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”.
Ever wondered what The Beatles would look like if you took John, Paul, George & Ringo and fused their faces together? What about the Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd or Pearl Jam? Well, you have your answer.
Yeah, we’re kind of cheating by putting “I’m Eighteen” in the E’s. But screw it, we’re calling it “Eighteen”. Here’s the story behind the song.
Chuck Nowlin and his cast and crew of dozens take time out of their busy day to bring you the best, high quality programming, that a radio station trying to shoot a television program can bring you.
Gisele Bundchen is done with the catwalk. She’ll take her last stroll down the runway in April in her native Brazil. Since she’s retiring at 34, we felt 34 photos of her career would be appropriate.
Midland, Texas police recently destroyed about 20,000 pounds of illegal fireworks over the course of three days, and the results are pretty crazy.
It’s National Awkward Moment Day, so let’s take a moment to break down the most cringe-worthy music video ever created: David Bowie and Mick Jagger’s “Dancing in the Street.”