1958 – Buddy Holly

March 1st, 1958

In what would prove to be a major influence on the burgeoning British rock scene, Buddy Holly and the Crickets begin their first and only UK tour at London’s Trocadero Club, playing 25 dates of two sets a night.


1957: Chuck Berry, “School Days”
1958: Johnny Mathis, Johnny’s Greatest Hits
1966: Elvis Presley, “Frankie And Johnny” b/w “Please Don’t Stop Loving Me”


1928: Paul Whiteman/Paul Robeson, “Ol’ Man River”
1955: The Four Lads, “Standing On The Corner”
1957: The Everly Brothers, “Bye Bye Love”
1964: The Beatles: “I’m Happy Just To Dance With You,” “Long Tall Sally,” “I Call Your Name”
1967: The Beatles: “A Day In The Life,” “Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds”


1967: The Seeds’ “Pushin’ Too Hard” enters the charts
1975: The Eagles’ “Best Of My Love” hits #1
1975: Bob Dylan’s LP Blood On The Tracks hits #1

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