Matriarch. Before Mary J. Blige began her career in music she was a directory assistance operator.
Baby Don't Go. Sonny & Cher released "Baby Don't Go" on the Reprise label.
Against The Wind. Against The Wind was Bob Seger's first #1 album.
Johnny Maestro. Sixteen Candles was a hit for The Crests in 1959.
Ireland. All four members of The Cranberries were born in Limerick, Ireland.
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.
Radio Radio. Elvis Costello performed "Radio Radio" on the 25th anniversary show of "Saturday Night Live".
Love Angel Music Baby. No Doubt has won four MTV Video Music Awards.
Mindless Behavior. Mindless Behavior released the LP "All Around the World" and the documentary film "Mindless Behavior: All Around the World" in March 2013.
James, Dave, Ron, Lars. Metallica's original line up had Ron McGovney on bass and Dave Mustaine on guitar, along with James and Lars.
The Perfect Crime. "The Perfect Crime" was released on 2 October 2015 and the album peaked at number 2 on the Australian charts.
Ciccone. Madonna's first number one single was "Like A Virgin".
Reggae. 2007's "Beautiful Girls" was the debut single of 17-year old Jamaican, Sean Kingston.
Otis Redding. Otis Redding was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989.
Radiohead. Radiohead's first release was a 1992 U.K.-only EP.
Bette Midler. Bette Midler's 1989 single "Wind Beneath My Wings" was her first #1 hit.
Adam Clayton. Adam Clayton was arrested in August of 1989 in Dublin for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.
Stevie Ray Vaughan. Stevie Ray Vaughan died in a helicopter crash.
Going Down For Real. G.D.F.R. was released as the lead single from Flo Rida's fifth studio album "The Perfect 10" on October 21, 2014.