Tiny Tim got married, Paul McCartney battled a limo fire and Elvis Costello refused to be censored on SNL Today in Music History.
Bob Dylan was on the cover of Rolling Stone, Phil Collins made his acting debut and David Bowie released a "golden" song Today in Music History.
Today <strong>James Norton </strong>spoke to The Morning Show's Jill Riley and Steve Seel about one man's beer mission and the monastery-inspired brewery that he built.
Today John Moe chatted with The Morning Show's Steve Seel and Jill Riley about the parents rallying together on Facebook to get rid of a bad Santa and Pinterest as the new America's Most Wanted.
Jerry Lee Lewis got married, Moby was attacked and The Jam played their last show as a band.
Today John Moe chatted with The Morning Show's Steve Seel and Jill Riley about the Pope joining Twitting and Facebook syncing up with your phone to automatically download all your photos.
Today James Norton spoke to The Morning Show's Jill Riley and Steve Seel about his trip to Denny's to try their new menu inspired by the movie, "The Hobbit."
He's fit and he knows it, The Streets turns 34 today. George Harrison released his epic triple solo album today in music history and we're remembering Jimi Hendrix on his birthday.
Found Magazine's Davy Rothbart stops by once a week to share a new "find" with us. It could be a note between two friends, a to-do list or a list of club rules. If you ever wrote a note and then lost it, Davy might have it.
Today we're celebrating the birthday of the only remaining original member of Wilco (other than Jeff Tweedy), John Stirratt is 45. And this is the day the Sex Pistols put out "Anarchy in the U.K."
In honor of the massive meal that tomorrow no doubt will bring, we're thinking up bird songs for the 9:30 Coffee Break.
Happy Birthday to Bjork and Dr. John. Also, Ray Charles has one of the best weeks ever Today in Music History.
Today for the 9:30 Coffee Break, we want to revel in some sonic psychedelia. Help us put together a set of tunes from both the glory days of "the trip" and today that have a psychedelic air to them.
Today in 1978, to accompany their performance of "Fat Bottomed Girls" during their Madison Square Garden Show, Freddie Mercury and Queen employed numerous semi-nude women bicycling around the stage. So, if you like, you may visualize that as we enjoy the song today.
We're feeling generous this morning and want to hear some songs about giving for Give to the Max Day. What songs that mention giving or have the word "give" in their title should we play for today's 9:30 Coffee Break?