Some of today’s greatest songs have been parodied by Jimmy Fallon and the Tonight Show. There’s also a lot of dancing with superstars that is very entertaining. Check out this musical parodies!
According to Guinness World Records 2009, Led Zeppelin hold the record for “Highest Demand For Tickets For One Music Concert”. 20 million on line requests were made for their December 10th, 2007 reunion show at the O2 Arena in London, England
In 2011 a team of scientists in England determined that “We Are The Champions” was the catchiest song in the history of Pop music. “Y.M.C.A.” was second
In 2006, to deter gangs of youth from congregating in a residential area late at night, Australian officials blasted Barry Manilow songs every weekend
Roger Daltry’s stammering on “My Generation” is said to have been caused because he hadn’t rehearsed and couldn’t hear his voice through the monitors
Sonny Bono is the only U.S. congressman to have a number one song on the Billboard Hot 100. It was “I Got You Babe”
The first song ever recorded was “Mary Had A Little Lamb”. Thomas Edison spoke it while testing a phonograph in 1877.
Graceland is the second most visited house in America. The White House is number one.
Cher was a background singer on the Righteous Brothers hit “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling.
In Feb and March 1964 The Beatles sold 60% of all records sold in the U.S.