Today in 1978, the American rock and roll outfit, Van Halen, signed with Warner Brothers records. On today's "A Day in the Life," we turn our attention to the early days of the band and learn why they changed their name from "Mammoth".
On this day in 2004, Nova Scotia native and sometime Broken Social Scene member, Feist released her single, "Mushaboom." What does the name reference and what are the origins of the word? Find out all this and more on today's "A Day in the Life."
Today in 2009, rapper Eminem released Relapse, his sixth studio album. What was going on in his life leading up to the recording of this double-platinum album? Find out on today's "A Day in the Life."
On this date in 1970, members of the Ohio National Guard opened fire on a group of Kent State University students. Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young immortalized the event in "Ohio." But, what is the connection to the new-wave band Devo? Find out on today's "A Day in the Life."
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