As we head into Memorial Day weekend, we know many of you will be road tripping to your destinations. Let's send you off on your way with songs that reference various forms of transportation for today's Coffee Break.
Buddy Holly and the Crickets released their first record and only single to make it to #1; The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan is released; Andre 3000 of Outkast is 41; and Siouxsie Sioux is 59, Today in Music History.
Soul singer Charles Bradley sings not only from his heart, but from his entire being. Bradley, together with his band the Extraordinaires, bring their soulful tunes into The Current's studio for a session hosted by Mac Wilson. 'Music is what's keeping the world together today,' Bradley says. 'We've got to make it right all over the land.'
On the first episode of his new Sirius XMU show, Julian Casablancas premiered a new Strokes song, “OBLIVIUS,” and announced that a new EP — Future Present Past — will be released June 3. The EP’s two other songs, “Drag Queen” and “Threat of Joy,” later premiered on Beats 1 and BBC Radio 1 respectively, and all three are…