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Listen to “The African History Network Show” with Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network on 910 AM The Superstation WFDF in Detroit, Sundays, 9pm-11pm EST. We focus on Educating, Empowering and Inspiring people of African Descent throughout the Diaspora and around the World because Right Knowledge corrects wrong behavior. Listen LIVE on 910 AM WFDF in Detroit or around the world online at www.910AMSuperstation.com or by downloading the iHeart Radio App to your smartphone or a ...
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Your music podcast network for all things music history. The podcasts are: The Music History Today daily podcast: a briefing on the daily history of the glorious art form known as music Music Halls of Fame Weekly Podcast, where we celebrate a year in music and an inductee that year of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, along with examining whether a given artist of the week deserves to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Plus, we talk about another Hall of Fame, music museum, or wa ...
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This week, we honor the year in music for 1996, along with a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of 1996, we look at the case for putting Pink into next year's class of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Plus, our spotlight hall is the Songwriters Hall of Fame in Los Angeles, California. Podcast Episode Music Playlist - youtube.com/playlist…
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At 11:45AM on D-Day, Aunt Jenny’s Real Life Stories took to the air over CBS featuring Dan Seymour as both announcer and actor. Later this year Seymour would play Vichy French Captain Renard in To Have and Have Not. Unlike most daytime serials, Aunt Jenny confined its tales to five-chapter stories which were completed each week. The cast shifted wi…
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In AD 376 an entire nation of Goths (the Theruingi) gathered on the northern banks of the Danube and asked permission to enter and settle within the Eastern Roman Empire. The Eastern Emperor, Valens (r. 364–78), agreed and this set off a series of events which would end in the greatest disaster for Rome since Cannae in 216 BC: the battle of Adriano…
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'Bleach Blonde, Bad Built, Butch Body': Jasmine Crockett DESTROYS Marjorie Taylor Greene - Historian, Michael Imhotep on 'Roland Martin Unfiltered' 5-17-24 At a heated House Oversight Committee hearing Thursday night, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., insulted Rep. Jasmine Crockett’s appearance, accusing the Texas Democrat of having “fake eyelash…
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On the May 30 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Diana Ross enters rehab, the Beatles start work on a new album, and there are two Jerry Garcia-related events to talk about. Also, happy birthday to Benny Goodman, Wynonna Judd, Idina Menzel, and Tom Morello. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio v…
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On the May 29 edition of the Music History Today podcast, one of the biggest selling songs was recorded, Tina Turner made her comeback, and a classical music piece made a less than spectacular debut. Also, happy birthday to two Jacksons, Mel B, Noel Gallagher, and Melissa Etheridge. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscri…
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At 11:30AM CBS interrupted their scheduled mid-day programming for a newsbreak and a speech from Charles De Gaulle. Born in 1890, De Gaulle was a decorated soldier during the First World War. He repeatedly admonished his superiors for outdated nineteenth century fighting techniques which included bayonet charges against heavy artillery. De Gaulle’s…
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On this oversized edition, We discuss two of the biggest albums of the 1980s that were released 1 week apart, how a classic ballet had a not so good reception, how one concert can change the world, how picking on the establishment can lead to great sales, how sleeping in can promote peace, how quitting concert performing can lead to making the grea…
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On the May 28 edition of the Music History Today podcast, a rich guy puts on his own music festival, a rock group reunites for a tour, and a music organization is formed. Also, happy birthday to Kylie Minogue, Gladys Knight, and John Fogerty. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music histo…
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The woman you just heard is famed New York character actress Jan Miner. In the mid-1940s Jan was on multiple soap operas, like Lora Lawton. Many top shows were produced by Frank and Anne Hummert. The Hummert radio ties grew from the prominent Chicago advertising agency, Blackett-Sample-and Hummert. Frank Hummert was a celebrated copywriter. His wif…
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On the May 27 edition of the Music History Today podcast, 50 Cent proves that as a baseball player, he makes a great rapper, Michael meets Lisa Marie, and a legendary Dylan album is released, along with a controversial Sex Pistols song (okay, all of their songs were controversial but this one REALLY was). For more music history, subscribe to my You…
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At 10AM CBS resumed programming with their mid-morning soap operas. First up was Valiant Lady, starring Joan Blaine. Joan was a valiant lady because she sacrificed a promising Broadway career for her father’s sake, then married a “brilliant but unstable" surgeon. People like the just-heard Mandel Kramer loved working on soap operas from New York.At…
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On today's episode of the Music History Today Podcast, tragedy strikes at a teen idol's concert, Michael and Lisa Marie get married, and three music classics are recorded. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUSIC HISTORY TODA…
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At 9AM eastern war time, CBS World News signed on with Douglas Edwards reporting. On D-Day Edwards was twenty-six years old. He’d been hired in 1942 by CBS as a reporter and understudy for John Daly. When Daly was sent overseas to cover the war in 1943 Edwards was promoted to lead The World Today, World News Today, and Report to the Nation. In 1945…
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On today's episode of the Music History Today Podcast, everybody holds hands, counts records in a completely different way, & the movie with an iconic soundtrack opens in 40 movie theaters & becomes a worldwide smash. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you…
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I just phoned CBS news headquarters at 485 Madison Avenue. I’m told that they’ll resume scheduled programming at 10AM. NBC has canceled all programming until further notice. Mutual and The Blue Network are interspersing news throughout the day. The Stock Exchange will observe two minutes of silence and Mayor La Guardia will be holding a rally in Ma…
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On today's episode of the Music History Today Podcast, Madonna causes controversy...again, Garth Brooks gets married, & the world loses a Duke and the Queen of Rock & Roll. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUSIC HISTORY TOD…
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As part of my job I’ve been sent by CBS to Union Square. I decided to stop by my high school alma mater, I’m at the Church of St. Francis Xavier on sixteenth street. They’re having a sunrise mass filled with prayer for our soldiers and other war workers. The people are stoic. Now isn’t the time to lose ourselves in emotion.Sunrise is at 5:25AM. I h…
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This week on the Music Halls of Fame Podcast, we honor the year in music for 2019, along with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of 2019 inductee The Zombies, we look at the case for putting Disturbed into next year's class of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Plus, our spotlight hall isn't a hall, per se. It's the Library of Congress National Recordin…
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On today's episode of the Music History Today Podcast, Eminem releases a classic & Tom Petty files for bankruptcy. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUSIC HISTORY TODAY PODCAST NETWORK LINKS - ⁠https://allmylinks.com/musichi…
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The man you just heard was CBS news reporter Robert Trout. Born in Wake County, North Carolina on October 15th, 1909, he grew up in Washington, D.C., entering broadcasting in 1931 as an announcer at WJSV, an independent station in Alexandria, Virginia. In the summer of 1932 WJSV was acquired by CBS, bringing Trout into the young network. He soon be…
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On today's episode of the Music History Today Podcast, terrorism strikes at an Ariana Grande concert, two members of the Supremes make history, Bruce releases his first single, and police stop a non-riot. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your pod…
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Tuesday, June 6th, 1944 at about 12:45 in the morning. We’re at Bill Pogue’s Bar on the Corner of 88th street and Columbus Avenue in Manhattan. I just finished a twelve hour shift. I need a nightcap before I go back into that low-hanging fog. Did you hear the President tonight? We took Rome. One up and two to go. ____________Only the German outlets…
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This week in this overstocked edition of the Music History in Depth podcast, we discuss the festival that only money can buy, we hold hands for charity, Duke Ellington & Tina Turner pass away, terrorism strikes at a Manchester, England Ariana Grande concert, and we celebrate the birth of Danny Zimmerman's older brother: Mr. Elston Gunnn. For more m…
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On today's episode of the Music History Today Podcast, Drake breaks a record and the Real World starts to get real. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUSIC HISTORY TODAY PODCAST NETWORK LINKS - ⁠https://allmylinks.com/musich…
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On today's episode of the Music History Today Podcast, the world loses Robin Gibb. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUSIC HISTORY TODAY PODCAST NETWORK LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday --- Send in a voice me…
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On the May 19 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Marilyn Monroe seduces, Billy Ray Cyrus dances, Glee Mania begins. Also, happy birthday to Pete Townshend and Jeffrey Ross Hyman aka Joey Ramone. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podc…
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On the May 18 edition of the Music History Today podcast, the music world has a Sister Souljah moment and loses a man with great potential, and the Beatles begin their first headlining tour. Also, happy birthday to Martika and Rob Base. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history pod…
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Diddy Seen ASSAULTING Cassie In Disturbing 2016 Video after Denying Incident, THEN Apologizes - Historian, Michael Imhotep on 'Roland Martin Unfiltered' 5-17-24 (WATCH VIDEO) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UwmIxKSj-PY&t=12s The surveillance footage, compiled from multiple camera angles dated March 5, 2016, appears to show the rapper, producer and …
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For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUSIC HISTORY TODAY PODCAST NETWORK LINKS - ⁠https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/musichistorytodaypodcast/messageSup…
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In Breaking Walls episode 151 it’s the spring of 1944 and Jack Benny’s sponsor, General Foods, thinks he’s in a slump. Benny got mad and it changed the broadcasting landscape forever. Tonight, we’ll find out how and why.——————————Highlights:• Benny's Early Radio Career in the 1930s and Ratings Peak• Early Problems with General Foods• Dennis Day Lea…
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This week on the Music Halls of Fame Podcast, we honor the year in music for 2003, along with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of 2003 inductees The Police. We also look at the case for putting Linkin Park into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in their first year of eligibility in 2025, and our spotlight museum is the Smithsonian Museum of African Am…
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On the May 16 edition of the Music History Today podcast, 2 greats in their fields pass away, a man goes from being a star to being a megastar, with the help of a tv performance and a dance move. Also, happy birthday to Janet Jackson, Liberace, and a host of others. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio v…
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On the May 15 edition of the Music History Today podcast, a legendary group signs a record deal, a legendary group lineup debuts, and a legendary record makes its mark. Also, happy birthday to Trini Lopez and Brian Eno. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever y…
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On this week's Music History In Depth Podcast, Michael Jackson goes from a star to a megastar in one night, the world loses Ian Curtis and Chris Cornell, and we celebrate the birthday of a man who changed music: Joey Ramone. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, where…
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On the May 14 edition of the Music History Today podcast, we have the passing of two of the most influential artists of the 20th century and a reunion of sorts of an influential band. Also, happy birthday to an All Saints and a Talking Heads. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music histo…
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On the May 13 edition of the Music History Today podcast, the PMRC usher in a new era of censorship and the Rolling Stones make the list twice. Also, happy birthday to Stevie Wonder and Ritchie Valens. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcas…
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In the fall of 1944 after Jack’s switch to Lucky Strike, General Foods did move a show opposite Jack. It wound up being The Kate Smith Show. The company uprooted Smith’s Friday program, countering Benny with a One-Hundred-Seventy-Thousand-Dollar ad campaign. While they did temporarily put a dent into Benny’s rating, Kate Smith lost forty-percent of…
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On the May 12 edition of the Music History Today podcast, the Sex Pistols sign, the Rolling Stones release a classic, & Burt Bacharach wins an award on his birthday. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUSIC HISTORY TODAY PODC…
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In AD 376 an entire nation of Goths (the Theruingi) gathered on the northern banks of the Danube and asked permission to enter and settle within the Eastern Roman Empire. The Eastern Emperor, Valens (r. 364–78), agreed and this set off a series of events which would end in the greatest disaster for Rome since Cannae in 216 BC. Dur: 22mins File: .mp…
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On the May 11 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Irving Berlin is born & Bob Marley & Noel Redding pass away For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUSIC HISTORY TODAY PODCAST NETWORK LINKS - ⁠⁠https://allmylinks.com/mus…
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June 4th, 1944 was the last Grape Nuts Flakes sponsored Jack Benny Program. Jack took out a full page ad in Variety thanking General Foods and their agency Young and Rubicam for ten years of partnership. Six days later, the American Cigarette and Cigar Company deposited two hundred thousand dollars in a special exploitation account for the program.…
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On the May 10 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Bushwick Bill gets shot, and a riot breaks out. Also, bust a move with Young MC on his birthday, along with Side Vicious, & Bono. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MU…
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This week, we honor the year in music for 1994, along with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of 1994 inductee Elton John. We also take a look at who will be eligible for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the first time next year. Plus, our spotlight hall of fame is the Canadian Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Calgary, Alberta, Canada & inductees T…
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On today's edition of Music History Today, the legend of Bruce begins, Louis Ends the Beatles reign, and the Beatles & the Rolling Stones sign on the dotted line. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts from ALL MUSIC HISTORY TODAY PODCAST…
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While the cast of Jack Benny became famous in their own right, Benny’s show had great guest-stars, as Dennis Day remembered.On the May 28th, 1944 episode Jack is in talks with Warner Brothers to make a film about his life. Naturally Jack thinks he’ll star, write, and direct it. Unfortunately for him, Warner Brothers has other ideas. They want Danny…
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On today's edition of Music History Today, Bob Dylan throws flashcards, a boy band premieres, and another Beatles classic gets released. Also, happy birthday to Robert Johnson and Alex Van Halen. For more music history, subscribe to my Spotify Channel or subscribe to the audio version of my music history podcasts, wherever you get your podcasts fro…
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On this week's edition of the Music History In Depth Podcast, we tell the tale of jazz great Louis Armstrong beating the Fab Four, and the passing of reggae giant Bob Marley, blues giant B.B. King, The Chairman of the Board Frank Sinatra, and The Architect of Rock and Roll Little Richard. We end by celebrating the birthdays of leader of the band U2…
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