Posts tagged ‘The Beatles’

December 6, 2011

Tuesday Tip-Off: Tendre

Today’s tip-off is the latest from PE favorites Heypenny.

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August 4, 2011

This Day in History – Leon Chance on Jimmie Rodgers

It was this day in 1927 that the legendary Jimmie Rodgers was first recorded, helping usher in the birth of country music. Here to talk about this momentous occasion is keeper of the twang, the honky tonkin’ Leon Chance, who ties it all together with creationist theory, Star Wars and some intense yodel research.

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August 2, 2011

This Day in Music History – Alex Mann on James Jamerson

It was this day in 1983 that Motown bassist and the architect of some of pop music’s most memorable grooves, James Jamerson passed away. Here to tell us what JJ meant to him is Alex Mann, bassist in such musically diverse groups as The Hollows, Medusa, Whippoorwill and Deep Tan & The Frosted Tips.

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May 9, 2011

This Day in Music History

Thanks to History.com for letting us know about a special feather in Louis Armstrong’s cap that occurred today in 1964, where he defended America’s honor and once again proved why he was the coolest ever.  Find out more below.

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