• WQTC 102.3

October 28

Music History for Monday, 10/28/19

2014 - The Allman Brothers Band played their final show at the Beacon Theater in New York City.

2013 - Chris Brown appeared in a Washington, D.C., court, where a felony assault charge was reduced to misdemeanor simple assault. The charge stemmed from a fight he had near a Washington, D.C., hotel the previous day.

2013 - Alan Jackson performed songs from The Bluegrass Album at a special show at New York City's Carnegie Hall.

2013 - August Alsina, capitalizing on the momentum of his smash single, "I Luv This Sh**," performed on TV’s The Wendy Williams Show.

2009 - The film This Is It, featuring footage of the late Michael Jackson getting ready for a series of London concerts, opened. Michael died before getting a chance to put on any of the shows.

2006 - Heartland went to number one with "I Loved Her First."

2004 - Sara Evans earned her first double-platinum album for Born to Fly.

2004 - Big & Rich's "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)" became the duo's first gold single.

2001 - Alan Jackson wrote "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)" after waking up at 4:00 AM thinking about the 9/11 attacks.

2001 - Richie McDonald, lead singer for country band Lonestar, ran in the 26th annual Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, D.C.

2001 - More than 22,000 folks turned out for country singer Tim McGraw's eighth annual Swampstock in Tim's hometown of Rayville, Louisiana.

2001 - The Beastie Boys played their first show in more than two-and-a-half years at New York City's Hammerstein Ballroom. It was the first of two New Yorkers Against Violence benefits.

1996 - Lonestar received its first gold album for their self-titled debut project.

1995 - David Lee Murphy's single, "Dust on the Bottle," went to number one.

1991 - Tracy Lawrence's debut album Sticks & Stones was released.

1986 - Marie Osmond married engineer/producer Brian Blosil in West Jordan, Utah.

1982 - The Jam announced they were breaking up. Leader Paul Weller introduced his new band, The Style Council, just days later.

1977 - The Sex Pistols' Never Mind The Bollocks Here's the Sex Pistols was released in America.

1975 - The number one single was "Island Girl" by Elton John.

1972 - The United States Council for World Affairs chose THE WHO'S "Join Together" as its anthem.

1965 - The Supremes recorded "My World Is Empty Without You."

1956 - Elvis Presley was at number one with his single, "Love Me Tender."

1956 - Elvis Presley appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show for the second time.

1939 - Bill Monroe made his first appearance on the Grand Ole Opry performing "Mule Skinner Blues" and "Foggy Mountain Top."

© 2020 BY SEEHAFER BROADCASTING CORP.

EEO REPORT

PUBLIC FILE

ASSISTANCE WITH PUBLIC FILE

Persons with disabilities needing assistance with public inspection file content should contact Jim Medley, 920-682-0351 or jimmedley@womtradio.com