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2 years ago
"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!"
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2 years ago
On this day in 1987, Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin made history as the first female artist to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
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1 year 5 months ago
The year was still new when Huey Lewis and crew slid the second single from "Sports" to the world. It would hit the Top 10 by March. Who remembers cruising to Huey in 1984?
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2 years ago
With the arrival of hit single "Billie Jean" in January 1983, the world watched the King of Pop launch the Michael Jackson era with his enigmatic persona and groundbreaking moonwalk.
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2 years ago
This week, host Lyndsey Parker focuses on the undisputed Queen of Pop, the Material Girl herself, Madonna.
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2 years ago
George Michael's "Faith" held the top spot for an entire month en route to becoming Billboard's biggest song of the year.
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1 year 8 months ago
Cutting Crew was just an aspiring UK band when they released their first US single on New Year's Day, 1987. By May, it would be the #1 song in the country.
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2 years ago
On New Year's Eve in 1984, Rick Allen lost control of his Corvette in a severe crash. 35 years later, Allen still plays the drums - with a mission to help veterans.