5 Things You Didn’t Know
A musical partnership with Neil Young is a dangerous one, but by now, musicians know what they’re getting into: the chance to work with one of the industries great creators, courageous in his willingness to […]
The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards take place this Sunday, February 8th, and we’re bound to see some deserving and not-so deserving musicians take home an award on Music’s Biggest Night. Let’s be honest, sometimes a […]
To many, the knowledge of Hawaiian culture doesn’t surpass Aloha, the Hula, and a vacation that’s a 10-hour direct flight away. (Editor’s note: WORTH IT.) But, of course, like every area of the country and […]
LOS ANGELES (CBSNewYork/AP) — Radio icon Casey Kasem died Sunday morning. Here are 10 things you might not have known about the man behind the voice heard on “American Top 40″ for more than 30 years.
Diana Ross made her name and career as a member of Motown, fronting The Supremes. Thanks to Ross, they became the label’s most successful act and, to this day, remain the most successful vocal group […]
A huge fan of baseball, John Fogerty released “Centerfield” on the album bearing the same name in 1985, making it the ideal song for 5 Things You Didn’t Know.
Being that it is the first day of Summer, it’s only fitting to feature Donna Summer and one of her most popular songs, “Hot Stuff,” in this edition of 5 Things You Didn’t Know.
A favorite song to sing along to at bars and ballgames took on a different meaning this past week after the tragic Boston Marathon bombing. Neil Diamond‘s “Sweet Caroline” helped to further galvanize the community […]
Huey Lewis and the News shot into America’s consciousness with the release of Sports in 1983 and garnered worldwide recognition thanks to the inclusion of “The Power of Love” in the 1985 blockbuster Back to the Future.
Perhaps “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” got lost in the shuffle. No one will blame you if it did; the song and album were followed by the groundbreaking albums Thriller and Bad. That’s why we’re taking a step back and having a deeper look into one of Jackson’s earliest and most memorable hits.