In 1964, with their “teen death song”, the vocal band The Shangri-Las went No.1 “Leader Of The Pack”

The “teen death songs” genre that was bizarrely popular during the early 1960’s, in 1964 the vocal band The Shangri-Las jumped on the band wagon and made one of the most memorable songs within that style, “Leader Of The Pack”

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Former Screaming Trees lead singer Mark Lanegan turns 55 today

Mark Lanegan came to prominence during the 1990’s as part of the Seattle Grunge scene as the singer for the Screaming Trees, today with a successful solo career he is one of the most acclaimed alternative music singer-songwriters, Lanegan turns 55 today

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Roy Orbison’s “Oh, Pretty Woman” Goes No.1 in 1964

One of Roy Orbison’s signature songs, “Oh, Pretty Woman” the song was honored with a Grammy Hall of Fame Award and was named one of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll, it had a resurgence in 1990 when it was used as the title song for the movie “Pretty Woman”

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The Top 5 Keanu Reeves Movies

Keanu Reeves was born on September 2, 1964, in Beirut, Lebanon, and was raised in Toronto, Canada. He is one of the most recognized faces in the big screen and one of our favorite actors. Let’s look at his Top 5 Movies

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Colombian actor John Leguizamo turns 55 today

John Leguizamo is one of the most familiar faces on the big screen since the 1990’s, starring in several hit movies since his role as Luigi in the 1993 “Super Mario Bros”, but before that the Colombian actor had some appearances in memorable 1980’s TV series and music videos

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Remembering Chris Cornell: The Top 10 Soundgarden Songs

Chris Cornell, one of the chief architects of the 1990’s Grunge movement was born 55 years ago today, we remember his voice and his music on this Top 10 Soundgarden Songs

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The Beatles debut movie “A Hard Day’s Night” premiered on this day in 1964

Ever since it’s original release, The Beatles debut movie “A Hard Day’s Night” has developed a cult status, and remains hugely influential on Pop culture

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In 1964 Peter and Gordon hit the top of the charts with their debut single, the Lennon-McCartney song “A World Without Love”

Written by Paul McCartney at age 16 and attributed to Lennon–McCartney, “A World Without Love” was first recorded by the British duo Peter and Gordon, released as their debut single on February 28, 1964

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The NME Poll Winners Awards of 1964 gathered together some of the greatest Rock bands and artists ever on one stage, including The Beatles and The Rolling Stones

One of the greatest Rock events of all time, the NME Poll Winners concert of 1964 took place on April 26, 1964, at the Empire Pool, Wembley and it featured an all-star lineup

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Erasure’s singer Andy Bell turns 55 today

Andy Bell formed Erasure together with former Depeche Mode member Vince Clarke in 1985, and since then, the group has gained cult status among fans of Pop and Electronic Pop music due to hits such as “Sometimes”, “Give A Little Respect” or “Stop!” He was born on this day in 1964

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The legendary 1964 “T.A.M.I.” The show was released on theaters in the U.K on this day in 1965

“T.A.M.I.” Show (“Teen Age Music International”), was held during two dates on October 1964 at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium and featured acts such as James Brown, Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, Marvin Gaye, The Supremes and Chuck Berry among many others. The film of the concert was first released in theaters in December 1964, and on April 19, 1965

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Revisiting The Rolling Stones 1964 debut album, that marked the beginning of their amazing journey

In 1964 the Rolling Stones began their amazing journey with their debut album “The Rolling Stones”. Essentially a Blues and Rock N’ Roll covers LP, the album also included some of the first compositions by the Stones and Jagger/Richards. We revisit this essential classic Rock album released on this day 55 years ago

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Folk singer and artist Tracy Chapman turns 55 today

Tracy Chapman’s beautifully crafted modern folk songs marked the difference back in the 1980’s. She put Folk and simple songs back in the charts just like Bob Dylan and Joan Baez had made it back in the 60’s. We look back at her career today that she turns 55

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80’s Hollywood heartthrob Rob Lowe turns 55

Actor Rob Lowe rose to fame as a heartthrob in such movies as ‘St. Elmo’s Fire,’ later finding a comfort zone on TV with ‘The West Wing,’ ‘Parks and Recreation’ and ‘The Grinder.’

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The Beatles enter the mainstream U.S charts for the first time in 1964 with “I Wanna Hold Your Hand”

The 1964 Hot 100 chart attack of The Beatles with “I Wanna Hold Your Hand” kicked off the Beatlemania in the U.S. The single became the band’s best selling one worldwide and still regarded as a Rock music staple

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