If you ask someone about ‘80s music, they don’t always have pleasant memories. The general sentiment is that the ‘60s was the development of rock music, while the ‘70s was the ‘disco’ music decade and the ‘80s sucked.
The ‘60s belongs to bands such as the Rolling Stones, the Beatles and the Who along with many other classic groups who influenced the development of modern rock as we know it now.
However, ‘80s music is given less significance by the masses, but the experts think it doesn’t warrant such unfair treatment.
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The term ‘oldies’ can be used for the mainstream music of the 1950s-‘70s, as well as for those radio programs that focus exclusively on this particular era of music. All of the oldies music that was made during the 1950s till the early 1960s is also termed as the ‘golden oldies.’
The basic genres covered by oldies music are rock, R&B and pop, but some hints of other styles such as novelty, country music and original soundtracks are also included in it.
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Are you a music enthusiast, games lover or a news geek? If so, you should make full use of free internet radio stations to follow your passions. If not, expand your horizons, because there is a bounteous harvest out there and something will strike your fancy.
You can tune in to a huge variety of channels from any part of the world and listen to exactly what you want.
Music is an essential part of people’s lives as they use it to help multitask, escape from the daily grind and keep themselves entertained.
Similarly, some people love to have news at their fingertips, by reading newspapers or watching the ever-present 24/7 news channels.
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Wale and J. Cole’s concert at Los Angeles’ House of Blues in front of a capacity crowd officially marked the beginning of the NBA All-Star weekend.
The crowd flocked to attend the event during the unusually chilly LA weather, but it was all worth it as Wale and Cole wooed them with an amazing performance. In addition, the show organizers treated the crowd to a surprise.
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Rapper 50 Cent was quick to show off his skills on his recent visit with Conan O’Brien.
50 revealed his new "Sleek by 50 Cent" wireless headphones and then he told O’Brien a story that showed he is a not just a rapper, but a keen businessman.
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‘Transformers’ series director Michael Bay is not one to make excuses for his failings, a trait that has been well admired by his fans and critics alike. As soon as it became clear that the franchise’s second installment was a flop, Bay admitted to the movie’s shortcomings.
However, he has claimed that during the production of “Transformers: Dark of the Moon,” all the previous issues that contributed to its predecessor’s downfall, have been resolved. Continue reading Michael Bay Says Transformers 3 Will Not Suck »
Lady Gaga told her fans during the Monster Ball at the jam-packed Boardwalk Hall arena, “I’ve missed you all so much!” There is no doubt that the little monsters missed the Mother Monster during her brief break from touring as well.
However, the burning question on everyone’s lips was whether Gaga would perform her brand new single ‘Born This Way’ in front of them or just stick to her older material.
While performing ‘Bad Romance’ in the middle of the show, she whispered in the microphone not to leave as there may be a surprise for them soon after that song. After a few minutes of roaring screams in a pitch-dark environment, fans were ecstatic to see Gaga back on stage, surrounded by her performers dressed in the same Grammy night skin-colored costumes to perform ‘Born This Way.’ Continue reading Lady Gaga Performs ‘Born This Way’ in NYC Concert »