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Monday, January 21, 2019

Midweek Music Miscellany Wednesday 23rd. January 2019 from 11.30AM to 12.30PM om

Play list Midweek Music Miscellany Wednesday 23rd. January 2019 from 11.30AM to 12.30PM on 103.2 Dublin City FM or plus PHONE APPS


1. Soul Limbo ( 2.20 ) - Booker T. & The MGs - CD Top Of The Stax Stax Records

2. Southbound I- 95 ( 4.24 ) - J.P. Soars - CD Southbound I - 95

3. God Bless The Ramones ( 3.52 ) - Jason Ringenberg - CD Stand Tall
2019 RELEASE 9th. February 2019

4. Home ( 5.07 ) - Terrie Gray - SINGLE

5. Life Is a Long Song ( 3.17 ) - Jethro Tull - CD A Little Light Music Chrysalis Records

6. By My Side ( 3.20 ) - Tommy Keyes - CD Temptation Once Again

7. Got To Go Where The Love Is ( 4.23 ) - Van Morrison - CD The Prophet Speaks

8. Seven Spanish Angels ( 4.10 ) - Jarrod Dickenson - EP Under A Texas Sky
2019 RELEASE due in March
Jarrod Dickenson Tour
Wednesday, January 23 @ 9:00PM Spirit Store Dundalk, Co. Louth
Thursday, January 24 @ 7:30PM Empire Music Hall Belfast, NI
Sunday, January 27 @ 8:00PM Whelan's Dublin, IE
Wednesday, January 30 @ 7:30PM The Deaf Institute Manchester, UK
Thursday, January 31 @ 7:30PM Celtic Connections (Venue Upgraded Due To Demand!) The Blue Arrow, Glasgow, UK

9. Dublin Blues ( 4.45 ) - Jarrod Dickenson - EP Under A Texas Sky
2019 RELEASE due in March

10. I'm Glad For Your Sake ( But Sorry For Mine ) ( 3.06 ) - Jarrod Dickenson - EP Under A Texas Sky
2019 RELEASE due in March

Liza Hingerty & Band Leeson Lounge, Dublin 2 ( Leeson Street Bridge area & near Luas Charlemont Stop ) Thursday 24th. January 2019

Derby Browne and The Bugle Babes Friday 1st. February 2019 1PM National Concert Hall Dublin
David Wray piano / musical director

Derby Browne and The Bugle Babes perform music by The Andrews Sisters, King Sisters, Glenn Miller, The Chordettes, and many more sister groups from the forties and fifties heyday from their debut album – ‘Gee Whizz!’

Featuring ‘Sisters’, ‘Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy’ and ‘Mr.Sandman’

Presented by Derby Browne

Check out the following for information re upcoming Live Jazz Events : Ticket Irish Times Saturdays

January 23rd: On this day
1956, Rock 'n' Roll fans in Cleveland aged under 18 were banned from dancing in public (unless accompanied by an adult), after Ohio Police introduced a law dating back to 1931.
1965, 'Downtown' made Petula Clark the first UK female singer to have a No.1 on the US singles chart since Vera Lynn in 1952. The song was also a No.2 hit in the UK. Recorded in three takes (with the second take ultimately chosen as the completed track), session players in the studio recording included Jimmy Page.
1967, Pink Floyd spent the first of three days recording the Syd Barrett songs Arnold Layne and Candy And A Current Bun at Sound Techniques Studios, Chelsea, London. According to Roger Waters, Arnold Layne was based on a real person - a transvestite whose primary pastime was stealing women's clothes and undergarments from washing lines in Cambridge.
1969, Working at Apple studios in London, The Beatles (with Billy Preston on keyboards) recorded ten takes of a new song called 'Get Back'.
1971, Steel Mill played their final show when they appeared at the Upstage Club, Asbury Park, New Jersey. Singer Bruce Springsteen formed new bands during the rest of the year known under such names as the Bruce Springsteen Jam, Dr. Zoom and the Sonic Boom, and finally the Bruce Springsteen Band.
1971, George Harrison became the first solo Beatle to have a No.1 when ' 'My Sweet Lord' went to the top of the UK single charts. The song from his 'All Things Must Pass' album stayed at No.1 for five weeks. The track returned to the top of the UK charts in 2002, following his death.
1971, Dawn started a three week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Knock Three Times', the group's first No.1, which was also an UK No.1.
1976, David Bowie released his tenth studio album Station to Station, which was the vehicle for his last great character, the Thin White Duke. The album was recorded after he completed shooting Nicolas Roeg's The Man Who Fell to Earth, and the cover artwork featured a still from the movie. The album made the top five in both the UK and US charts.
1978, American musician and songwriter Terry Kath, best known as the original guitarist, and founding members of the rock band Chicago accidentally shot himself dead. After a party at roadie and band technician Don Johnson's home in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, Kath picked up a semiautomatic 9 mm pistol and, leaning back in a chair, said to Johnson, "Don't worry about it ... look, the clip is not even in it." To satisfy Johnson's concerns, Kath showed the empty magazine to Johnson. Kath then replaced the magazine in the gun, put the gun to his temple and pulled the trigger. Apparently unbeknownst to Kath, however, there was still one round in the chamber, and he died instantly from the gunshot
1988, Michael Jackson went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'The Way You Make Me Feel'. It was the third single from Jackson's seventh studio album Bad for which Jackson had written over sixty songs for the album, with plans of releasing a three disc album, but producer Quincy Jones convinced Jackson to make Bad a one disc LP.
1988, Nirvana recorded a 10-song demo with Seattle producer Jack Endino. Sub Pop records boss Jonathan Poneman hears the tape and offers to put out a Nirvana single.
1990, Allen Collins guitarist from Lynyrd Skynyrd died of pneumonia after being ill for several months. Collins who was one of the founding members also co-wrote most of the band's songs (including Free Bird), with late front man Ronnie Van Zant. He survived a plane crash in 1977 that killed two other band members. Collins was behind the wheel in a car accident in 1986 that killed his girlfriend and left him paralyzed from the waist down. He later pleaded no contest to vehicular manslaughter as well as driving under the influence of alcohol.
1990, David Bowie announced his forthcoming Sound And Vision world tour, during which he would invite each local audience to decide on a 'greatest hits' running order, organised through local radio stations. The concert tour surpassed Bowie's previous Serious Moonlight (1983) and Glass Spider (1987) tours' statistics by visiting 27 countries with 108 performances.
1991, John Sebastian, owner and general manager of KLSK FM in Albuquerque, New Mexico, played Led Zeppelins 'Stairway To Heaven' for twenty-four solid hours to inaugurate a format change to Classic Rock. Police showed up with guns drawn: once after a listener reported that the DJ had apparently suffered a heart attack, and later because of suspicion that, this being eight days into the Gulf War, the radio station had been taken hostage by terrorists dispatched by Zeppelin freak Saddam Hussein.

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