Every day on Radio Nova, directly before 11 a.m., we play a few songs key to “Today in Track History.” Have a listen! But for now – here’s some light reading and looking. March nineteenth in Music History seems like this. 1965, The Tailor And Cutter Magazine ran an article asking The Rolling Stones to begin carrying ties. The present-day style no longer encompasses moving ties with shirts, and plenty of tie-makers faced financial catastrophe. 1974 Jefferson Airplane re-named the group and has become Jefferson Starship.
1975 Led Zeppelin played the primary of bought-out nights at the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, Canada. Tickets cost $7.50.
In 1982, Ozzy Osbourne guitarist and former Quiet Riot member Randy Rhoads was killed while the aircraft he became pleasure driving in crashed.
In 2006, Shakira became the first pop famous person to release an unmarried handiest as a cellular download. The singer’s coming near release ‘Hips Don’t Lie’ might now not be issued in the US as a CD or as a download through the net but could be available to telephone users connected to telephone organization Verizon. 2009 Eighties pop fan Justine Thompson was ordered to pay more than £1,040 for time and again to play The Cure’s ‘Boys Don’t Cry’ at the complete blast. Thompson had also belted out ‘Geno’ through Dexy’s Midnight Runners and The Smiths ‘This Charming Man’ so loudly it shook flats around her home in Brighton. WHAT length sound device did she have in her gaff!?
Don’t forget you may now get This Week in Music History every Friday from Nova. i.e., Radio Nova.