Top 10 Most Incredible Facts in Music HistoryThese are the facts that make you gasp and say, "Wow! "Really? " "I didn't know that! ". These are the top 10 unbelievable facts in music history!
When Rick Allen, the drummer of the band definitely Leppard (Their most famous song is 'Pour Some Sugar on Me') was injured in a terrible car accident, his arm had to be amputated. Def Leppard and Rick thought their career was going to be over. But then, the band helped him get back on his feet by applying easier tools that would create sound waves that would sound like drums. The band then got back on track and continued to play music.
Yes, Elvis, the famous slick, black haired babe, was originally a blonde bombshell. When he was small that is. He then began to use hair dye and dark gel to get it to the shade of black that he liked when he began to grow up through the 40's and 50's.
I did a book report on him and I NEVER knew that!
Céline didn't actually want to sing the famous love song, but was convinced by her husband and some producers of the film "Titanic". When it was sung and recorded the first time, it was perfect. They kept it and had her do no more takes. So whenever you listen to this song or watch "Titanic" keep in mind that the famous song was sung only once.
Also "The Quarrymen", which is a pretty good pun.
Doesn't sound as good, does it?
Over 20 of The Beatles' songs have made it to the number one spot on both the American and British charts. One of their first hits was I Want to Hold Your Hand. And to add onto the fact, they were the first musical artist to have a number one hit song that is over 7 Minutes, 'Hey Jude'.
The Beatles also made music videos.
All due respect, Monty, but I think your love for this song clouds your rationality..
The "illustrated song" first developed in 1894 is possibly the origin of music videos.
NOT. Pretty sure that honor goes to Elvis Presley, for his choreographed set-piece for "Jailhouse Rock" that is still has over 75 million total views on YouTube, and was played often on T.V. shows back at that time.
This not remotely true, there were numerous "short films" done to rock and other popular music many years prior to 1975.
Great recording artists like Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington and others were.captured on film in the 1930's and 40's.
More than double Michael Jackson's sales total, even if you add-in the Jackson Five. Only Elvis Presley is close to this number.
I have heard several different figures. Honestly I don't trust any claim that it's higher than 600 million sorry.
Whenever you make a mistake, imagine being the person who said the Beatles "had no future in show business"...
The Beatles made a lot of great music, and interesting facts!
Music solves everything, even war.
Imagine how teenagers would react to this fact.
Imma teenager and this, I did not know...so, WOW.
The worlds tiniest guitar comes with something even smaller; the worlds tiniest pick.
Should it even be considered as a guitar, though? Can you even play it?
I'd like to see it.
I wouldn't think of this as an incredible fact. I'm sure that if he had not been white, this overrated song wouldn't of been mentioned by the oscars. The oscars is pretty much racist anyway. Also, I don't think of it as a coincidence that this overrated rapper is the only rapper that you decided to mention on your list.
Not the shortest "rock" song, but the shortest recorded song in history.
This isn't a joke. This is real this time. Look it up and you'll see what I mean.
I have a iPod nano
Imagine how fast they'll eat wood if you play them a Slayer song.
One of the few I actually knew.