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Listen to “The African History Network Show” with Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network on 910 AM The Superstation WFDF in Detroit, Sundays, 9pm-11pm EST. We focus on Educating, Empowering and Inspiring people of African Descent throughout the Diaspora and around the World because Right Knowledge corrects wrong behavior. Listen LIVE on 910 AM WFDF in Detroit or around the world online at www.910AMSuperstation.com or by downloading the iHeart Radio App to your smartphone or a ...
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Your music podcast network for all things music history. The podcasts are: The Music History Today daily podcast: a briefing on the daily history of the glorious art form known as music Music Halls of Fame Weekly Podcast, where we celebrate a year in music and an inductee that year of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, along with examining whether a given artist of the week deserves to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Plus, we talk about another Hall of Fame, music museum, or wa ...
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On the June 15 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Bob Dylan records the greatest song ever recorded, Carlos Santana's biggest hit debuts, along with debut albums from the Offspring and Joy Division. Also, it's Waylon Jennings's and Ice Cube's birthdays.For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio versio…
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Here we are, back at Bill Pogue’s. It’s after 11PM. What do we know? Well, there are less people drinking here than last night, most would rather stay in and listen for updates. On the air over CBS right now is Joan Brooks. Me? I’m just trying to have that nightcap I started yesterday.There are still news bulletins coming out of Europe. It’s almost…
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In the early stages of the Battle, aimed at capturing the high ground east and south of Ypres, the men of the New Zealand Division were tasked with capturing the village of La Basseville, southwest of the Messines Ridge (where the division had fought in June). La Basseville was situated on the Lys River (the border with France) and on the extreme r…
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'Bleach Blonde, Bad Built, Butch Body': Jasmine Crockett DESTROYS Marjorie Taylor Greene - Historian, Michael Imhotep on 'Roland Martin Unfiltered' 5-17-24 At a heated House Oversight Committee hearing Thursday night, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., insulted Rep. Jasmine Crockett’s appearance, accusing the Texas Democrat of having “fake eyelash…
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On the June 14 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Nat King Cole records a classic, Mick gets knighted, and Elvis graduates. Plus, it's MC Ren's and Boy George's birthdays. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUSIC HIS…
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At 10:50PM on D-Day, The Red Skelton Show took to the air with a final abbreviated episode before Skelton left for World War II.When his show debuted on October 7th, 1941 critics were skeptical. Skelton was a pantomimist. How could he succeed on radio? But he was soon getting laughs every eleven seconds and for three seasons more than twenty-five m…
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This week on the Music Halls of Fame Podcast, we honor the year in music for 2006, along with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of 2006 inductees Black Sabbath, we look at the case for putting Gorillaz into next year's class of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Plus, our spotlight hall of fame is the Blues Museum Hall of Fame in Memphis, Tennessee & i…
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On the June 13 edition of the Music History Today podcast, a couple of trials end, a couple of legends pass away, and Paula Abdul debuts. Plus, members of the groups Smash Mouth, Weezer, and Heart celebrate birthdays. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you…
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At 10PM, across all networks, the President of the United States Franklin D. Roosevelt, took to the air with a special prayer for the invading troops. Thirty-Five million Americans tuned in. It was the most-listened to broadcast of any kind which aired in 1944. At 10:15 Bob Hope took to the air with a special D-Day Broadcast. For more information o…
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On the June 12 edition of the Music History Today podcast, the Stones get a new guitarist, the Beasties do their final show, and Howard Jones says hello. Also, happy birthday to members of Whodini, They Might Be Giants, and Cheap Trick. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history pod…
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D-Day, June 6th, 1944 was a Tuesday. Ordinarily on Tuesday evenings NBC had a comedy lineup that rivaled the greatest in history. A main part of it was the man you just heard, Jim Jordan, who starred on Fibber McGee and Molly. The normal Fibber McGee and Molly show was canceled on D-Day. Instead, they presented a special musical program at 9:30PM f…
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On this week's show, we discuss how the greatest song ever written came together, how the template for rock festivals came together, and we wish a happy birthday to the man who helped to write Come Together. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your …
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On the June 11 edition of the Music History Today podcast, a reality juggernaut premieres while reality hits tragically close to home, a concert is held to get a political prisoner out of prison, a super group is formed, and a country musician wows the Grand Ole Opry. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio…
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Opposite of The Burns and Allen Show at 9PM, NBC ran a special “Cross Country D-Day tour”, hosted by the just-heard Ben Grauer. It was a program from every part of the nation to show what everyone was thinking and doing on this historic and momentous day. The theme was the same: Work, Pray, Fight. The stations included remotes from WTIC in Hartford…
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On the June 10 edition of the Music History Today podcast, strange things happen. A musical about witches premieres, while the legend who played a memorable role in the movie version of the book that the musical is based on is born. Also, 4 people from the 90s alternative rock era with the same birthday work with each other but not all at the same …
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At 9PM on CBS, Burns and Allen took to the air with a special episode called “Kansas City’s Favorite Singer” with guest-star Dinah Shore. It featured Bea Benaderet and Mel Blanc.Like George Burns and Grace Allen, Blanc and Benaderet spent decades working together, especially on Blanc’s own show after the war and later on The Flintstones.…
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On the June 9 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Left Eye sets the place on fire, Bruce signs, and Tina Turner has a movie. Also, happy birthday to Les Paul. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUSIC HISTORY TODAY POD…
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Norman Corwin was twenty-seven years old when he was hired by CBS in April of 1938. For three years he honed his craft on shows like Words Without Music, The Pursuit of Happiness, So This is Radio and Forecast. In 1941 he was tasked with taking over The Columbia Workshop for twenty-six weeks. These plays are today known as “Twenty-Six By Corwin.” T…
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On the June 8 edition of the Music History Today podcast, the Rolling Stones make history twice and Rick Wakeman leaves Yes. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUSIC HISTORY TODAY PODCAST NETWORK LINKS - ⁠https://allmylinks.c…
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On the June 7 edition of the Music History Today podcast, two projects that would eventually guide John Travolta's career debut, Prince gives himself an interesting birthday gift, Grease debuts, a magazine article that inspired a movie is printed, and Blind Faith plays their first gig. Also, along with Prince, it's also Dean Martin's and Tom Jones'…
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John Nesbitt was born in Victoria, British Columbia on August 23rd, 1910. The grandson of actor Edwin Booth, the family moved to Alameda, California. Nesbitt was active in stock theater in Vancouver and Spokane and began working for NBC in San Francisco in 1933. By 1935, he was an announcer at KFRC in San Francisco.Nesbitt produced a series called …
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This week on the Music History Today Podcast, we honor the year in music for 2013, along with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of 2013 inductee Rush, we look at the case for putting Joe Bonamassa into next year's class of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Plus, our spotlight walk of fame is the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, California and in…
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On the June 6 edition of the Music History Today podcast, the Beatles meet George Martin, an iconic album and song are released, a legendary show signs off, Michael Jackson quits, and the country goes down the slipping slope of censorship. Also, happy birthday to Steve Vai and Jimmy Jam. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or su…
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It’s nearly 6:45PM and I’m at an automat getting some dinner. People around here are feeling a little looser as, by all accounts, the Normandy landings had been a success. They’ve got NBC on the air. Just ending is a “Serenade to America'' with Winifred Hite, Nora Sterling, Milton Katims and his Orchestra. Legendary newscaster Lowell Thomas is abou…
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On the June 5 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez get married (not to each other), David Bowie debuts but not as David Bowie, U2 plays a memorable concert, and a politician's assassination inspires a classic song. Also, happy birthday to Mark Wahlberg and Pete Wentz. For more music history, subscribe to my Sp…
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At 3PM The British King George VI issued a D-Day speech. The Transcription is below.Four years ago, our Nation and Empire stood alone against an overwhelming enemy, with our backs to the wall. Tested as never before in our history, in God's providence we survived that test; the spirit of the people, resolute, dedicated, burned like a bright flame, …
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This week on the Music History in Depth Podcast, a fake news article helps shape the career path of a Hollywood actor, censorship gets taken to the extreme, an album sells 20 million, and we say happy birthday to a Hollywood entertainment icon & also to a music icon. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio …
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On the June 4 edition of the Music History Today podcast, the gig that changed the world took place, Springsteen released his biggest selling album, and Avril Lavigne debuted. Plus, it's birthday cake time for El Debarge, Nikka Costa, and Cecilia Bartoli. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of m…
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Perry Mason debuted over CBS airwaves on October 18th, 1943. On D-Day it was airing at 2:45PM from New York. Mason was a crime-busting lawyer, famous in fiction for unmasking killers in court. Though it came in the guise of crime drama, the show was full-bore soap opera. At points, Jan Miner played Della Street, Mason’s secretary. Mandel Kramer pla…
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On the June 3 edition of the Music History Today podcast, we have the WuTang Clan, rock and roll gets banned; even Bill Clinton and Elvis make appearances. Also, birthday greetings go to Suzi Quatro, Curtis Mayfield, and Josephine Baker. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history po…
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That was the voice of Joan Banks Lovejoy who played the scheming Arline Harrison Manning on Portia Faces Life. During World War II she was all over New York radio.On Portia Faces Life, Lucille Wall starred as Portia Blake, a young woman lawyer who battled corruption in the small town of Parkerstown. The show debuted with a crisis on October 7th, 19…
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On the June 2 edition of the Music History Today podcast, S Club 7, Bo Diddley, the Wailers, and C and C Music Factory make history. Plus, we have birthdays for members of Spandau Ballet, Sugarcubes, Cypress Hill, the Rolling Stones, the Bangles, and the Pretenders. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio v…
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12:45PM brought a forty-minute CBS news update featuring Edward R. Murrow from London, Douglas Edwards recapping CBS coverage, and a Quincy Howe analysis.Following this broadcast John Daly immediately signed on.توسط James Scully
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On the June 1 mega stuffed edition of the Music History Today podcast, there's a lot of history made by the Beatles, Sting, Springsteen, Bowie, the Runaways, and Tito Puente. Also, happy birthday to a lot of people, as well, including Pat Boone and Alanis Morrissette. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio…
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At 12:15PM Big Sister took to the air over CBS starring the just-heard Alice Frost as Ruth Evans.Ruth centered her life around her sister Sue and their crippled brother Neddie. When Sue married reporter Jerry Miller, Ruth was able to give her full attention to the care of little Ned. Then, unexpectedly, Ruth fell in love with Neddie’s new doctor, J…
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On the May 31 edition of the Music History Today podcast, there's history made by Ginger Spice, Jimi Hendrix, the Who, the Eagles, and the Sex Pistols. Also, happy birthday to Azealia Banks and John Bonham. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your p…
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It’s nearly twelve o’clock and time for me to get back to 485 Madison Avenue. At least I got about five hours sleep, that’s more than I can say for many of my colleagues. I just phoned in. The allies are pushing inland in France. A few thousand have been killed on the beaches of Normandy, but the German resistance has been much lighter than expecte…
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This week, we honor the year in music for 1996, along with a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of 1996, we look at the case for putting Pink into next year's class of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Plus, our spotlight hall is the Songwriters Hall of Fame in Los Angeles, California. Podcast Episode Music Playlist - youtube.com/playlist…
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On the May 30 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Diana Ross enters rehab, the Beatles start work on a new album, and there are two Jerry Garcia-related events to talk about. Also, happy birthday to Benny Goodman, Wynonna Judd, Idina Menzel, and Tom Morello. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio v…
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At 11:45AM on D-Day, Aunt Jenny’s Real Life Stories took to the air over CBS featuring Dan Seymour as both announcer and actor. Later this year Seymour would play Vichy French Captain Renard in To Have and Have Not. Unlike most daytime serials, Aunt Jenny confined its tales to five-chapter stories which were completed each week. The cast shifted wi…
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On the May 29 edition of the Music History Today podcast, one of the biggest selling songs was recorded, Tina Turner made her comeback, and a classical music piece made a less than spectacular debut. Also, happy birthday to two Jacksons, Mel B, Noel Gallagher, and Melissa Etheridge. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscri…
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At 11:30AM CBS interrupted their scheduled mid-day programming for a newsbreak and a speech from Charles De Gaulle. Born in 1890, De Gaulle was a decorated soldier during the First World War. He repeatedly admonished his superiors for outdated nineteenth century fighting techniques which included bayonet charges against heavy artillery. De Gaulle’s…
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On this oversized edition, We discuss two of the biggest albums of the 1980s that were released 1 week apart, how a classic ballet had a not so good reception, how one concert can change the world, how picking on the establishment can lead to great sales, how sleeping in can promote peace, how quitting concert performing can lead to making the grea…
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On the May 28 edition of the Music History Today podcast, a rich guy puts on his own music festival, a rock group reunites for a tour, and a music organization is formed. Also, happy birthday to Kylie Minogue, Gladys Knight, and John Fogerty. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music histo…
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The woman you just heard is famed New York character actress Jan Miner. In the mid-1940s Jan was on multiple soap operas, like Lora Lawton. Many top shows were produced by Frank and Anne Hummert. The Hummert radio ties grew from the prominent Chicago advertising agency, Blackett-Sample-and Hummert. Frank Hummert was a celebrated copywriter. His wif…
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On the May 27 edition of the Music History Today podcast, 50 Cent proves that as a baseball player, he makes a great rapper, Michael meets Lisa Marie, and a legendary Dylan album is released, along with a controversial Sex Pistols song (okay, all of their songs were controversial but this one REALLY was). For more music history, subscribe to my You…
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At 10AM CBS resumed programming with their mid-morning soap operas. First up was Valiant Lady, starring Joan Blaine. Joan was a valiant lady because she sacrificed a promising Broadway career for her father’s sake, then married a “brilliant but unstable" surgeon. People like the just-heard Mandel Kramer loved working on soap operas from New York.At…
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On today's episode of the Music History Today Podcast, tragedy strikes at a teen idol's concert, Michael and Lisa Marie get married, and three music classics are recorded. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUSIC HISTORY TODA…
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