On This Day In Music: Led Zeppelin Release ‘Physical Graffiti’

On February 24, 1975 Led Zeppelin released their sixth album, ‘Physical Graffiti’.

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On This Day In Music: The Smiths Score First UK #1 Album With ‘Meat Is Murder’

On February 23, 1985 the Smiths achieved their first UK #1 album when ‘Meat Is Murder’ reached the top of the chart.

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On This Day In Music: No Doubt Score UK #1 With Don’t Speak

On February 22, 1997 No Doubt reached #1 on the UK singles chart with Don’t Speak. They stayed on the top spot for three weeks before being replaced by the Spice Girls.

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On This Day In Music: Happy Birthday James Dean Bradfield!

On February 21, 1969 James Dean Bradfield, lead vocalist and guitarist for Manic Street Preachers was born. Penblwydd hapus James!

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On This Day In Music: Kurt Cobain And The Cramps’ Poison Ivy Were Born

On February 20, 1953 guitarist for the Cramps, Poison Ivy, was born. On the same day in 1967 Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain came into the world. Sadly he died on April 5, 1994 aged only 27.

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On This Day In Music: Bon Scott Dies Aged 33

On February 19, 1980 Bon Scott, best known as the lead singer and lyricist of AC/DC, died aged 33.

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On This Day In Music: Kate Bush Releases Debut Album ‘The Kick Inside’

On February 17, 1978 Kate Bush released her debut album, ‘The Kick Inside’, which contained her UK #1 single Wuthering Heights.

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On This Day In Music: Bruce Springsteen Scores First UK #1 Album With ‘Born In The U.S.A.’

On February 16, 1985 Bruce Springsteen scored his first UK #1 album when ‘Born In The U.S.A.’ reached the top of the charts.

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On This Day In Music: Farewell Nat King Cole

On February 15, 1965 the Grammy award-winning singer and jazz pianist Nat King Cole died aged 45 of lung cancer. Cole was responsible for hits such as Unforgettable, The Christmas Song and Let There Be Love, among many others throughout his illustrious career.

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