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Staff reporterCrew Mix-Tapes: Garry's mixtape a. I feel Cream: Peaches b. You Showed Me: Turtles c. Just a Girl: No Doubt 1. Laura's mixtape A. Something to Talk About: Bonnie Raitt B. Check Yes or No: George Strait C. Kiss a Girl: Keith Urban D. Stay Beautiful:...
FAU Sports | Sun-Sentinel BlogsFirst, a thanks to guest host Rick Henderson, who found the soft underbelly of the FIU fans and created a lively, if at times a tad nasty and juvenile, back-and-forth. I am glad the FAU/FIU rivalry is heating up......
Crew Mix-Tapes: Garry: 1. I Thank you: Sam and Dave 2. Goin to Acapulco: Jim James and Calexico 3. Bunge in the Jungle: Jethro Tull 4. Look Through Any Window: The Hollies 5. Disco Apocalypse: Jackson Browne Intern Laura: A. You Can't Stop the Beat:...
1) Kelli 1. Bauhaus - Bela Lugosi's Dead 2. Ministry - Everyday is Halloween 3. The Damned - Nasty 4. The Misfits - Halloween 5. Dead Kennedys - Halloween 2) Ed 1. John Denver - Rocky Mountain High 2. Emmy Lou Harris - One of these Days 3. Johnny Cash...
Music games have the power to turn people on to new music. And what genre needs more rehabilitation than country music? More people hate on Nashville's music than live in the entire state of Tennessee. I've been playing "Rock Band: Country Track Pack"...
Tags: Twitter, Inc., Xbox 360, Poetry, Crimes, Garth Brooks
Tiger Woods hit the links in Michigan on Wednesday, taking part in the Buick Open Pro-Am with legendary Detroit rocker Bob Seger. It's Tiger's first stop at Warwick Hills since 2006, which helped draw the largest fan gallery of the day. FOX 17's Tara...
Tags: Tiger Woods, Television, Entertainment, Sports, Golf
Tribune music criticBo Diddley, who died Monday at age 79 in Florida, was as essential to the creation of rock 'n' roll as Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and Little Richard, though he seldom got the credit or the accolades that were showered on his better-known peers. The...
Courant Staff WriterHere, the Marines seem younger, the years scrubbed from their faces, no trace of Fallujah on immaculate dress uniforms. Like Rip Van Winkle's nap in reverse, the weary men of Charlie Company closed their eyes in Iraq and awoke a few weeks later in a...
Tags: Toby Keith, Halloween, Vehicles, Death, Gaming
Concrete doughnuts. Giant ashtrays. Toilet bowls. There have been few kind descriptions of the instant-eyesore multipurpose stadiums erected in the 1970s. All had the design passion and innovation of a bored kindergartner drawing a circle with the top...
Staff WriterThis year's induction ceremony for the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame was much like the music industry itself: fragmented, seemingly random and only occasionally exciting. Last year's ceremony's paid tribute to the power of British new wave with inductees...
NEW YORK -- Prince burst into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Monday with some blistering funk, joined by the regional stew of Bob Seger's heartland rock, ZZ Top's Texas boogie and Jackson Browne's California smoothness. George Harrison became the third...
Got a free night and nowhere to go? Here are some nightspots to check out near Rosemont: Beale Street Blues Cafe 1550 N. Rand Rd., Palatine 847-776-9850 Located in a nondescript shopping strip, this slick two-level, full-service restaurant nevertheless...
Tags: Music Theater, Dolly Parton, Theater, Kensington, Marketing
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