Marty Miller’s This Week In Music History

Marty Miller’s This Week In Music History

This is as close to time travel as you can get. For now anyway! Marty Miller brings you this week in music history every week from RAdio Nova and Nova.ie. Prepare to be transported back in time - the nostalgia is real! Get your fill of music history from Marty Miller every week and get those classics out for a listen!

Episodes

July 15, 2024 8 mins

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.

 

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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

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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.

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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

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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.

 

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This week Paul McCartney gets hitched. Again. This one was in Ireland!

Speaking of Paul. The Beatles headed down under in 1964 and in 1987 a photo shoot with no Photoshop!

Check out this week in Music History here and timetravel the week in less than 10 minutes.

Marty

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It’s a week of goodbyes I’m afraid. This week in 97 we lost Faces man Ronnie Lane at age 51. 

2002 it was the turn of Dee Dee Ramone

And Beatles buddy Billy Preston was gone this week in 2006. 

In good news Def Leppard got a record deal this week in 79 and Bowie played Berlin with speakers pointed OVER 'The Wall'

This is June 3rd to 7th in Music History.

 

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Let's go time travel again. Looking at the week of May 27th to 31st featuring David Bowie, Michael Hutchence, The Beach Boys and the Stones. 

All up to stuff, this week, years gone by.

Thanks for listening.

Marty

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Looking and hammering through the week of May 20th to 24th in less than 10 minutes.

A smashed Kurt Cobain guitar sells big in 2023.

David Bowie in '83 was Number 1. 

And in 2006 rock royalty get prize from an actual King.

Thanks for listening

Marty

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This week we're time traveling through May 13th to 17th in Music History.

George Michael was in trouble in LA.

Poor Johnny Cash said good bye to the love of his life and parting is such sweet sorrow, as Paul McCartney parts with his hard earned!

Thanks for listening.

Marty

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Hello there. This time we're taking a look at the week of May 6th to 10th.

One of the tunes that’s a staple of the Rolling Stones setlist came to life this week in 1965

Bono and Edge as the bombs fall appear in Kyiv in 2022

and in 1966 The Doors audition as the house band of the Whisky A Go Go in LA

All that and loads more in less than 10 minutes.

Marty

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Hello there. Thanks for taking a listen.

The week in Music History, Bruce Springsteen broke into Graceland to meet Elvis back in 1976

Keith Moon, same year of '76 went a bit nuts but had to play for the pleasure and this week in 2017 Eagles went to court over 'Hotel California'

All of this and lots more in less than 10 minutes of time travel!

Cheers

Marty

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Ready for some time travel?

This week sort of had Beatles For Sale in 1976, in 1990, the guitar Jimi Hendrix  played at Woodstock earned a few quid and 

 no matter who sings Happy Birthday, it can still sound ropey! Looking at you Bruuuuuce!

 

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The week on the podcast we talk about the time Pink Floyd set a fella on fire. In the name of art.

In 2021, The Simpsons took on Morrissey. Morrissey wasn’t happy

And 2Pac tried to shock the people in 1996 with makeup clad boyos. 

All that and loads more in less than 10 minutes. Here and Now!

Marty

 

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Welcome to this week in Music History - Looking at April 8th to 12th

This week in 1967 John Lennon got the car spruced up!

David Bowie in 1983 was being the best he could be and downloading music via your computer for free? No way said Metallica back in 2000.

Thanks for listening. 

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Marty

 

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This week in Music History, looking at April 1st to 5th.

The Beatles get bored in studio waiting for Phil Spector to do his Job.

Doors get cancelled because of their front man Jim Morrison and Marvin Gaye, shot dead and buried in LA.

As always, all of that and more in less than 10 minutes.

Thanks for listening 

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Busy week to get through. 2 years gone already this week. Taylor Hawkins of Foo Fighters

In 1985 Stevie Wonder got 'radio' in South Africa really fired up and pissed!

And in 1987, U2 were getting grief from LAPD

Thanks for listening.

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This week is tough sad one.  Looking at March 18th to 22nd, when David Bowie was busted and arrested in 1976.

Pure tragedy for Eric Clapton in 1991, living nightmare stuff.

And a good bye to guitarist Randy Rhodes again, pure tragedy..

Thanks for listening. You may need a lie down after this one :(

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Thanks for popping in!

Lots to get through in a very quick amount of time, talking March 11th to 15th, when in 1969 Linda McCartney was feeling "terribly happy".

In 2006 Sex Pistols stick it to the man

And Rob Stewart annoyed for his Ferrari in 2022

Thanks for listening

 

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Busy week, but we'll still get through it in less than 10 minutes.

Rolling Stone's head Bill Wyman split from his very young wife in 1990. Stones drummer Charlie Watts told it like it was.

On the actual wedding day!

Ozzy and Osbournes arrive on TV with their home life show in 2002.

And John Lennon plays down brilliance in 1975.

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