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Marty Miller brings you this week in music history, every week from Nova.ie. Prepare to be transported back in time; the nostalgia is real! Get your fill of music history from Marty every week and get those classics out for a listen!

Marty Miller’s This Week In Music History Marty Miller

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Marty Miller brings you this week in music history, every week from Nova.ie. Prepare to be transported back in time; the nostalgia is real! Get your fill of music history from Marty every week and get those classics out for a listen!

    Marty Miller's This Week In Music History - July 22nd

    Marty Miller's This Week In Music History - July 22nd

    John Lennon WFH in 1971, Amy Winehouse gone in 2011, joining the ’27 Club’ and REM come to Slane in 1995.

    All part of ’This Week in Music History’ for July 22nd to 26th.

    Stones and riots, Dylan going electric and an audition for a huge band too!

    • 6 min
    Marty Miller's This Week In Music History

    Marty Miller's This Week In Music History

    Yellow Submarine, the motion picture, came out this week. A Beatles movie, animated without.... what?

    Plus Police Drummer Stewart Copeland arrived in the world, yes he did break one of Sting’s ribs.

    What else happened between July 15th and 19th in Music History?? Have a listen here.

    • 8 min
    Marty Miller's This Week In Music History - July 8th

    Marty Miller's This Week In Music History - July 8th

    Busy week this one.

    Jimi Hendrix fired after 6 shows opening for who in 1967

    Who is Gail Renard? And how did John Lennon make her a fortune? He did in 2008

    And a 6 million dollar will. Decided on papers found IN a sofa.

    Lets time travel This Week in Music History, July 8th to 12th

    • 9 min
    Marty Miller's This Week in Music History

    Marty Miller's This Week in Music History

    Busy week this one. July 1st to 5th.

    Johnny Cash plays live for the last time ever in 2003.

    In 1991 Axl Rose is an arse, you get to hear it first hand!

    And famous faces come to Dublin for a hitching!

    Let’s time travel the week, in less than 10 minutes.

    • 9 min
    Marty Miller's This Week In Music History

    Marty Miller's This Week In Music History

    What a week, Elvis memorabilia of the highest order for sale in 2012

    In 2016  David Bowie’s hair is for sale – Talk about paying for haircut!!

    And Freddie gets with Roger and Brian in 1970.

    This is June 24th to 28th In Music History

    • 7 min
    Marty Miller's This Week In Music History

    Marty Miller's This Week In Music History

    The week in 1948 Vinyl became THE thing as mass production kicked off – Know the science?

    Prince in 1990 was on the move and came to Cork for a ”funky grooooove”

    And David Bowie dips his toe in leaving planet Earth. And I don’t mean Ziggy.

    This is June 17th to 21st in Music History. Listen to the week in less than 10 minutes.

    • 9 min

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Bbonmars09 ,

What about Alice!?

I just binge listened to your entire podcast and I’m truly disappointed is that not one mention of Alice Cooper! You do realize without Alice Cooper the likes of Kiss, David Bowie, Motley Crüe, Poison, Rob Zombie (White Zombie), et al might not have the same following as they do in theatrical rock because of Alice Cooper and the Alice Cooper group. Even bands like *NSYNC who uses theatrics. They were the first band to integrate lighting into the music long before ELP. The also hold the indoor concert record for the largest audience. So, if you’re going to do a history show on rock; make sure to include everyone! Most of your shows were just rehashing the same stories year to year. If it wasn’t for the fact that your format is as good as it is (otherwise) I’d only give you one star. So, please make sure to include all rock.

Thank you for finally mentioning Alice Cooper this week. Thank you for listening. I’ve added another star.
Have a blessed day!!!!

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