Although the song was a trophy project for George, it served Aretha well, too. It was her first #1 hit since 1967′s “Respect.”
With the Yankees’ successful home opener yesterday — they beat the Orioles 4-2 — let’s give the groundskeepers some respect. Since the mid-’90s, they’ve been doing the “Y.M.C.A.” dance as they groom the field during the 7th inning stretch.
Today, we pay tribute to Marvin Gaye on the 30th anniversary of his death. As an iconic voice of the Motown era, Marvin’s catalog is one of the label’s greatest achievements.
Paul Carrack has one of the most recognizable voices in pop, even though you might have said, “Who?” when I mentioned his name.
Pop singer Rick Astley remains a force on the internet more than 20 years since his last hit.
This week on Turntable Tuesday, we’ll spin one of the unforgettable one-hit-wonders to come from the state of Georgia.
From time to time, TV theme songs make it big as pop hits. And sometimes pop hits turn into TV themes.
There’s nothing quite like the warm sound of vinyl. That is until you submerge your records in water for an extra smooth sound.
This week in 1977, the musical family The Sylvers had a chart-topper that fit right into the disco craze of that time.
This week on Turntable Tuesday, we’re playing the original vinyl versions of songs from the Grammy telecast: Ringo’s “Photograph,” Chicago’s “Beginnings” and Madonna’s “Open Your Heart.”