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Goodbye 2016, Oh hell 2017

We lost a lot of great people last year. It’s been tough processing those who died before their time.

Sorry for not putting more out last year. Listen to a number of new albums and will talk about them later on, but right now I want to talk about Green Day.

I have watched them change and grow over the years and have been impressed with what they have said of late and what they yell out loud.

Here is a look back at Green Day and good luck to them in the future.

 

 

Looking forward to many more years of their music.


Goodbye to the Legends.

Two greats have passed recently and I thought I would post these memorable moments.

Lemmy Kilmister

David Bowie

 


New Albums, Rob Thomas & Shinedown

GreatunknownThe Great Unknown, the latest from Rob Thomas. This album is very fast paced and gets you going. Loved the content and the lyrics and enjoyed where the songs took me mentally. Check it out.

Here are three samples from the album.

threattosurvivalShinedown never fails to please. This new album is just another in a long line of great albums for them. All full of visuals that make you think and feel every word of the lyrics.

Here is some examples from this album.

Enjoy the Music!


New Music, a Challenge and some fun.

This time I would like to introduce a couple of new artists (to me anyway).
Chris Madden
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Jordan Green

Surprise other groups do Acapella or did.
NSYNC

A Challenge to Pitbull I’d like to see this sexy man pull off this song.
Paul Evans “Seven Little Girls Sitting In The Back Seat”

Some fun music today and a shocker from Lip Sync
Alvin

The Monkees

Jimmy Vs Dwayne

Enjoy!


Songwriters and Spotify.

musicA number of things are out of wack in the music industry. One of those things has to do with songwriters. Aloe Blacc’s article in WIRED, check it out. As part of the discussion I understand that Taylor Swift removed herself from Spotify. I must say that is a bold move and I hope others follow here lead on this. If you don’t know about Spotify here is an article on WIRED! and one from the New Yorker.


Retro or not really Retro

I was listening to some of my older music the other day and it sparked a look at one song that has had a lot of success over time. == Singing in the Rain ===
Which version do you like the best?
The Original With Gene Kelly

The 80’s version by TACO

2009 With Seth MacFarlane

Most recently Robbie Williams

GLEE


A few month and alot of music.

Some not as well know people with really good albums out recently are as follows.
They Know

Ian Maksin – Soul Companion

Tim Cheatle – Trust In The Music

Serpent Underground – Death Symphony

Brian Mackey‘s new single America is out with a video on the way.
Other music out and worth getting….
Train – Bulletproof Picasso

Weird Al – Mandatory Fun

Lenny Kravitz – Strut

One Republic – Native


A look at the lady who thrilled us in Denver last night and her opener.

If you haven’t seen my posts on this amazing artist you should look at these great video’s of both these women.
We Found Love

All Of Me

Shatter Me

Stars Align

How To Say Goodbye

Broken Ones

Don’t Kick The Chair


Another look at McFly and how they have grow.

For those of us who have been fans in the US well don’t always realize how fast these men have matured and how there music has carried us along on their ride to today. Come join us on a look at McFly.
All About You

Obviously

One For The Radio

Falling In Love

Shine A Light

Love Is Easy

Most Recent: Love Is On The Radio


Shinedown: a look at them over time.

Shinedown has been growing in popularity for a long time. I can say that when I mention their name in a group of people most of them have heard of Shinedown and have a favorite song. Well here are some of their videos from early to present. Here is to hoping you become a fan too.
The Crow & The Butterfly

Second Chance

If You Only Knew

Save Me

I’ll Follow You Down

Her Name Is Alice

Most Recent Video: Through The Ghost