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Today in Music History 03/16/18

On this day in 1964, The Beatles set a US record, when advance sales of “Can’t Buy Me Love” top two million. The record hit #1 and stayed there for four weeks. 202 more words


Review: Chicago Enjoys an Evening with the Eagles at the United Center


Chicago took it to the limit, as music fans in the Windy City enjoyed an evening with the Eagles on Wednesday night. Joined by openers, JD & The Straight Shot, as well as the band’s newest additions, Deacon Frey (son of the late Eagles’ co-founder, Glenn Frey) and country legend Vince Gill, Don Henley and company were poised to deliver an amazing night at the sold-out United Center. 896 more words


Today in Music History 03/09/18

Since I am such a big car guy, let’s start on this day in 1964, the Ford Motor Company began production of the Mustang.

On this day in 1978, The Eagles began recording “I Can’t Tell You Why,” the first song by the band to feature new bass guitarist Timothy B. 193 more words


He watches from his mountain walls

When we have visitors or, as often, without and just because I can, I  go and have a little tête-à-tête with Napoléon.  He sits on his mount, ‘ 1,582 more words


Don't Panic!

After I posted a TV theme from my childhood on Sunday, which attracted some rather lovely comments about the memories hearing it brought back, I started thinking about other TV themes which evoked the same kind of memories for me. 2,325 more words


10 Can't Miss Chicago Concerts This March: Justin Timberlake, Demi Lovato, P!nk


After a couple dry months for live music in the city, the concert train is gaining speed in the Windy City this month before festival season sneaks up on music fans everywhere. 755 more words


More Reasons to Book a Stay at the Eagles' Hotel California

Upwards of 32 million people have already checked into the Eagles’ Hotel California, a country-rock landmark that first charted during Christmas week in 1976 and spent two months in the No. 1,238 more words

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