Vince Guaraldi Trio’s soundtrack album for ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ has become a seasonal classic, full of magical pieces that stand on their own.
On 8 February 1975, the group proved that there was life after Norman Whitfield, climbed to No. 1 with ‘Happy People,’ co-written by Commodore Richie.
Louis Armstrong made his first film in Hollywood in 1930, 30 years later he was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
The funky collective from Dayton had one of their biggest crossover smashes early in 1975 with 'Fire.'
In 1960, ‘Baby (You’ve Got What It Takes)’ combined one of the hot new male singers and a female vocalist who had been popular since World War II.
The 7 February 1970 issue of the magazine announced John as their Man of the Year.
The soul duo hit the Billboard R&B chart on 7 February 1970 by taking a trip to Abbey Road.
America's top-selling album artist of the SoundScan era goes from strength to strength, on the road and in the studio.
On 7 February 1964, The Beatles arrived at JFK airport in New York for their first US performances and the rest was history
The record helped Verve to become the quintessential jazz label of the 1950s.
Blossom Dearie created a jazz vocal style that was all her own and ended up as a fixture on the New York Supper Club scene.
Among its countless achievements, 'You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'' was named the 20th century's most-played song on American radio and television by the BMI.
In February 1971, '(Do The) Push & Pull' went No. 1 R&B when Thomas had been recording for 20 years, and was already 53 years old.
With their debut, ‘The Gilded Palace Of Sin’, The Flying Burrito Brothers almost singlehandedly created country-rock, laying the groundwork for Americana.
In celebration of the late Beach Boys singer, a special collection of some of Carl’s greatest performances.
Bending genres and storming the charts, ‘Infinity On High’ shot Fall Out Boy into the stratosphere. They’ve yet to come down.