I admit I am partial to the 60′s, 70′s and the 80′s as my favorite decades and my memories tend to be wrapped around the songs I constantly heard.Today, thanks to the internet, I no longer have to shuffle around my collection of 500+ audio cassettes to make a playlist (yes, I still have them). So I’ve got compilation tapes…and it is all good for when I play my bedside radio (yes, I still have one of those with a cassette player!)…still – the joy of digital music is something else! While my taste in music is eclectic, I am partial to the 80′s rock and pop....more
Location of Incident is hosting a Kickstarter to raise money for promotion, distribution and touring for their upbeat Rock and Dance music. Check out their kickstarter.com so you can come and see them in your town! They have just released their album “Strong Without My Fears” that is full of the Classic Rock sounds we all love and R&B inspirations....more
To celebrate #TGIF let’s boogie to the dance fever!Yes, its Friday again and its time to put your party pants on. This week’s music post has dance fever written all over it. Hope you ‘get on up’ and get those happy feet in motion....more
32 years ago my brother got his first little sister. I wish I could sit here and write about all the wonderful things that have happened over the last 32 years and all the lives I've touched and people I've saved. But, nah. There's not really anything special about my 32 years. I made it this far, I guess that's pretty cool.
Let’s Rejoice In The Beautiful Game And Sing Your Hearts OutEvery fours years the world joins together to celebrate the largest sporting event. The beautiful game of soccer can unify nations and fans to root for the best....more
We all need a little music in our lives, and why not belt it out in our offices or cars? In our effort to ring in every #TGIF, we welcome you to our weekly playlist.So, get your vocals ready and dancing shoes on for this week's 90's rock playlist. Let me know if I left out a crucial song? ...more
It’s the mid 1980s. Bands like REO Speedwagon, Foreigner and Wham! ruled the charts. But there’s an underground movement bubbling up — punk rock.Listening to my Sony Walkman late at night, the local college station would spin strange songs and bizarre artists. Sometimes, the songs were so awful my ears hurt. Other times, the music seemed plain boring and vanilla. But some magical nights, the DJ was speaking directly to me....more