Buried Treasure

Buried Treasure

Newsflash from Reuters: A French municipal library has discovered a musical score handwritten by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in its archives. It’s thought to have been written around 1787, according to an expert musicologist. Could this be bigger than a lost Monkees...
Keep Your Love Lockdown, Kanye

Keep Your Love Lockdown, Kanye

Mr. West has posted his latest single, Love Lockdown, up on his blog. You may remember the single’s debut at this years VMA’s as the shows closer. But if you were like most of America you probably changed the channel after Britney “won” her...
Hot Dog! It’s ‘The Twist’

Hot Dog! It’s ‘The Twist’

Billboard is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its Hot 100 by ranking the most popular songs of the past five decades. And the No. 1 song (1958-2008) is surprise, surprise. . . “The Twist” by Chubby Checker. The Chubster, 66, was ecstatic his 1960 dance...
The Best Song of Summer (2008) Is…

The Best Song of Summer (2008) Is…

With Labor Day weekend over and summer slipping away, it’s time to make the call — what is the best song of summer 2008. Tough choice. There was no “Umbrella,” the undisputed winner last summer. “I Kissed A Girl” by Katy Perry...
Six New Artists To Watch

Six New Artists To Watch

Amy Winehouse, Leona Lewis, OneRepublic, Black Kids, Duffy. They’ve all been on Rolling Stone’s Artists To Watch lists. The magazine’s second list of 2008 is in the current issue. The latest picks are a diverse and interesting: Laura Iziber, black...
‘Take Me Out To The Ball Game’ Turns 100

‘Take Me Out To The Ball Game’ Turns 100

Baseball is celebrating the 100th anniversary of “Take Me Out To The Ball Game” this summer. The cultural milestone was written by Jack Norworth, a Philadelphia anchor who had never been to a game, on a New York City subway ride — he was inspired by...
Page 135 of 142« First...102030...133134135136137...140...Last »