This Day in Music History

This Day in Music History: November 28

2000 – Madonna played her first British show in more than seven years at London’s Brixton Academy. 1992 – Whitney Houston started a record-breaking fourteen-week-run at No. 1 in the US with her hit single “I Will

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This Day in Music History: November 23

2015 – Taylor Swift dominated the American Music Awards winning three prizes, including album of the year and song of the year. 2008 – 15 years after their last album, Guns N’ Roses released ‘Chinese Democracy’ in

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This Day in Music History: November 22

2010 – After one week of availability on the iTunes store, The Beatles music sold more than 450,000 albums and 2 million individual songs. 2005 – Poems written by Bob Dylan during his college days at the

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This Day in Music History: November 12

2016 – Robbie Williams broke the record for the most No. 1 albums by a British solo artist. The singer’s latest album, ‘The Heavy Entertainment Show’, was his 12th to reach the top and put him one

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This Day in Music History: November 11

2011 – The four original band members of Black Sabbath announced they were reuniting and recording an album followed by a world tour in 2012. 1999 – Britney Spears won four MTV Awards; Best Female Singer, Best

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This Day in Music History: November 9

2002 – Viewers of the music channel VH1 voted “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston as the most romantic song ever. 1991 – Prince and the New Power Generation started a two-week run at No.

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This Day in Music History: November 8

1980 – Kiss kicked off their 11-date Unmasked Tour of Australia and New Zealand playing two nights at Perth Entertainment Center in Australia. 1975 – David Bowie made his US TV debut performing the song “Fame” on

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This Day in Music History: November 6

2014 – Taylor Swift debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard album chart with the release of ‘1989’. The album sold 1.287 million copies in its first week. 2003 – Metallica began their 137-date Madly in Anger

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