Help the Troubadour Survive! Another legendary Hollywood business is facing permanent closure due to the pandemic. The legendary Troubadour Club in West Hollywood may not survive…as LAtimes.com reports: “For 60 years, the historic club the Troubadour has anchored the western… Read More ›
50 Years Ago Today…The Kent State Massacre – “4 Dead In Ohio” – Remembering Those Who Died In A Deadly Protest
50 Years Ago Today…A Shameful Day In Our Nation’s History… I am a student of political history, and with many recent protests against restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it’s more important than ever to remember a horrific and senseless… Read More ›
“Wait For Me”! Stevie Wonder Sings! White Rabbits And Eminem Too! Songs With A “W” Includes Robbie Williams!
Time For A Big Smile! Stevie Wonder Kicks Off My “Songs For Sunday”! As we continue to endure #quarantiningathome, at least we hav music to cheer us up….and for this week’s “Songs For Sunday”, I’ve got some of the best… Read More ›
Bob Dylan’s First #1 Hit! The Singer’s “Murder Most Foul” Tops The Charts! My “Songs For Sunday” Has The Lyrics!
Dylan Goes To #1 For The First Time! As hard as it is to imagine, legendary Singer/Songwriter Bob Dylan has FINALLY hit #1 on the Billboard charts! As Vulture.com reported with tongue somewhat firmly in cheek: “A very talented, promising… Read More ›
“Catch The Sun” With Songs To Cheer You Up! Shelter In Place With These Classic Songs Of “Determination” and Hope!
Celebrating Music With The Letter “D”! As most of the world is #Shelteringathome, we can all use some music to raise our spirits and keep us sane in these insane times. These are either songs OR Artists beginning with the… Read More ›
Welcome To Beverly Hills 90210! Yes, there is a strange “new normal” in Beverly Hills – just like the rest of the world right now, as we “shelter in place” and fight back against the coronavirus. For those who haven’t… Read More ›
Bette Midler IS “The Rose!” An Incredible Movie Debut From A Pop Icon – A “Pop Stars Moonlighting” Blogathon!
“Where you going…? Where’s everybody going…?” Bette Midler makes an electrifying motion picture debut as “The Rose” – this 1979 musical drama tells the story of a self-destructive ’60s rock star who struggles to cope with the constant pressures of… Read More ›