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This Week in Music History – James Brown records “Live at the Apollo” | SCH Time Machine

The Legendary James Brown (born in Barnwell, SC), recorded the incredible “Live at the Apollo” album on October 24th, 1962. The album was released in May of 1963 and quickly became one of the more influential live performances of the era. The album was listed as no. 24 in Rolling Stones magazine’s 2003 list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. James Brown –

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Charles & Sara Rippey and the Napa Valley Fires | SCH Stories

With the terrible fire happening in Northern California, we thought we would take the time to pay tribute to an elderly couple that were just two of the 32 total victims. The story was originally printed in the LA Times. —– He was 100 and she was 98, and the two had been inseparable since they were children in grade school. This week, both died

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Tom Petty Rare Interview | SCH TimeMachine

As a tribute to the great Tom Petty we thought it would be great to look back at one of his epic interviews. This time around he gives a candid answer about corporate rock and being famous in the modern era. Rest In Peace Mr. Petty your music and talent will live on. Tom Petty was born in Gainesville, Florida.

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Hugh Hefner Rare Interview With Deep Purple 1968 | SCH TimeMachine

Our tribute to Hugh Hefner comes in the form of a rare interview and impromptu performance with Deep Purple. We thought it was quirky and interesting and a fitting look back at the controversial cultural icon. Hugh Hefner was an American magazine publisher, editor, businessman, and playboy. He was best known as the editor-in-chief and publisher of Playboy magazine, which he founded in 1953. He

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Jay Thomas Shock Radio Comes To LA 1985 | SCH TimeMachine

We pay tribute to Jay Thomas with a walk down memory lane. A 1985 local news segment by KTLA in Los Angeles, that showcased Jay Thomas and the future of shock jock radio on the West Coast. Jay Thomas, was an American actor, comedian, and morning radio personality (born in Kermit, TX). He was heard in New York from 1976-79 on Top 40 station 99X,

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A Rare 1972 Interview With Jerry Lewis | SCH TimeMachine

We felt it would be a fitting tribute for Jerry Lewis (born in Newark, NJ) to take a look back at a rare interview he did back in 1972. Originally recorded and archived by Belgium Television, Jerry talks about his upcoming production “The Day The Clown Cried”…which he wrote, directed and self-financed. Per Lewis’s wishes the film was never released, but yet is still catalogued

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The 83 Year Old Guitar Hero | SCH TimeMachine

83 Year old Bob Wood rips into a guitar solo at a local guitar shop. He was born in Virginia and is one of 10 kids. He played successfully for decades, performed with a number of famous musicians and released three albums throughout his career. He is also in The Southern Legends Entertainment & Performing Arts Hall Of Fame.

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Glen Campbell’s Final Live Performance | SCH TimeMachine

We thought it appropriate to look back not only at how impactful Glen Campbell was in his career, but also how he bravely faced off against Alzheimer’s Disease. Take a look at his final live performance. Glen Campbell was born in Billstown, Arkansas. During his 50 years in show business, Campbell released more than 70 albums. He sold 45 million records and accumulated 12 RIAA

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George A Romero Tribute | SCH TimeMachine

Romero was born in the New York City borough of The Bronx, to a Cuban-born father and a Lithuanian American mother. His father has been reported as born in A Coruña, with his family coming from the Galician town of Neda, although Romero once described his father as of Castilian descent. His father worked as a commercial artist. Romero was raised in the Bronx, and

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Rare 1960s New York Central Park Photos by Diane Arbus | SCH TimeMachine

Diane Arbus, world renowned photographer, was born in New York City, NY in 1923 In 1956, restless and unfulfilled, she fled the confines of the commercial studio and took to the streets, first with a 35mm Nikon and later with a medium format twin-lens reflex camera. Some of the richest grounds for photographic encounters were the city’s public parks, where Arbus prowled the lanes and

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