As a young 'un growing up, especially in high school, we could not wait for the end of school and the start of summer. No doubt at the end of May, this song could be heard cranking out of a haze-filled Mercury Comet...
Although maybe not the most appropriate song for the occasion, in honor of Mother's Day on Sunday this is the first song that popped into my head! Great tune and fantastic video...Phil Collins RULES! Happy Mother's Day classic rockin' Moms!
Happy Birthday to Billy Joel, who turns 64 today (May 9th).
With two recent festival shows under his belt at Australia's Stone Music Festival and the New Orleans Jazz Fest, Billy Joel fans are waiting to see what his next move will be. Billy, who hasn't toured since 2010, went on record as stating that he's considering a series of full-album shows in major U.S. cities in the near future.
August 10th will mark the 20th anniversary since the "Piano Man" released his last studio rock album, River Of Dreams. The album, which peaked at Number One on the Billboard 200, featured the Top Three hit -- and Billy's last Top Ten hit to date -- "The River Of Dreams."
Here's early Billy with his signature song!
"Maxim" is starting to reveal the women who made it onto their annual Hot 100 list.
Miley Cyrus may have prematurely leaked her spot at number one over the weekend, but the magazine hasn't confirmed the news. Instead, they are unveiling a number of her fellow pop stars who made the list. Katy Perry, who topped the list in 2010, clocked in at number eleven this year, with Taylor Swift and Beyonce following close behind at number 13 and 14. Demi Lovato clinched a spot on the list this year at number 26, a week ahead of her much-anticipated album release. Two "Glee" stars, Lea Michele and Naya Rivera, both are among the Hot 100 this year as well. Kesha came in at number 78.
"Maxim" will be unveiling the names and photos for the rest the 100 women in the week to come. Here is a look at last year's hottest!
It was 32 years ago today (May 7th, 1981) that George Harrison released his tribute to John Lennon, called "All Those Years Ago." The song is notable for being the first record since the Beatles' 1970 breakup to feature all three surviving group members, George Harrison, Paul McCartney, and Ringo Starr.
One of my favorite songs from my favorite Beatle!