Archive for March 17th, 2014

BEST SELLING SINGLE ON THIS DAY IN 1958

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Challenge Records was Gene Autry‘s record label

”Tequila” was the ”B” side of the primary recording "Train to Nowhere”
and was the last tune recorded during a jam session. There were only
three takes, and Danny Flores, who played the trademark “dirty sax”
solo on the recording, also spoke the words “Tequila”. Flores had
written the song as well but, because he was signed to another label, 
it was credited to "Chuck Rio", a name he adopted for the stage.

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TO OUR FOLLOWERS FROM PDX RETRO

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LOOKING BACK AT TODAY IN HISTORY

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PATRICK DUFFY IS 65 TODAY

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TNT's 25th Anniversary Party held at the Aqua Star Pool at The Beverly Hilton Hotel

Featuring: Patrick Duffy
Where: Beverly Hills, California, United States
When: 24 Jul 2013
Credit: FayesVision/WENN.com

Patrick Duffy is best known for playing the role of J.R.’s brother, Bobby 
Ewing on both the CBS series Dallas (1978-1991). He was born in 
Townsend, Montana, the son of tavern owners Marie and Terence 
Duffy. During high school, Duffy was living in Everett, Washington, 
attending Cascade High School. Before fame he taught mime and 
and movement classes while working as an interpreter for ballet,
opera and orchestra companies.

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GROUP’S TV DEBUT ON THIS DAY IN 1968

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The Bee Gees made their US television debut when they appeared on The 
Ed Sullivan Show. They performed "To Love Somebody" and "Words."

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Barry Alan Crompton Gibb is 67 and the last surviving
member of the Bee Gees.

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