With the ‘Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind’ album, George Strait earned himself a CMA Award and burnished his ever-expanding reputation.
A tribute to the producer of almost the entire recorded catalogue of The Beatles and a hugely accomplished writer, arranger and musician with countless other achievements to his name.
On 3 January 1950, Sam Phillips opened Memphis Recording Service at 706 Union Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee — later to be known to the world as Sun Studio.
David Ruffin had been making solo records for some seven years by the time he had his greatest success in his own right with the superb 'Walk Away From Love.'
Recorded in May and June 1969, the album made its debut on Billboard's Best Selling Jazz LPs chart on 3 January 1970.
After leaving Roxy Music, Brian Eno’s startlingly innovative and influential solo career took flight with the release of ‘Here Come The Warm Jets’.
As the new year of 1965 dawned, the duo appeared on the Billboard album chart for the very first time, with the 'Right Now!' LP.
As soon as the new year began, the band were on the road, all over the world, with a huge tour that began in Mobile, Alabama.
Fury's legions of fans included future punk guru Malcolm McLaren, who improbably exercised that admiration as he oversaw the Pistols' early rehearsals.
The Godfather stormed into 1971 with another funk smash, ‘Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved.’
'See You Later, Alligator,' written by Robert Guidry, seized on a catchphrase of the era and became a rock 'n' roll favourite.
Walter Jacobs and his band the Jukes entered Billboard's Most Played In Juke Boxes chart on 2 January 1954 with 'You're So Fine.'
The group's first 'Greatest Hits' compilation made its Billboard chart debut on the first day of the new year.
'Going Up The Country' was a memorable follow-up to the band's debut hit 'On The Road Again.'
The new year saw the group covering the 1961 hit by Italian-American doo-wop group the Regents.
On the Billboard chart for 31 December 1966, Spencer and the group took their bow at No. 100 with ‘Gimme Some Lovin.’’