Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we'll provide the jams.

There were very few bands on The Beatles' Apple Records in the 1960s besides The Beatles themselves. One of them was Badfinger. Signed in 1968, Badfinger had a string of hits in the late '60s/early '70s, written by lead singer Pete Ham.

But in 1975, after a number of issues had gotten rid of all the band's income, Ham sadly hanged himself in his garage. Badfinger was over as we know it. There were then a number of confusing lineups until the 1980s, with two versions of the band existing at one point. None were able to recapture that earlier magic.

For a band that had such promise, this was an incredibly sad ending. At least the music they did lives on.