Flashback Cafe Flashback Facts: 1986 in Music
It’s time to flashback!
Today we go back to 1986 in music!
It was the year of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s first ever induction ceremony, honoring greats like Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, and Sam Cooke.
In pop music, Madonna made waves with the release of her True Blue album, while Dionne Warwick and friends had the biggest song of the year with “That’s What Friends Are For.”
Other big songs were Lionel Richie’s “Say You, Say Me,” Falco’s “Rock Me Amadeus,” Europe’s “The Final Countdown,” and Berlin’s “Take My Breath Away.”
This week in 1986, Whitney Houston was topping the charts with “Greatest Love of All.”
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