Iggy Pop, Johnny Rotten, Debbie Harry To Guest In New ‘Punk’ Docu Series

Iggy Pop, Johnny Rotten, Debbie Harry To Guest In New ‘Punk’ Docu-series New project will shine a light on what made Punk music click who were the shakers. December 11, 2018 – Producer by John Varvatos has teamed up with directed Jessie James Miller for the series simply titled “Punk” […]

Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody Officially the Biggest Music Biopic EVER & That New Tour

Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody Officially the Biggest Music Biopic EVER & That New Tour As expected the movie broke the record just a few days ago making it the highest grossing music biopic ever. After five weeks of release Bohemian Rhapsody made another 8.1 million and coming in at #5 at […]

Actor Ken Berry of F Troop, Mayberry RFD, & Mama’s Family Dead at 85

Ken Berry of F Troop, Mayberry RFD, Mama’s Family Dead at 85 (November 3, 1933 – December 1, 2018) The multi-talented actor died yesterday. His ex-wife Jackie Joseph-Lawrence posted the news on Facebook Berry played many very likeable characters. He could act, sing and dance. Before playing Captain Parmenter on […]

Radio Station Stops Playing “Baby It’s Cold Outside” Over Lyrics In #MeToo World

Radio Station Stops Playing “Baby It’s Cold Outside” Over Lyrics In #MeToo World Is The song too racy for 2018? One Radio station thinks so. Star 102 in Cleveland It’s a tune that’s been around since the 1940’s but time have certainly changed. Star 102 in Cleveland pulled the tune […]

Bobby Rydell On Hearing his First Hit “Kissin’ Time” on the Radio (Interview #5)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKS0oV4DUBI (Interview Clip #5) Bobby Rydell On Hearing his First Hit “Kissin’ Time” on the Radio He was only 17 when he had his first hit with “Kissin’ Time’ in 1959. He would go on to have 19 Top 40 hits including “Wild One” from 1960, Volare, his signature tune […]

Henry Gross Schools Us On Comedy (Interview #4)

Henry Gross Schools Us On Comedy (Interview #4) I first asked Henry Gross for an interview almost two years ago. He sang one of my favorite ballads from the seventies, “Shannon.” I like the song so much I wanted to name my first born Shannon. When I met my second […]

Top 10 Roy Clark Songs – Our Tribute To Roy – RIP

On this one we pay tribute to the late Roy Clark who passed today Nov. 15, 2018. Here is our TOP 10 based on old chart position and current play on Spotify. The tunes include, Yesterday When I Was Young, Thank God and Greyhound, Come Live With Me, If I […]

Michael Nesmith Knows Exactly Why The Monkees Made It Big

Michael Nesmith Explains The Monkee’s Popularity There’s a great new interview with Nesmith in Mojo magazine. We will put a link in the description of this video. Whether you grew up in the 60’s or 70’s the Monkees were in your path. Their TV show aired on NBC from September […]

“Party Of Five” Gets Reboot But It’s Not What You Think – Update on Original Cast

‘Party Of Five’ Get Reboot With Immigration Twist First off, this is not a “Roseanne” or “Full House” type of reboot. Its more like the “One Day At a Time” thing where they’re not bringing back our favorite character but reinventing the story with different characters and actors. The original […]

Actor Donnelly Rhodes of Da Vinci’s Inquest & Battlestar Galactica Dead at 80

A man with an amazing resume going back to the mid-50’s. He was a well known Canadian who had constant work more as a character actor. In the 60’s he had guest roles in the TV show “Maverick with James Garner, “Cheyenne” with Clint Walker, Bonanza, Mr Ed, Wagon Train, […]