On this Day in Music History: February 2, 1993

On this Day in Music History: February 2, 1993

Brought to you by Blackfire Research….Today is Groundhog Day, which means that America’s favorite marmot, Punxsutawney Phil, will either emerge from his burrow to cloudy skies – and announce the arrival of an early spring! – or to sunshine – causing Phil to retreat back into his burrow in fear of his shadow, suggesting we’ll have to endure six more weeks of winter. Whatever happens, this day will always take us back to 1993, when comedy icon Bill Murray starred in a little film called Groundhog Day, directed by Harold Ramis. Since then, this day has become synonymous with one song and one song only: Sonny and Cher’s “I Got You Babe.” Listen on repeat for the full Groundhog Day effect.

Trailer:

“I Got You Babe”: