@TylerPittaway (Twitter) back with you this week on Gateway. Here’s what I spoke about on this week’s show:
On this day in music:
- 1965, Bob Dylan recorded ‘Like A Rolling Stone’ at Columbia Recording Studios in New York City
- 1984, Frankie Goes To Hollywood had their second UK No.1 single with ‘Two Tribes’
- 1990, Roxette started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘It Must Have Been Love’
In your celeb birthdays, we have:
- John Newman, 28
- Jurgen Klopp, 51
One Great Day:
Producer Jack was talking about One Great Day; a series of family and community charity events being held in shopping centres around the UK this month to raise money for the Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity and locally based children’s charities.
On Saturday 23 June the One Great Day challenge is at Eastgate, and there’s an attempt to bounce higher than the iconic 1960s Basildon tower block, Brooke House, on Space Hoppers to raise funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital and Little Havens Children’s Hospice.
For further information, and to make a donation to this fantastic cause, please check out their Money Giving page at:
For your trip back in time:
Modjo – Chillin’
That’s your lot for this week – I’ll be back in your ears soon 🙂