Good Charlotte are probably one of the longest running bands in Pop-Punk aren’t they? Even we old folk at In Key Magazine love them, alongside all the young whippersnappers who just simply wouldn’t understand the good old days! So celebrate with us as ‘The Young & Hopeless’ turns 16 today!
After coming it close to calling it a day, recording the infamous lost album that was ‘Cigarettes & Valentines’ and restarting afresh, it was back in 2004 that Green Day finally released ‘American Idiot’ and on this very day in that very year, gained their first ever UK number one album!
When it comes to the Track Of The Day at In Key, we often share something a little more vintage with you for you all to enjoy. Today is no different, although we’ve gone for a little bit more of a modern update on it! Ladies and gentlemen… ‘Johnny Remember Me’!
To try to explain why you need a bit of Death Grips in your day would be an almost impossible task… So rather than trying, we invite you to just enjoy this banger!
It was on this day, all the way back in 1970, that global superstar, guitar-player’s God and modern legend Jimi Hendrix sadly passed away at the tender age of 27.
A huge amount of time has passed since 2003, but has the world really changed that much? Fifteen years after it topped the UK charts, Black Eyed Peas’ ‘Where Is The Love’ still carries a lot of weight.