Sep 23rd 2010 10:02PM Like previous posters said Route 66, Peter Gunn, and how about Star Trek and The Lone Ranger, I know it's the William Tell overture, but who can't listen to that song and think of The Lone Ranger?
Feb 16th 2010 4:18PM Suzie Q by Dale Hawkins was the song that set the tone for me as far as my musical tastes went, Rhythem and Blues and the Blues have been my favorite styles of music since I first heard Dale sing it decades ago. RIP Dale
Nov 1st 2009 12:11PM No Superman? No Sky King? No Rin Tin Tin?
Oct 26th 2009 5:10PM Kenney and Trambone, LC as you call him is a singer and performer that would blow you away if you could take the time to sit and listen. He trancends time and space in his singing and musings, pick up a cd or download a cd preferably an old one. He's a master.
Aug 19th 2009 2:06PM I saw Doug Kershaw the "Ragin Cajun" open for Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground at the original Boston Tea Party on Berkeley St. Boston in 1968or so.Strange pairing
Mar 19th 2009 10:00AM I have been overweight my entire adult life. I have two sisters and a father who are also what would be considered overweight, some just as heavy as 240 pounds, yet we have all been gainfully employed all our adult lives and involved in school and charity activities as well as taking care of homes and families. There are people who will take advantage for any number of reasons. I know several people who receive ssi for ADD and Depression ,etc. and are never questioned. It is sad that the last acceptable prejudice is bashing overweight people.
Feb 15th 2009 8:30PM Oh Dear, whatever will Chad and Muffy do this yachting season?