We’ve already given you 40 Songs From the ’60s and ’70s That Your Kids Should Know By Heart; so now, here are twenty songs from the 1980′s. What’s great about this decade is the variety of music, you might think of Madonna and Michael Jackson but there are so many other songs and artists to remember.
Sting has announced that he’ll release a new record called The Last Ship this fall. It will be the singer’s first album of original material in a decade.
In Not Fade Away, we take a look at the legacy of some of the greatest albums of the past few decades – some iconic, some lesser known – as they celebrate significant anniversaries. Here, we take a look at the Police’s 1983 classic “Synchronicity,” which turns 30 on June 1, 2013.
Sting has just been added to the long list of performers at the GRAMMYS.
For the third consecutive year, Sting will embark on his Back to Bass Tour. The tour, which kicks off May 30th in British Columbia, includes 11 U.S. shows throughout June. Full tour dates below, with more expected to be released soon.
Gearing up for the GRAMMY Nominations Concert tonight on CBS, we tested Youngblood Hawke’s memory on some of the biggest songs in rock GRAMMY history.
Former Police guitarist Andy Summers will premiere a documentary at the New York Documentary Festival on November 9th. Titled “Can’t Stand Losing You,” the film is based on Summers’ 2006 autobiography “One Train Later: A Memoir” and will take an in-depth look into the Police from the ’70s, ’80s and their reunion tour from 2007-2008.
It was December 8, 1980, and just another Monday. There was labor unrest in Poland. The American hostages in Iran were spending their 401st day in captivity. The newly-elected president, Ronald Reagan, was planning his […]
To coincide with MTV’s 30th anniversary this week, Billboard magazine polled its readers for their choices of the Top 10 videos of the ’80s. Let’s count them down as we take a look and listen.
Perhaps The Archivist shouldn’t mention that they first heard this song as [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Weird Al Yankovic’s[/lastfm] parody version, “King of Suede.” It earns geek points, but makes most rock aficionados just cringe. Nonetheless, the music […]