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Throwback Thursday: Natalie Cole

on Thu, 2011-12-15 12:00

As a 9-time Grammy Award winning singer, Natalie Cole has certainly shared the star quality of her father, jazz legend Nat King Cole.

Among her biggest hits, "This Will Be" from her 1975 gold-certified debut album Inseparable won her two Grammy Awards: one for Best New Artist and one for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance, a category preivously dominated by Aretha Franklin.

Fans today continue to have 'An Everlasting Love' for Natalie and her music. What Natalie Cole song do you find 'Unforgettable'?

Throwback Thursday: The Cure

on Thu, 2011-12-08 14:51

Was your 'Monday blue' with 'Tuesday gray and Wednesday' too? Throwback Thursday has got The Cure for you!

"Friday I'm In Love" is the #1 hit song from The Cure's 1992 Platinum-certified album Wish.

The Cure is among the most popular and enduring punk rock bands out of the late 1970s. Formed in 1976, they are best known for their self-obsessed lyrics, minor key tonalities, and Robert Smith's distinctive voice (and makeup).

From our favorites "Just Like Heaven" and "Lovesong", what's your favorite Cure song?

Throwback Thursday: The Doors

on Thu, 2011-12-01 16:32

Hello, We Love The Doors!

"Hello, I Love You" is the #1 hit song from The Doors' 1968 Platinum-certified album Waiting For The Sun.

The Doors have sold almost 100 million albums worldwide, three of which were featured in Rolling Stone Magazine's Top 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list.

The Doors were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993 and they continue to rock the hearts of fans today! What's your favorite Doors song?


Friday Classic: "Under Pressure" with Queen & Kermit the Frog!

on Fri, 2011-11-11 17:16

It's the start of another weekend, and that means another Friday Classic.

This one is a new twist on a Queen classic "Under Pressure", starring our good friend Kermit the Frog. We're seeing double!


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