Today In Music History – March 28th.

Marty Miller
0
109
  • 11
    Shares

Every day on Radio Nova, just before 11am, we play a couple of songs key to “today in music history” Have a listen! But for now – here’s some light reading and watching.  March 28th in Music History looks like this.

1964 Madame Tussauds, London unveiled the wax works images of The Beatles, the first pop stars to be honoured.

1967 Working on sessions for the new Beatles album Sgt. Pepper at Abbey Road studios in London, John Lennon recorded his lead vocal for ‘Good Morning Good Morning’, and Paul McCartney added a lead guitar solo to the track. Lennon had decided he wanted to end the song with animal sound effects, and asked that they be sequenced in such a way that each successive animal was capable of scaring or eating the preceding one.

1973 Led Zeppelin released their fifth studio album, Houses Of The Holy in the UK. The album title was a dedication by the band to their fans who appeared at venues they dubbed ‘Houses of the Holy’

1976 Genesis began their first North American tour since Peter Gabriel left the band, appearing in Buffalo, New York, with Phil Collins taking over as lead singer

1981 Blondie started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘Rapture’, the group’s fourth US No.1 and the first No. 1 song in the US to feature rap and its lyrics.

1982 David Crosby was arrested after crashing his car on the San Diego Highway. Police also found cocaine and a pistol in the Crosby Stills & Nash stars car. When the police asked Crosby why he carried the gun, his reply was, “John Lennon”

2000 Jimmy Page accepted substantial undisclosed libel damages from a magazine which claimed he had caused or contributed to the death of his Led Zeppelin bandmate John Bonham.

2013 Justin Bieber ran into some trouble at Munich airport when customs officials detained and quarantined his monkey.

2014 Tickets for Kate Bush first live shows in 35 years sold out in less than 15 minutes. She hadn’t performed live since 1979

Don’t forget you can now get This Week in Music History every Friday from Nova.ie and Radio Nova.

To subscribe to the podcast, just click here