What A Phenomenal #Kellyoke Performance! I had to share this incredible performance from this week’s Kelly Clarkson Show. “The Voice” Coaches all came to visit Kelly’s talk show together, and they wowed the crowd with a special Kellyoke performance to… Read More ›
John Cena Shocks “John Cena” Singer Sho Madjozi! More Kelly Clarkson Musical Magic! These “Songs For Sunday” Have #Kellyoke Too!
John Cena Shocks The “John Cena” Singer! This week’s Kelly Clarkson Show had one of my favorite moments ever: a “dream come true” for a young Artist! That’s why these “Songs For Sunday” include one written all about John Cena!… Read More ›
Daryl Hall & John Oates – These Classic “Sunday Songs” Showcase “Abandoned Luncheonette” And “She’s Gone!”
“Recording that album was where we learned how songs become records. Our producer, the legendary Arif Mardin carefully crafted each song, every bit of nuance, bringing in the perfect players for the right moments. And it all worked together as… Read More ›
There’s a terrific new article just posted on The Washington Post, taking an in-depth look at Kelly Clarkson and her new talk show… It’s a really insightful piece that looks at the difficulties in succeeding in daytime, the struggles that… Read More ›
“Christine” Mows Down #31daysofhorror! “Cult Movie Monday” Revs The Engine On John Carpenter’s Best Musical Scores!
“Christine” Puts A Spell On You! As we celebrate #31daysofhalloween, I am taking part in a great group that is celebrating the film scores of legendary Director John Carpenter! Since it’s “Cult Movie Monday”, I wanted to look at one… Read More ›
All New #Kellyoke! Kelly Clarkson Sings Whitney Houston! These “Songs For Sunday” Include Craig Morgan’s Powerful Ballad To His Son…
Time For More #Kellyoke! For those who watch “The Kelly Clarkson Show”, you know that she begins every single episode by singing a cover song…and these are my “Songs For Sunday!” Here’s a look at some of the great #Kellyoke… Read More ›
Pearl Jam’s Incredible Debut Album! It’s Sunday, so time to share a hauntingly beautiful “Sunday Song” from Pearl Jam’s debut album TEN. TEN was released in August of 1991. As wikipedia notes: “Following the disbanding of bassist Jeff Ament and… Read More ›