The genius behind the floppy disk rock ‘n’ roll cover videos has created another gem, this time Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit”. This is a must-see.
While we’re waiting for our new Apple Watch to be delivered, we here at WZLX found something even cooler: a retro Apple II watch.
This week on ChuckTV, Chuck Nowlin can’t seem to wake up. Get transported into the dreamland that is Chuck’s dormant brain.
You know, for a genre that loves to drink and party all the time, classic rock doesn’t sing that much about beer. But these songs do, and they should be a part of everyone’s National Beer Day playlist.
Something tells me these Aussie gals are about to become internet superstars. They’re funny, entertaining, witty, attractive, and they love classic rock! What’s not to like? Watch them mime their way through the entire history of popular music.
Google always kills it with the April Fool’s Day pranks, creating hilarious fake new products, and this one is one of the best yet: a “smartbox” that combines physical mailboxes with the best things about email.
This week, Chuck Nowlin has decided to take a page from the sitcoms of yore, and pipe in a laugh track. It doesn’t go quite as well as planned.
Pink Floyd were never short on grand gestures, even without Roger Waters. David Gilmour examined humanity’s fragile relationship with Mother Earth in “Take it Back”, one of Floyd’s biggest post-Waters hits.
Back when John Mellencamp went by “Cougar”, he crafted the biggest song of his career. “Jack & Diane” is such an upbeat, uplifting-sounding song that you would think he had a great time recording it, right? Apparently not.
Ever wonder why Nazareth’s hard rock classic “Hair of the Dog” doesn’t mention hair or dogs at any point in the song? That’s because it wasn’t the original title. It was supposed to be called “Son of a Bitch”.