Give It All We Got Tonight. George Strait's "Give It All We Got Tonight" from his 2013 album "Love Is Everything" earned him his 60th No. 1 single.
17. David Archuleta's "Crush" debuted at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2008.
Never Satisfied. The album version of Future's song "Never Satisfied" featuring Drake ran just under two minutes.
1979. Charlie Daniels, who recorded the "Devil Went Down to Georgia", also wrote a song performed by Elvis Presley.
Groove Theory. Groove Theory signed with Epic Records.
22. Bob Dylan won the Tom Paine Award one year after Bertrand Russell.
Floyd Mayweather. 50 Cent debuted his song "Straight To The Bank" during the May 5, 2007 De La Hoya - Mayweather Fight.
Creed. "Higher" was the first single on Creed's album "Human Clay".
Seven Nation Army. The faux-bass riff on the White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army" was created with a semi-acoustic guitar and a whammy pedal.
Lucille. B.B. King is considered to be one of the greatest blues guitarist of the 20th century.
Baby Girl. The single "Baby Girl" was produced by Jeremy Harding.
Baby Don't Go. Sonny & Cher released "Baby Don't Go" on the Reprise label.
Johnny Maestro. Sixteen Candles was a hit for The Crests in 1959.
Matriarch. Before Mary J. Blige began her career in music she was a directory assistance operator.
Ireland. All four members of The Cranberries were born in Limerick, Ireland.
Against The Wind. Against The Wind was Bob Seger's first #1 album.
Mindless Behavior. Mindless Behavior released the LP "All Around the World" and the documentary film "Mindless Behavior: All Around the World" in March 2013.
Radio Radio. Elvis Costello performed "Radio Radio" on the 25th anniversary show of "Saturday Night Live".
Dancing Barefoot. U2's cover of the song "Dancing Barefoot" could only be found on the "Threesome" soundtrack until 1998's Best Of 1980-1990 B-Sides.
Love Angel Music Baby. No Doubt has won four MTV Video Music Awards.