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Song of the day: 19 February 2015

This song originally was released in 1955 by Fats Domino, who scored a big hit with it. He sold millions of copies, and reached number 10 in the pop chart. 57 more words

Song Of The Day

Hump Day Unusual Moment: Pat Boone "It's A Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock 'N Roll)

With this morning’s announcement that AC/DC will be playing Wrigley Field on September 15th, the Hump Day Unusual Moment returns to an old favorite, In a Metal Mood, a truly frightening album from middle of the road legend Pat Boone. 188 more words


ACDC: "It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Want to Rock 'n' Roll)"

Tune du Jour: “It’s a Long Way to the Top (If You Want to Rock ‘n’ Roll)” – ACDC
THE CLASH of Cover Tunes: Dropkick Murphys vs.  207 more words
THE CLASH Of Cover Tunes

President Strangelove

Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Jihad

The following is a well written article by Pat Boone. It is well worth the time to read it. 583 more words

Obama's America

White Bucks

I take my seat at the bar in the only upscale restaurant located in the historic district of this small, southern town to have my dinner. 1,363 more words


African American NOLA musicians rocked the nation

With the onset of African American History Month, I thought it worthwhile to address the role of New Orleans in launching Rock n’ Roll. Cause the very fact that the city’s contribution is relatively unknown is a reflection in part of the broader subjugation of the African-American credit for creating the music in the first place. 586 more words

New Orleans Performers

January 18, 1948: The Kid's Got Talent?

As the program began, the spinning of a wheel would determine the contestants’ order of appearance. As the wheel spun, Ted Mack would chant the magic words: “Round and round she goes, and where she stops nobody knows.” It was January 18, 1948, and The Original Amateur Hour, episode number one, was on the air. 319 more words

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