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Rock and Roll March 13

  • 1956 – everyone must have been really excited when Elvis came out with his first album. This self-titled disc sold more than a million copies and became his first Gold record.
  • 1965 The Beatles were at the top of the Billboard chart for the seventh time with their song “Eight Days a Week”.
  • 1968 The Byrds Greatest Hits album goes Gold.
  • 1976 The Four Seasons had their final number one hit with “December 1963 (Oh What a Night)”.
  • 1980 Pink Floyd’s two-record set “The Wall” becomes Platinum.
  • 1987 Bob Seger has the honor of receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
  • 1999 Cher hits number one with her song “Believe”.
  • 2013 – legendary singer Bob Dylan gets voted into the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

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    • There have been albums like Bat Out of Hell from Meat Loaf that I have played a trillion times forsaking all others until I needed a change. Have you ever heard this really fun album with creative songs Spanish Train and Other Stories by Chris de Burgh. it is really awesome. You can now find it on YouTube.

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