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June 18th, 1942
Paul McCartney Paul McCartney, The Beatles Wings, solo. The most successful rock composer of all time. McCartney first met John Lennon on July 6th 1957, who was impressed that Paul could tune a guitar. With The Beatles he scored 21 US No.1 & 17 UK No.1 singles plus McCartney has scored over 30 US & UK solo Top 40 hit singles. He has written and co-written 188 charted records, of which 91 reached the Top 10 and 33 made it to No.1 totalling 1,662 weeks on the chart.
1955 – Chuck BerryChuck Berry recorded ‘Maybellene’ at Universal Recording Studios, Chicago, Illinois. The song adapted in part from the Western swing fiddle tune ‘Ida Red’ is said to be one of the first rock and roll songs. The track became Berry’s debut single release in July of this year where it peaked at No.5 on the US chart.
1963 – The BeatlesThe Beatles recorded two BBC radio programs at the Playhouse Theatre in London. They recorded five songs for Saturday Club and six songs for Steppin’ Out.
1988 – Led ZeppelinLed Zeppelin reunited for the Atlantic Records 40th anniversary party at Madison Square Garden, New York, appearing with Jason Bonham the son of John Bonham on drums. Other acts performing included Foreigner, Crosby, Stills and Nash, Genesis, Emerson Lake and Palmer, Wilson Pickett and Ben E. King.
Covid-19 has taken too many from us. We mourn for those gone and long for those we miss. Keep the faith and know we will all be together again.
Hope this post finds you well and making the most of these difficult times. This is a repost of Music Around The World from my friend David Steinhart. Play safe and be well…
Hope you are doing well. Music gives me good energy. Probably it’s the same for you. I’ve watched many coronavirus YouTube videos. People around the world are creating great songs because of Covid-19. Below are 10 YouTube videos I liked.
Building Community With Music, David
Here are the 10 songs [in no particular order]. Enjoy . . .
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