This Day In Music History
1964 – The Beach Boys record “All Summer Long.” Beginning in February 1964, Brian Wilson began a period of rigorous songwriting. Just weeks later he emerged with songs including “I Get Around”, “All Summer Long”, “Wendy” and “Girls on the Beach”. The other Beach Boys dubbed their vocals over the instrumental tracks performed by session musicians, all produced by the 21-year-old Wilson. After all those years Brian is finally back with the band. They have release a new single “That’s Why God Made The Radio” which of course can be heard on NJ101.5!
1973 – Paul Simon kicks off his first tour without partner Art Garfunkel. It is recorded and later released as ‘Live Rhymin’. The album presents a shortened version of the concerts he performed on this tour, which many consisted of up to 24 songs
1982 – Former manager of The Bay City Rollers Tam Paton, was convicted on a charge of gross indecency with boys and was sentenced to three years in jail. He would end up only serving one year of the three year sentence.
1997 – Crosby, Stills & Nash, The Jackson 5, The Bee Gees, Buffalo Springfield, Joni Mitchell, and The Young Rascals are all inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame during the first ever induction ceremony in Cleveland.