Here's what you'll hear today (right-click to download MP3 or to open in a new tab in window):
- Tristan Clopet: "Your Love Is a Drug"
- Tristan Clopet: "Superficiality Is a Sin"
- Tristan Clopet: "Love and a Question"
The Boston Massacre (in which British troops killed five Americans) occurred this day in 1770. American author and illustrator Howard Pyle was born this day in 1853. The U.S. Senate organized a court of impeachment against President Andrew Johnson this day in 1868. Scientific bad-ass Nikola Tesla described the process of ball lightning formation in an article published this day in 1904. English actor Sir Rex Harrison was born this day in 1908. American actor Dean Stockwell was born this day in 1936. Football player turned actor Fred "The Hammer" Williamson was born this day in 1938. Science fiction author Mike Resnick was born this day in 1942. Georgian-born Soviet leader Joseph Stalin died this day in 1953. English-born Australian singer and teen idol Andy Gibb was born this day in 1958. American TV writer and producer David Fury was born this day in 1959. Country singers Patsy Cline, Cowboy Copas and Hawkshaw Hawkins died in a plane crash this day in 1963, along with their pilot, near Ye Olde Podcaster's hometown of Camden, Tenn. British actor Paul Blackthorne and French rapper MC Solaar were both born this day in 1969. American actress Eva Mendes was born this day in 1974. Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" was the No. 1 single in the U.S. this day in 1979, and Eddie Rabbit's "I Love a Rainy Night" topped the U.S. singles chart this day in 1981. And comic actor John Belushi died this day in 1982.