This Day In Music History: 1958 – Buddy Holly and Maria Elena Santiago were married in a private ceremony at his parents home in Lubbock, TX. 1969 – The Woodstock Music and Art Fair began in Bethel, NY. The three-day concert featured 24 bands and drew over 400,000 people.
This Day In Music History: 1956 – A DJ in Washington, DC, created the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Elvis Presley. 1976 – Nick Lowe’s debut solo single, “So It Goes,” was released.
This Day In Music History: 1963 – The TV program “Ready Steady Go!” premiered in England. 1969 – The non-album single “Hot Fun in The Summertime” was released by Sly and the Family Stone.
Area roadwork continues this week. PennDOT says the Route 322 eastbound ramps will be closed at the Burnham interchange beginning today (Monday, June 17th). The closures are scheduled to be in effect for eight days—through June 25th. During the ramp closures, Route 322 eastbound traffic will continue to the Electric Avenue/522 North interchange. After taking […]