It’s the weekend

The weekend is fast approaching. The weathers hot and getting hotter. What goes with hot weather, well that’s hot music. We believe that cracking tunes from the 60s to the 90s suit the weather. Throw in some great shows and you have a great mix. Be loud and proud and get that music turned up..

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This day in music 12th July

1991, Take That released their debut single ‘Do What U Like’ which was a commercial failure, peaking at No. 82 on the UK Singles Chart. The low-budget video for the track featured the band getting naked, showing their bare buttocks and smearing jelly over themselves, resulting in the video being banned from daytime television.

Paul Weller new album

Paul Wellers new album is set for release on the 14th Sept. Pre orders can now be made by using the link below. Paul’s new album ‘True Meanings’ will be released on September 14th. This is Paul’s 26th studio album and is a record unlike any he has ever made before. This is characterised by…

This day in 1969

This day in 1969, ‘Space Oddity’ by David Bowie was released in the UK for the first time. It was timed to coincide with the Apollo moon landing but had to be re-released before it became a hit, later in the year in the UK (but not until 1973 in the US). Bowie would later…

This day in 1964

1964, 200,000 Liverpudlians took to the streets to celebrate The Beatles return to Liverpool for the northern premiere of the group’s first film ‘A Hard Day’s Night.’ The group were honored in a public ceremony in front of Liverpool Town Hall and as The Beatles stood on a balcony looking at the large crowd gathered…

This day in 1983

On this day in 1983, The Police started an eight week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘Every Breath You Take’ also No.1 in the UK. This song came from the bands album Synchronicity, Sting won Song of the Year and The Police won Best Pop Performance for the song at the…

6th July 1963

On this day in 1963, James Brown went to No.2 on the US album chart with ‘Live At The Apollo’. Recorded on the night of October 24, 1962 at Brown’s own expense, it spent 66 weeks on the Billboard Albums chart. In 2003, the album was ranked No.24 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the…

5th July is 1963

In 1963, The Beatles played at the Plaza Ballroom in Dudley in the West Midlands. Appearing with The Beatles – Denny and the Diplomats, led by Denny Laine, who went on to join the Moody Blues and eventually, Paul McCartney’s group Wings. What a great night…..

Alan Longmuir