This Day in Music: October 22nd
On this day in music, the Supremes make history when they become the first all female group to have a number one album in the U.S. On the weirder side of things, a not-so-realistic waxwork bust of Paul McCartney was lost on a London Tube train. As it turns out this wax head was worth thousands of pounds! A lucky homeless man realized he had been using the head as a pillow. He returned it and collected a large lump-some of reward money. Shaggy was born in Kingston, Jamaica and quickly rose to fame in the reggae-fusion world, singing songs that are still know by heart world-wide. Happy Birthday Shaggy!