David Lee Roth
This Week In History: Simon & Garfunkel’s “Graduate,” Blondie’s “Heart Of Glass,” and Van Halen’s “5150”
This week, Big Jay highlights Simon and Garfunkel’s “Graduate” soundtrack, Blondie’s iconic “Heart Of Glass,” and Van Halen’s ‘5150.’
David Lee Roth is a true performer who takes the attitude that the show must go on. Even if you might have just broken your nose.
Roth introduces the video for Paytas, a YouTube star.
They’ll also release remastered versions of a few of their classic David Lee Roth albums. Not to mention, they posted some of their classic videos to their YouTube channel. Finally!
A Bald David Lee Roth Joined Dave Grohl On Stage For His Birthday To Sing ‘Panama’ + ‘Ain’t Talkin’ ’bout Love’
We couldn’t help but notice that underneath Roth’s newsboy cap, something was missing.
David Lee Roth’s new holiday song may not make your family’s holiday playlist on Christmas Day, but it’s an entertaining contender.
Roth said that a follow-up to that album is in the works, although it will be a long time until it reaches the fans.
Last night’s Super Bowl Halftime show – Beyonce’s tribute to Beyonce – blew up Twitter and possibly caused a power failure at New Orleans’ Superdome. But hey, at least no one flipped the bird or had a nip slip. So with another showbiz extravaganza behind us, we decided to look ahead to next year and offer our picks on who we’d like to see play the Super Bowl in 2014.
The current rumor involves quite the eclectic mix of genres: the already-confirmed Mariah Carey, rapper Nicki Minaj, country star Keith Urban, and Idol staple Randy Jackson. But what about the icons here? We’ve got a few ideas.
“Playing at the Superbowl is a veritable holy grail of musical recognition, a highly prized rite of passage for (game-changing) artists. Not a spiritual rite with snake pits or Hebrew school or anything, but it’s up there.” – David Lee Roth