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What makes a song a smash? Talent? Luck? Timing? All that—and more. Chris Molanphy, pop-chart analyst and author of Slate’s “Why Is This Song No. 1?” series, tells tales from a half-century of chart history. Through storytelling, trivia and song snippets, Chris dissects how that song you love—or hate—dominated the airwaves, made its way to the top of the charts and shaped your memories forever. Want more Hit Parade? Join Slate Plus to unlock monthly early-access episodes. Plus, you’ll get ad ...
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Exploring Music History with Professor Robert Greenberg one Monday at a time. Every Monday Robert Greenberg explores some timely, perhaps intriguing and even, if we are lucky, salacious chunk of musical information relevant to that date, or to … whatever. If on (rare) occasion these features appear a tad irreverent, well, that’s okay: we would do well to remember that cultural icons do not create and make music but rather, people do, and people can do and say the darndest things.
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History of House Music

History of House Music

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Contact - info@historyofhousemusic.org #1 fastest-growing House Music podcast. If you’re a fan of Defected Radio, Deeper Shades of House, Fish Go Deep & Deep House Cat then you’ll love this podcast. Classic House mix every month. Enjoy!
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Music History Today Network

Music History Today Podcast Network

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Your music podcast network for all things music history. The podcasts are: The Music History Today daily podcast: a briefing on the daily history of the glorious art form known as music Music Halls of Fame Weekly Podcast, where we celebrate a year in music and an inductee that year of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, along with examining whether a given artist of the week deserves to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Plus, we talk about another Hall of Fame, music museum, or wa ...
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This is as close to time travel as you can get. For now anyway! Marty Miller brings you this week in music history every week from RAdio Nova and Nova.ie. Prepare to be transported back in time - the nostalgia is real! Get your fill of music history from Marty Miller every week and get those classics out for a listen!
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The Music History Project

NAMM Resource Center

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NAMM’s resident Music Historian Dan Del Fiorentino and co-hosts examine the innovative creations, evolution of musical instruments, the changing world of music retail, music industry icons, and other topics covered in NAMM’s Oral History program. The NAMM Oral History program boasts over 4,500 interviews and is continually growing. For more information about NAMM’s Oral History program please visit https://www.namm.org/library.
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Obscure Music History is an investigative music podcast, sneaking behind-the-scenes to take apart B-sides and rarities of unpopular music. And it's a comedy! || Produced by Tom Hogan. He is also the host of Missing Richard Mercer, and Polish Club's Sophomore Slump. For more projects, visit TomHogan.com.au
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In hour one, host Rick Sadlier guides listeners through the past few decades of popular music, offering some insights and analysis. Hour two features a roundtable discussion with co-hosts Andrew Neylon and Tyler Clements, talking about the newest and most exciting trends in contemporary music.
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Welcome to the Music History Podcast! Have you ever wondered what a certain song is really about? Did Robert Johnson really sell his soul to the devil? Why did the Beatles really break up? This podcast explores the songs and stories that have shaped American music since the early 20th century. Each episode will explore a different topic in detail, hoping to entertain as well as inform music fans.
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Music History on a High Note

Erica Baker, Catalina Urhan

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Welcome to the podcast where we talk about all kinds of music history and we may or may not be impaired on a married iguana level. Two friends from high school still pulling their same shenanigans, just BETTER. Erica (vinyl collector) and Cat (photographer) put together their love of music and a fuck ton of research into a clusterfuck of awesome. Join us as we deep dive into topics from Motown to RCA Victor records, Fleetwood, 2pac, and then some. You ready? We're not
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My podcasts will be everything from politics to music to you name it ! I LIKE to talk. I like to talk ALOT too. I have a lot to say and would love to share it with you as well as hear what you have to say ! I will do ATLEASTE 1 podcast a week if not more. I know the audio is crappy but its the best i could do for what I have...and thats old equipment BUT I am setting what I can aside to upgrade when I can. If YOU like my show and would like to donate to help me improve please feel free to.
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Join David Menconi - host, writer, and longtime North Carolinian - for Carolina Calling: a podcast exploring the history of North Carolina, as told through its music and the musicians who made it. From Asheville to Wilmington, we’ll be diving into the cities and regions that have cultivated decades of talent as diverse as Blind Boy Fuller to the Steep Canyon Rangers, from Bob Moog to James Taylor and Rhiannon Giddens. Brought to you by Come Hear North Carolina and The Bluegrass Situation.
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Ongoing History of New Music looks at things from the alt-rock universe to hip hop, from artist profiles to various thematic explorations. It is Canada’s most well known music documentary hosted by the legendary Alan Cross. Whatever the episode, you’re definitely going to learn something that you might not find anywhere else. Trust us on this.
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Vintage House on WNUR is the premiere on-air radio show and podcast dedicated to illuminating and preserving the lives, music, and careers of #HouseMusic legends. Join us Every Wednesday on WNUR.org 89.3 or Stream. Powered by the Modern Dance Music Research and Archiving Foundation - www.DanceMusicFoundation.org is the ONLY repository in the United States dedicated solely to the study, preservation and celebration of the House and Dance Music Genres. Hosted by House Music Pioneers DJ Lori Br ...
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American History in Music

Floyd Randall Productions

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Stories and concept by Steve Floyd. Narration and music by John Randall. From the coast of Ireland, to the heart of America's Great Plains, and every place in between, join the O'Shea family as they attempt to triumph through history. Their adventures promise to be filled with action, romance, history, and cultural pride. This is a perfect supplement to any elementary or middle school history course. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/floydrandallproductions/support
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You’re listening to the Kingwood Kowboy’s “History Of Country Music.” I’m Larry W Jones, from Kingwood Texas and I’ll be showcasing the roots of classic and vintage Country, Cowboy, Western and Bluegrass music, with interesting commentaries on how the songs came about. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/larry-w-jones/support
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The history of the 1692 Salem Witch Trials told through music and story-telling in a format recalling an old time radio drama with a modern experimental prog-rock twist. Witch Hunt borrows freely from original sources of information from the time of the trials such as letters, books, poems, transcriptions of the trials themselves, as well as melodies from the Puritan hymn books. The music is highly original art-rock ranging from soft ambient soundscapes to heavy power riffs with many other s ...
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This week on the Music Halls of Fame Podcast, we discuss the year in music for 2009, along with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of 2009 inductee Jeff Beck. We also look at the case for putting Interpol into next year's class of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in their first year of eligibility. Plus, our spotlight Hall of Fame is the Irish Rock N R…
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Hey, it's Alan Cross. For the next few weeks of the Podcast, we’re diving deep into the Ongoing History of New Music Archives with a series called “The Top 100 Moments in New Rock”. In this ten-part series, we’re going to look at the 100 most significant events in new rock history...some are obvious–you know, the big stuff that made the news...you …
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John Taylor McClure (1929-2014; bottom left) with Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971; bottom right”) in the recording studio on July 20, 1964 We mark the death on June 17, 2014 – an even 10 years ago today – of the Grammy Award winning American record producer and Director of Columbia Masterworks Recordings John Taylor McClure. McClure was born in Rahway, …
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The week in 1948 Vinyl became THE thing as mass production kicked off – Know the science? Prince in 1990 was on the move and came to Cork for a "funky grooooove" And David Bowie dips his toe in leaving planet Earth. And I don’t mean Ziggy. This is June 17th to 21st in Music History. Listen to the week in less than 10 minutes.…
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What does a music producer do? If his name is Quincy Jones, a little bit of everything: conducting, arranging, composing. Assembling teams of ace session musicians. Sometimes, even picking a catchy title and telling an artist to go write a song about it— would “Thriller” have worked as well if it had been called “Starlight”? Quincy Jones was pop’s …
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For those who haven’t heard the announcement I posted , songs from this point on will sometimes be split among multiple episodes, so this is the first part of a two-episode look at the song “Everyday People”. This week we take a short look at the formation of Sly and the Family Stone, and in a week’s time we’ll look at the group’s career after they…
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Mark Sanders has been there and done that. From the '60 to his current output, Sanders has never given up on songs, creation, and finding the right tones to formulate excellent songs. Some of his first big stage tastes were opening for Ramblin Jack Elliot and The Blues Magoos after winning Battle of the bands at Daniels Den in Saginaw while in The …
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Todd Terry – Something Going On feat. Martha Walsh & Jocelyn Brown Julie McKnight – Home (Knee Deep Club Mix) Dennis Ferrer – Church Lady George Morel – Let’s Groove Karizma featuring DJ Spen – 4 The Love N-Joi – Anthem CeCe Peniston – Finally DJ Koze – Pick Up Funky Green Dogs – Fired Up (Murk’s Original Groove) Jaydee – Plastic Dreams Kings Of To…
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Keynote Fireside Chat with Robert Owens at The Chicago House Music Festival and Conference at Preston Bradley Hall 2023 In his own words, Robert Owens has been making house music ‘before house had a name’. One of the most distinctive, coveted and prolific voices in the genre, Robert has an illustrious career that started in late 80’s Chicago and ha…
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On the June 20 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Michael Jackson releases a double album, Bobby Brown and New Edition release albums, and David Bowie records a classic. Also, happy birthday to Lionel Richie. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you…
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On the June 19 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Motley Crue tours, Rocky Horror debuts, and Donna Summer signs. Plus, happy birthday to Macklemore and Paula Abdul. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUSIC HISTORY T…
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On this week's episode of the Music History in Depth Podcast, we discuss a report that decimated the entertainment industry, a classic song that started an icon's career, a couple sad endings to amazing careers, and we say happy birthday to a few people; one of whom is a member of Duran Duran. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel…
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On the June 18 edition of the Music History Today podcast, the Big Man passes away, and Hendrix becomes HENDRIX!!! in the most epic way possible. Plus, a very big happy birthday to Sir Paul McCartney and Blake Shelton. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever yo…
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On the June 17 edition of the Music History Today podcast, there are debuts from Katy Perry, Sam Smith, and Steve Winwood, and it's the end for Led Zeppelin. Plus, it's Barry Manilow's birthday. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from…
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On the June 16 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Grease is the word, Annie gets her gun, a couple of guys are on a mission from God, and it's day one of Monterrey. Plus, it's Tupac's birthday. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podca…
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On the June 15 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Bob Dylan records the greatest song ever recorded, Carlos Santana's biggest hit debuts, along with debut albums from the Offspring and Joy Division. Also, it's Waylon Jennings's and Ice Cube's birthdays.For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio versio…
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On the June 14 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Nat King Cole records a classic, Mick gets knighted, and Elvis graduates. Plus, it's MC Ren's and Boy George's birthdays. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUSIC HIS…
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This week on the Music Halls of Fame Podcast, we honor the year in music for 2006, along with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of 2006 inductees Black Sabbath, we look at the case for putting Gorillaz into next year's class of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Plus, our spotlight hall of fame is the Blues Museum Hall of Fame in Memphis, Tennessee & i…
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On the June 13 edition of the Music History Today podcast, a couple of trials end, a couple of legends pass away, and Paula Abdul debuts. Plus, members of the groups Smash Mouth, Weezer, and Heart celebrate birthdays. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you…
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On the June 12 edition of the Music History Today podcast, the Stones get a new guitarist, the Beasties do their final show, and Howard Jones says hello. Also, happy birthday to members of Whodini, They Might Be Giants, and Cheap Trick. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history pod…
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Hey, it's Alan Cross. For the next few weeks of the Podcast, we’re diving deep into the Ongoing History of New Music Archives with a series called “The Top 100 Moments in New Rock”. In this ten-part series, we’re going to look at the 100 most significant events in new rock history...some are obvious–you know, the big stuff that made the news...you …
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On this week's show, we discuss how the greatest song ever written came together, how the template for rock festivals came together, and we wish a happy birthday to the man who helped to write Come Together. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your …
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On the June 11 edition of the Music History Today podcast, a reality juggernaut premieres while reality hits tragically close to home, a concert is held to get a political prisoner out of prison, a super group is formed, and a country musician wows the Grand Ole Opry. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio…
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The real-life married couple Ludwig and Malvina Schnorr von Carolsfeld as Tristan and Isolde at the first performance of Tristan und Isolde on June 10, 1865 On June 10, 1865 – 159 years ago today – Richard Wagner’s magnificent and groundbreaking music drama Tristan und Isolde received its premiere in Munich under the baton of Hans von Bülow (whose …
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On the June 10 edition of the Music History Today podcast, strange things happen. A musical about witches premieres, while the legend who played a memorable role in the movie version of the book that the musical is based on is born. Also, 4 people from the 90s alternative rock era with the same birthday work with each other but not all at the same …
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On the June 9 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Left Eye sets the place on fire, Bruce signs, and Tina Turner has a movie. Also, happy birthday to Les Paul. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUSIC HISTORY TODAY POD…
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On the June 8 edition of the Music History Today podcast, the Rolling Stones make history twice and Rick Wakeman leaves Yes. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUSIC HISTORY TODAY PODCAST NETWORK LINKS - ⁠https://allmylinks.c…
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On the June 7 edition of the Music History Today podcast, two projects that would eventually guide John Travolta's career debut, Prince gives himself an interesting birthday gift, Grease debuts, a magazine article that inspired a movie is printed, and Blind Faith plays their first gig. Also, along with Prince, it's also Dean Martin's and Tom Jones'…
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This week on the Music History Today Podcast, we honor the year in music for 2013, along with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of 2013 inductee Rush, we look at the case for putting Joe Bonamassa into next year's class of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Plus, our spotlight walk of fame is the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, California and in…
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On the June 6 edition of the Music History Today podcast, the Beatles meet George Martin, an iconic album and song are released, a legendary show signs off, Michael Jackson quits, and the country goes down the slipping slope of censorship. Also, happy birthday to Steve Vai and Jimmy Jam. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or su…
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On the June 5 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez get married (not to each other), David Bowie debuts but not as David Bowie, U2 plays a memorable concert, and a politician's assassination inspires a classic song. Also, happy birthday to Mark Wahlberg and Pete Wentz. For more music history, subscribe to my Sp…
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Hey, it's Alan Cross. For the next few weeks of the Podcast, we’re diving deep into the Ongoing History of New Music Archives with a series called “The Top 100 Moments in New Rock”. This originally aired 20 years ago in the spring of 2004…and we thought it might be fun to hear where we’ve been, how things used to be, and how much everything has cha…
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This week on the Music History in Depth Podcast, a fake news article helps shape the career path of a Hollywood actor, censorship gets taken to the extreme, an album sells 20 million, and we say happy birthday to a Hollywood entertainment icon & also to a music icon. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio …
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On the June 4 edition of the Music History Today podcast, the gig that changed the world took place, Springsteen released his biggest selling album, and Avril Lavigne debuted. Plus, it's birthday cake time for El Debarge, Nikka Costa, and Cecilia Bartoli. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of m…
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Ludwig Alois Friedrich Ritter (“Ritter” meaning “Knight”) von Köchel” (18900-1877) We mark the death on June 3, 1877 – 147 years ago today – of the Austrian lawyer, botanist, geologist, teacher, writer, publisher, composer, and “musicologist” Ludwig Alois Friedrich Ritter (“Ritter” meaning “Knight”) von Köchel, of cancer, in Vienna. Born on January…
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It’s a week of goodbyes I’m afraid. This week in 97 we lost Faces man Ronnie Lane at age 51. 2002 it was the turn of Dee Dee Ramone And Beatles buddy Billy Preston was gone this week in 2006. In good news Def Leppard got a record deal this week in 79 and Bowie played Berlin with speakers pointed OVER 'The Wall' This is June 3rd to 7th in Music Hist…
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On the June 3 edition of the Music History Today podcast, we have the WuTang Clan, rock and roll gets banned; even Bill Clinton and Elvis make appearances. Also, birthday greetings go to Suzi Quatro, Curtis Mayfield, and Josephine Baker. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history po…
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On the June 2 edition of the Music History Today podcast, S Club 7, Bo Diddley, the Wailers, and C and C Music Factory make history. Plus, we have birthdays for members of Spandau Ballet, Sugarcubes, Cypress Hill, the Rolling Stones, the Bangles, and the Pretenders. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio v…
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On the June 1 mega stuffed edition of the Music History Today podcast, there's a lot of history made by the Beatles, Sting, Springsteen, Bowie, the Runaways, and Tito Puente. Also, happy birthday to a lot of people, as well, including Pat Boone and Alanis Morrissette. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio…
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Girl groups have long been underestimated—even by the producers and managers who created them. For women listeners, girl groups narrated profound emotions and expressed personal freedom—even when the singers were not so free themselves. For male listeners, girl groups provided inspiration, and a way to express matters of the heart. And for all list…
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On the May 31 edition of the Music History Today podcast, there's history made by Ginger Spice, Jimi Hendrix, the Who, the Eagles, and the Sex Pistols. Also, happy birthday to Azealia Banks and John Bonham. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your p…
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