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"Let's Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute to Prince" features a top tier lineup, including former Prince drummer Sheila E. who shared, "To be able to help celebrate the life of a dear friend and be a part of this and be musical director is awesome."
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Today--January 10--is Pat Benatar's 67th birthday! Shockingly, the current Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominee has never had a #1 hit. These are the biggest songs in the tiny dynamo's storied career. What's your favorite Benatar tune?
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Van Halen released the band's biggest album on January 9, 1984. It would also be their last with singer David Lee Roth.
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Fun fact: Did you know that four of Bowie's six biggest hits happened in the '80s? It's true!
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Tensions were running high within Journey when they released this single on January 8, 1985. A terminally ill 16-year-old Cleveland fan in would give the guys some profound perspective, thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. And yes, we're crying right now.
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Ocean Blue frontman David Schelzel discusses being signed to the "absolute coolest label in the 80's for America," as young teens as well as the band's new album, their first full-length release in over six years.
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Prince released the groundbreaking "Purple Rain" album in June 1984. In January 1985, it was still the most popular album in America. Did you go #purple for Prince in the '80s?
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"Put your left leg down, put your right leg up"... because on this day in 1987, Beastie Boys rocked off America's striped tube socks with "Brass Monkey, that Funky Monkey!"