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  • Today in Rock History – November 30

    1963, The Beatles second album With The Beatles became the first million selling album by a group in the UK. 1968, Glen Campbell started a five-week run at number one on the album chart with “Wichita Lineman.” The song was written by Jimmy Webb, who’s inspiration for the lyrics came while driving through Washita County […] The post Today in Rock History – November 30 appeared first on .

  • Guest DJ – Mark Giangreco

    The long time Chicago sportscaster joined me for two hours to play a great selection of R&B gems and deep tracks. Mark grew up in Buffalo listening to stations like WCFL, WLS, and CKLW out of Windsor, Canada. As a ten-year old, he dreamed of being a Top-40 disc jockey like Larry Lujack or Dick […] The post Guest DJ – Mark Giangreco appeared first on .

  • Today in Rock History – November 29

    1965, This week’s UK Top 5 albums, number five, Out Of Our Heads, The Rolling Stones, number four, Highway 61 Revisited, Bob Dylan, number three, Help!, The Beatles, number two, Mary Poppins Soundtrack, and at number one, Sound Of Music Soundtrack. 1965, Colorado Governor John A. Love declared a Rolling Stones day throughout the State […] The post Today in Rock History – November 29 appeared first on .

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