Time Hop Music Du Jour

Today we take you on a journey through the decades as we revisit some quintessential artists of each age.


September 15:



1954 Frank Sinatra’s “Three Coins in the Fountain” becomes his first no. 1 of many on the charts.




1962 The Four Season’s “Sherry” starts a five week run as no. 1 on the US charts.




1979 Gary Numan’s “Cars” hits no.1 on UK charts.




1979 ELO (Electric Light Orchestra) “Don’t Bring Me Down” is no. 4 in the UK.




1984 Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s “Relax” spends its 43rd consecutive week at no.1 on the UK Singles chart.




1990 Steve Miller Band “The Joker” hits no.1 on the UK Charts 16 years after its original release in ‘74.




1997 Elton John releases “Candle in the Wind 1997”, a rewritten version of  1973 “Candle in the Wind” sung in honor and remembrance of Princess Diana.




Which decade do you prefer? The 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, or 80’s? Let us know why in the comments section below.