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Of the hundreds of thousands of Civil War deaths, perhaps none were more tragic than young Charlie King’s.
No matter what your line of work..it’s always good to have a back-up plan. Just ask James "Kokomo" Arnold.
Yankee Stadium is commonly known as The House that Ruth Built, but in the 50’s, the same could be said of Atlantic Records.
The Man of 1,000 Voices...
Who doesn’t appreciate a good old-fashioned sappy song now and again? Well, John Welch, for one.
Artie Shaw sure knew how to surround himself with the right crowd.
Cylinders served as much more than simple entertainment. This one aimed to capture, and perhaps ease, a nation’s sorrow.
Let there be touchdowns! The first night-game in football history.
Who cooked your last meal?
Who does the word “crooner” bring to mind? Sinatra, Bing, Buble? Well, if not for a terrible accident, Columbo might have headed that list. ...
Man oh man…where does the time go?
Where did you go in the 1930s when you wanted some of ground-breaking music that would become rock and roll? Sometimes…you just went to ...