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Throwback Thursday: This Week In History

This week in history – all you need to know about this week’s musical past lives.
1957, The Elvis Presley classic, ‘Jailhouse Rock’ was released...

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Throwback Thursday: This Week in History

Here are the deets on what went down this week in music history:

1945 – Elvis Presley made his debut public appearance in a talent contest at the Mississippi Alabama Dairy Show...

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Throwback Thursday: This Week in History

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY

1931: The first long-playing record, a 33 1/3 rpm recording, was demonstrated at the Savoy Plaza Hotel in New York. The high price of record players ($95, $1140 in today's standards) doomed the technology, however, and it would not be revived for another 17 years

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Throwback Thursday: This Week in History

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY
1958: The first Gold record album presented by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) was awarded to the soundtrack LP, 'Oklahoma'...

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Throwback Thursday: This Week in History

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY
1944: Jeff Beck was born, guitarist. Beck worked with Screaming Lord Sutch before replacing Eric Clapton in The Yardbirds...

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Throwback Thursday: This Week in History

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY
1938: Don 'Sugarcane' Harris was born. US guitarist, pianist, 50's duo Don & Dewey. Worked with Little Richard, John Mayall and Frank Zappa. Di...

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Throwback Thursday: This Week in History

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY

1963: The Beatles, on the last night of their tour with Roy Orbison, performed at King George's Hall, Blackburn, Lancashire...

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Throwback Thursday: This Week in History

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY

1942: Glenn Wallichs launched Capitol Records in the US. The label became home to such artists as Frank Sinatra, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Eddie Cochran, Gene Vincent, Bobby Darin, Dean Martin, Glen Campbell, Steve Miller, Dr...

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Throwback Thursday: This Week in History

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY

1964: Eleven boys were suspended from a school in Coventry, England for having Mick Jagger haircuts.

1964: Pirate radio station 'Sutch' was started by Screaming Lord Sutch, broadcasting from former army fort 'Shivering Sands' in The Thames Estuary...

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