1928 – The First Professional Recordings in Nashville

October 2nd, 1928: The first professional recordings in Nashville take place as DeFord Bailey lays down eight tracks in Victor Records (later RCA) Studios.


1961:The Crystals, “There’s No Other Like My Baby”
1962:The Cookies, “Chains”
1976:Rod Stewart, “Tonight’s The Night”


1937:Benny Goodman, “Flying Home”
1957:Connie Francis, “Who’s Sorry Now”
1967:The Beatles, “Hello Goodbye”
1968:The Beatles, “Honey Pie”


1960:Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs’ “Stay” enters the charts
1965:The McCoys’ “Hang On Sloopy” hits #1
1971:Rod Stewart’s “Maggie May” b/w “Reason To Believe” hits #1
1971:Rod Stewart’s LP Every Picture Tells A Story hits #1
1971:John Lennon’s LP Imagine enters the charts


1977:The LP Gene Simmons is certified platinum

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