In need of a little mid-week inspiration? This day in 1968, a group known as The Jackson Five signed a one-year contract with Motown Records – they’d go on to have not one, not two, but FOUR number one singles in the next two years. Wait – you said you’re looking for a little mid-week distraction? Oh – well check out these awesome TuneCore Artist music videos and drift awaaaaay:
Happy Hump Day! Did you know that on this day in 1989, residents of the town of Washington, CT rallied together to form an action group by the name of “Roll The Stones Out Of Town” after the Rolling Stones began using a nearby venue as a rehearsal location for their upcoming tour? They did! Residents complained of the noise and high-level security involvement, while simultaneously proving that the Stones could still cause a little mayhem almost into the 1990s! Roll on with the rest of your sleepy afternoon but make sure to catch this round-up of awesome TuneCore Artist music videos first:
On this day waaaay back in 1954, a 19-year old Elvis Presley put in his notice at his day job at the Crown Electric Company and signed a deal with Sun Records! We like to think if the King was rocking in the digital age, he’d consider TuneCore for that sweet, sweet 100% sales revenue take-home, but hey, what do we know? If that fun fact wasn’t enough to keep you distracted, enjoy a nice rundown of TuneCore Artist music videos below:
Finding yourself lost in a daze of boredom on this fine Hump Day afternoon? Well, did you know on this day in weird and random music history approximately 40 years ago, Elton John became the Chairman of his beloved Watford Football Club? He did! See below for a picture of him goalie-ing it up. And while you’re at it, keep scrolling for more delightful distraction: a bunch of awesome TuneCore Artist music videos!
Happy First Official Day of Summer! And happy 69th birthday to the legendary, all-important, more-relevant-than-ever (sorta) 33 and 1/3 RPM record! It was this day back in 1948 that sucker was manufactured and began to revolutionize how folks consumed their favorite music. Now settle into that summer feeling with some visual distractions: music videos from our endless catalog of awesome TuneCore Artists!
Ever hear Ray Stevens’ “The Streak”? No? Doesn’t ring a bell? What’s about, you ask? STREAKING. Like, running nude in public. Which apparently became such a craze in the early 1970s that our boy Ray had a #1 UK Pop Hit dedicated to it! In fact it jumped to that spot on this day in 1974. Hence why we’re bringing it up on a boring, slow-moving Wednesday afternoon. What else are we bringing? Why a bunch of TuneCore Artist music videos, of course! Distract yourself: