This latest reworking of an “oldie-but-goodie” will certainly divide the line between lovers and haters of dance music — but there’s no denying it was a brilliant idea.
A-ha’s “Take On Me” is already a catchy pop hit, but we’re always open to hearing new interpretations.
Listen to Elvis…before he became the King.
This Week in History: The Clash Have a Run-In With the Law, Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ Cover, Courtney Love’s Credit Trouble
Joe Causi looks back at Joe Strummer’s clash with the law, Nirvana’s Nevermind album cover, and Courtney Love’s bad credit.
With This Week in History, “Brooklyn’s Own” Joe Causi takes a look into the one of the many traffic jams caused by U2, the theory behind Donna Summer’s death, and Mariah Carey putting one of rap’s biggest names in their place.
Reality star Dina Manzo was the victim of a home invasion in Holmdel, New Jersey earlier this week.
This Week In History: Beatles Take Control; The Boss’ Big Debut; Farewell to the ‘King of Reggae’; ‘The Chairman’ Retires; Dionne Gets Pinched
This week we go back to the ’60s as The Beatles take control of the music charts; the ’70s when ‘The Boss’ makes his big debut; the ’80s where we say farewell to the ‘King of Reggae’; the ’90s as the ‘Chairman of the Board’ takes his final bow; and back to 2002 when, on her way to San Jose, Dionne Warwick gets pinched!
This Week In History: Elvis Ties the Knot; MJ Goes Incognito; ‘Night Fever’ Hits #1, the Greatest Guitar Riff + More
This week the ‘King of Rock and Roll’ ties the knot and the ‘King of Pop’ goes incognito; The Bee Gees send everyone to the disco; The Cranberries take the matter into their own hands; and we find the greatest guitar riff of all time!
This Week In History: Hippies on Broadway; Paul & John Say “No” to SNL; Rod Stewart Says “Bye” to Porsche; How much for that Fender Strat?; Sheryl Crow Helps the Environment?!
This week we kick it back when the ‘Hippie Generation’ ruled the Broadway scene; Paul & John say “No, No, No” to SNL; Rod Stewart says “Bye Bye” to his Porsche; How much did someone pay for that Fender Strat?; And, Sheryl Crow wants to help the environment?!
This week we go back to the ’60s when a no-name garage band would go one to be one of rock and rolls biggest artists; The ’70s when the ‘King of Rock and Roll’ takes to the skies; The ’80s, when the ‘King of Pop’ goes ablaze; The 90’s and one of rock history’s biggest finds; and finally to the 2000’s with one of our own from Staten Island, NY!