This week in 1964, the British invasion of America was complete when ‘Twist and Shout’ went to No. 2 on the Billboard chart and ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’ at No.1.
A new deal with Capitol Records led to the serendipity of a working relationship with producer Don Was, and the best set of songs Bonnie had gathered since her earliest albums.
The LP became Glen's third of no fewer than seven consecutive No. 1s on the country chart.
The new track is the first taste of Ferreira's upcoming album, 'Masochism', out later this year.
The creator of what came to be known as the surf rock style, he is best remembered for his 1962 single 'Misirlou,' later featured in 'Pulp Fiction.'
‘Dancing With A Stranger’ has already racked up over 80 million cumulative streams worldwide and looks like being one of 2019’s biggest hits.
The group were climbing the charts with 'Fun, Fun, Fun' as the LP it opened, 'Shut Down Volume 2,' was released on 2 March 1964.
The Beatles US invasion slowly began following the release of 'Please Please Me' on Vee Jay Records on 25 February 1963 and the rest is history.
The band are also embarking on a lengthy US summer tour, co-headlining with Marty Stuart.
Alongside the original album, the set will be a veritable treasure trove for McCartney admirers, containing a wealth of extras.
The voice of one of the greatest singers of the 20th century, also a much-loved pianist, was silenced by lung cancer on 15 February 1965.
In early 1964, Capitol Records were essentially playing catch-up on UK Beatles releases, leading to the cherry-picking and title change for the US 'Meet The Beatles' album.
The song was originally released by Capitol Records in January and has been a global smash.
The far-reaching song inspired the African-American military pilots who fought in World War II, and it went on to enter the Grammy Hall of Fame.
Directed by Frank Marshall, the new film will have complete access to the Bee Gees archive.