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Neil Diamond attended NYU on a Fencing Scholarship, and was a member of the NCAA Men's Fencing Championship in 1960. Bored in college he'd often skip school to take the train to Tin Pan Alley and try to sell the songs he was writing

There's a link between Dixon's work and the relationship between Blues and Rock and Roll working with Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley as they pioneered the New Rock Music. Then his songs were covered by some of the biggest Rock Acts including: Cream, Jeff Beck, The...

about an hour before Show Time a Helicopter lands on his side lawn and whisks him across the Water into the City and a Rooftop Landing Pad where he takes an elevator down to a waiting Limo that in a short trip deposits him in the bowels of Madison Square Garden just pr...

Charlie started playing it on his show. The phones lit-up with fans asking who the band was. It didn't take long for the record folks to to pick up the buzz and sign them.

Fun Fact: Daryl Hall said they hate being called "Hall and Oates," and as John pointed out there is not one album cover that says that, they all are labeled, "Daryl Hall and John Oates."

(Fun fact: Boz Skaggs rejoined him for that and the second album and then devoted to singing traditional Blues, went solo.)

Stay with it until the end, I believe those are some Beatles friends and relatives helping out with the na-na-na-NANA-NAHs. If you feel like doing some na-na-na-nahhhss yourself, crank it up! The Sound Is Close to Perfect, and I found myself singing along.

In 1971 after a couple of weak Studio Albums, the Allman Brothers released a Live Album, "At Fillmore East," that threw off two big singles, "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" and "Whipping Post," and is considered one of the best Live Recordin...

​Fun Fact: Baba O'Reily is the official theme song of Jerry Chestnut, ranked first in the world by Major League Eating.

We'll be visiting David again every once and a while at TDR remembering the highlights of his astronomical career, like this Clown singing ASHES TO ASHES from his 1980 album, "Scary Monsters and Super Creeps." We can't even guess at what must have bee...

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