Celebrating all of the events that make music great!

Music History Monday : 12/21

Celebrating all of the events that make music great!

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On this day, in 1991, “Bohemian Rhapsody” returned to number one on UK charts when re-released after Freddie Mercury’s death. The song would stay there for five weeks. The following year, it regained popularity in the U.S. after being showcased in Wayne’s World. 

Originally released in 1975, it was the most expensive single made at the time of its release. By the end of January 1976, the single had sold more than a million copies and became the third best-selling single of all time in the UK.

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