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Bobby Caldwell 1951-2023

His 1978 hit: “What You Won’t Do for Love” received much airtime on such stations as KBLX in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Gentle On My Mind Live

This performance was taped during a concert called “Ryman Country Homecoming” at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn., which was broadcast by TNN on December 4, 1999. When Roy Clark admires your guitar playing, you know you have reached the pinnacle. 😍

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Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me

George Michael and Elton John in a 1991 duet
Released: 20-May-74
Top 40 Debut Date: 22-Jun-74
Highest Position: 2
Songwriters: Elton John, Bernie Taupin

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Murder Most Foul

On Thursday evening, March 26, at midnight Eastern Time, Bob Dylan released a stunning 17-minute masterpiece dissecting the November 22, 1963 assassination of JFK, entitled “Murder Most Foul.” The lyrics cover material happenings of the 1960s and include these prescient words: “They killed him once and they killed him twice / Killed him like a human sacrifice / The day that they killed him someone said to me, / ‘Son, The Age of the Antichrist has just only begun.’” On April 8, “Murder Most Foul” topped Billboard’s Rock Digital Song Sales chart, giving Dylan his first No. 1 under his own name in Billboard history.