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Thanks for being a follower or listener to the shows as I try to record M-F daily, I am going to move into a weekly version starting Tuesday April, 6th 2021. Ok enough behind the curtain talk, let’s move into to today’s nonsense.

Episode 28 3/29/2021
Hogan slams Andre The Giant, Wrestlemania 3

Events in history of today

1973 – After recording On the Cover of ‘Rolling Stone’, Dr. Hook finally got a group shot on the cover of Jann Wenner’s popular rock magazine. Inside, a Rolling Stone writer confirmed that members of the group (Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show) bought five copies of the mag for their moms — just like in the song’s lyrics!

1987 - Hulk Hogan took 11 minutes, 43 seconds to pin Andre the Giant before 93,136 Wrestlemania III fans at the Silverdome in Pontiac, MI. The event was the biggest indoor sports/entertainment promotion ever. 2.5 million people watched on Pay-Per-View TV, as well.

Few Birthdays for March 29
1790 – John Tyler – 10th U.S. President [1841-1845];
1867 – Cy (Denton True) Young – Baseball Hall of Famer, so good they named an award for him.
1918 – Sam Walton – founder of Wal-Mart
1943 – Eric Idle – member of Monty Python
1955 – Earl Campbell – Pro Football Hall of Famer: Heisman Trophy winner: [Univ. of Texas: 1977], Oilers and Saints
1964 – Elle MacPherson – supermodel

Billboard Charts 1975-03-29 Top Five

  1. Lady Marmalade – Labelle – 13 weeks on chart – 1 weeks at No. 1
  2. Lovin’ You – Minnie Riperton -11 weeks on chart – 2 weeks at No. 1
  3. Philadelphia Freedom – The Elton John Band – 4 weeks on chart – 3 wks at No. 1
  4. Express – B.T. Express – 10 weeks on chart – 4 weeks at No. 1
  5. You Are So Beautiful/It’s A Sin When You Love Somebody – Joe Cocker – 12 weeks on chart – 5 weeks at No. 1

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