who Invented Rock & Roll (PART 2)
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Teddy Ruxspizzle 2h
The late would have been 93 today. (September 23, 1926 – July 17, 1967)
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Teddy Ruxspizzle 42m
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Teddy Ruxspizzle 45m
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