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Michael Jackson’s Thriller Album was the Best-Selling Album in the US for 2 Years Straight. It Sold 32 Million Copies Globally and was Certified Platinum 34 Times.

Making the ideal album is a true art form. Taking a collection of individual songs and compiling them into a finished body of work requires a certain skill level. When everything comes together, an otherwise ordinary collection of songs transforms into something extraordinary, capturing the hearts and minds of music fans for decades to come. …

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Garth Brooks was the Best-Selling Solo Artist in US History. He Only Lost His Spot to The Beatles.

Music Artists sold hundreds of millions of records and made their distinct contributions to the world of music. The music industry is constantly evolving. However, it consistently produces best-selling music artists who are truly unique and manage to captivate listeners all over the world, regardless of background, gender, or age. But do you know who …

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David Copperfield Was Once Robbed at Gunpoint but Successfully Performed an Illusion to Convince the Robbers His Pockets were Empty Even Though They Weren’t.

David Copperfield rose to international fame as a magician by making things vanish, but no one could have predicted that it would save his life. But did you know he was able to escape a robbery with the help of his illusions? David Copperfield was once robbed at gunpoint, but he used an illusion to …

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The Band Redbone was the First Successful Rock Group Formed by Native Americans.

While our European counterparts may argue otherwise, rock and roll is a uniquely American invention. Many of the genre’s most successful artists were born and raised in the United States. But have you heard of Redbone? The first successful Native American rock band was Redbone, who performed the 1970s hit “Come and Get Your Love,” …

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Paul McCartney Agreed to Join the Board of Organizers of the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival on the Condition That The Jimi Hendrix Experience be Invited to Perform.

The Monterey International Pop Festival roared forward on a beautiful June weekend in 1967, at the start of the Summer of Love, capturing a decade’s spirit and ushering in a new era of rock and roll. Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and Otis Redding made career-defining appearances at Monterey. Still, they were just a few performers …

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Little Richard Sang the Theme Song for Magic School Bus

As Ms. Frizzle once said, The whole world is a field trip, and all the kids in our class are merely guinea pigs. But do you know who sang the theme song for Magic School Bus? Little Richard sang the Magic School Bus theme song. Magical Song for A Magical Show One of the most …

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Link Wray

The 1958 Song “Rumble” by Link Wray was Banned on Several Radio Stations in the United States for Glorifying Juvenile Delinquency.

Many controversial songs have obvious reasons for being shunned or banned, from NWA’s profanity-laced F*ck Tha Police to The Prodigy’s Smack My B*tch Up, but the reason for”Rumble, the only instrumental banned from radio, does not hold up today.  But did you know that song was banned in the US? Despite having no lyrics, Link …

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Walter White Bryan Cranston

After Watching Breaking Bad, Anthony Hopkins Wrote Bryan Cranston a Fan Letter Saying That His Performance as Walter White was the Best Acting He Has Seen Ever.

Bryan Lee Cranston is a well-known American actor best known for his roles as Hal in the Fox sitcom Malcolm in the Middle (2000-2006) and Walter White in the AMC crime drama series Breaking Bad (2008–2013). He has six Primetime Emmy Awards, four Screen Actors Guild Awards, two Tony Awards, and a Golden Globe Award, …

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Stevie Wonder Accident Coma

Stevie Wonder was a Passenger in a Vehicle That Hit a Logging Truck in 1973. He was Hit by a Log in the Forehead and was in a Coma for 10 Days.

Stevie Wonder is an American singer-songwriter who is a pioneer and influenced by musicians in various genres such as rhythm and blues, pop, soul, gospel, funk, and jazz. Wonder’s use of synthesizers and electronic musical instruments as a virtual one-person band during the 1970s reshaped R&B conventions. But did you know that he was in …

Stevie Wonder was a Passenger in a Vehicle That Hit a Logging Truck in 1973. He was Hit by a Log in the Forehead and was in a Coma for 10 Days. Read More »

The Incomplete Journey of Earl

If “My Name is Earl” was Not Prematurely Cancelled, the Creator Planned to End it With Earl Being Unable to Finish His List But Realizing That His Original List Had Started a Chain Reaction of Good in the World.

The show My Name is Earl aired for four seasons on NBC before being canceled, and the creator has revealed how he would have ended the show if it had been allowed to run its course. But did you ever wonder what the actual ending be like? If “My Name Is Earl” had not been …

If “My Name is Earl” was Not Prematurely Cancelled, the Creator Planned to End it With Earl Being Unable to Finish His List But Realizing That His Original List Had Started a Chain Reaction of Good in the World. Read More »