Z107.3’s This Week in Pop Music History: JT, Miley, Maroon 5 [VIDEOS]
Being the Bangor station that provides you with mostly today's hottest music but also provides you with a healthy dose of yester-year's tunes with Back In the Cafe, we are providing you with a little music history of the 1990's, 2000's and this decade.
Get to know a little about the artists that have shaped your musical vocabulary by taking in what has led to the music landscape of today. Behold... Z107.3's This Week In Pop Music History!
October 4th - October 10th: See how Miley Cyrus, Kelly Clarkson, Justin Timberlake, Maroon 5, Matchbox Twenty, and the Chainsmokers marked this week in history for pop music from the past 30 years.
1997 - Matchbox 20
Florida band, Matchbox Twenty, is wrapping up the final dates on their first tour with shows in Omaha, Atlanta and Washington D.C.
2002 - Kelly Clarkson
The Texas born American Idol winner is #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with her debut single "A Moment Like This". This was the song she sung to conclude the first ever season of American Idol after announcing her winning the contest.
2003 - Justin Timberlake
Now solo artist, Justin Timberlake, takes to the Saturday Night Live stage for the first time as host and musical guest. Legendary SNL sketches are aired that night including a Bee Gees parody and the "D*** In the Box" song.
2006 - Justin Timberlake
JT is back on our list because he made history by "bringing sexy back" with his song 'SexyBack' at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100'. It stays number one for 7 consecutive weeks.
2012 - Maroon 5
The rock group is #1 on the billboard hot with 'One More Night' and stays number one for 9 weeks.
2013 - Miley Cyrus
Controversial pop star, Miley Cyrus is #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with her iconic video 'Wrecking Ball'. The song is featured on her fourth studio album Bangerz and is her first number one single in the United States.
2016 - Chainsmokers
The DJ duo are #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with 'Closer' featuring singer Halsey. The song is the first number one song for both the Chainsmokers and Halsey and stays number one for 12 consecutive weeks.