Seven years ago we concluded that Cash released studio albums from 1957 to 1984, uninterrupted.
But now I can't seem to find 1961 anymore. Help?
Also 1984 has disappeared!
I wonder which disappeared / what has changed?
I do see a 1961 album but it is a compilation album.
I'm afraid this man is not scoring high anymore.
1. Tangerine Dream (Electronic music): 1970-1992: 23 uninterrupted years of studio albums released since the debut! 2. Status Quo (Rock): 1968-1983. 16 uninterrupted years of studio albums released since the debut!! 3. Jethro Tull (Rock): 1968-1980. 13 uninterrupted years of studio albums released since the debut!!
Johnny Cash (Country): 1957-1960. 4 uninterrupted years of studio albums released since the debut!
Let's do some Maiden trivia. You guys know about the posh Glastonbury festival. Well, back in 2014, everyone was trying to guess who would headline the festival the next year. Dickinson was extremely vocal about not playing at Glastonbury because he found the whole festival to be too bourgeois for his taste.
That much is a matter of common knowledge. However, did you guys know that one of the largest gambling companies in the UK ran a bet on who would headline the 2015 Glastonbury and that Iron Maiden had 7/1 odds at one point, which was much better than most of the other speculated acts?
That's right, William Hill, the absolute giant of the UK gambling industry http://www.headlinecasinos.com/casinos/brands/ , a company with over 15,000 employees and multiple millions of pounds in net revenue, has placed a wager on Bruce changing his mind, even though Dickinson had ALREADY BOOKED Sonisphere that year.
I'm glad Bruce stuck to his word. Glastonbury is nothing more than an overhyped Coachella wannabe. No one wants that.