On This Day in Music, June 27th history was made.
Taking a look all the way back at the year 1846 when Adolph Sax invented the saxophone. The instrument has shown quite the range, performing on classical, blues, rock, hip hop, and many more genres of songs.
Aretha Franklin graced the cover of Time magazine on this day in 1968. Dubbing her “The Sound of Soul” the magazine cover followed the release of Aretha Now.
Public Enemy released the group’s second album It Takes A Nation Of Millions to Hold Us Back. Featuring the song Bring The Noise and Don’t Believe The Hype, the album was a success.