On This Date 3-7-14


March 7th This Day In History



Music & Happenings Thru Out The Years On March 7th

1876…Alexander Graham Bell Received His Patent For The Telephone

1985…David Crosby Was Sent Back To Jail In Dallas After Leaving A Drug Treatment Center In Summit, New Jersey

Peter Wolf  (J. Geils Band-Centerfold #1 In ‘82/Was Married To Faye Dunaway)…Born In 1946

1985…We Are The World…The African Famine Relief Tune…Written By Michael Jackson And Lionel Richie And Produced By Quincy Jones…Was Released To Radio Stations.

1969…The Who Released The Single Pinball Wizard…The 1st Release From The Rock Opera Tommy…That Lp Would Come Out In May

1976…Elton John Became The First Rock Star Since The Beatles To Be Immortalized With A Wax Figure At Madame Tussaud’s In London

1993…The Black Crowes Cut Short A Concert In Louisville After A Member Of The Crew Was Beaten And Another Arrested By Narcotics Detectives Backstage.  The Cops Later Admit No Drugs Were Found

2001…Jerry Collins, Who Was A Member Of The Tramps, Was Convicted Of Attempted Murder And Aggravated Assault In Philadelphia…He Bashed His Wife’s Head Against A Sink…He Was Eventually Sentenced To 12 And Half To 25 Years In Prison

1987…The Beastie Boys Became The First Rap Act To Have A #1 Album In The U.S. When Their Debut Disc Licensed To Ill Hit The Top Of The Chart
…They Would Be Inducted Into The R&R Hof In 2012



1. Payphone
Maroon 5

2. Teach Your Children
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

3. Centerfold
J. Geils Band

4. We Are the World
U.S.A. for Africa

5. Pinball Wizard
The Who

6. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
Elton John

7. She Talks to Angels
Black Crowes

8. Disco Inferno

9. Fight for Your Right (To Party)
Beastie Boys











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