- 12:50 pm Wednesday, August 30th, 2017 by Joe Rock
- 5:54 pm Monday, August 14th, 2017 by hildiwmmo
You may remember my hilarious friend, Mark. He went by the name Just Plain Mark in those 90s radio days in Orlando. He played politically incorrect games on-the-air that were so funny, no one complained.
Well, he’s been writing for television and film in L.A. the last few years and just shared the trailer for HIS new film – the love story about the bond he shared with his beloved Whippet, Abbie.
As she came to the end of her life, he gave her one of those Bucket List last years. This movie is gorgeous to look at, first of all. It’s [More]
- 4:33 pm Monday, August 14th, 2017 by hildiwmmo
Cool documentary commemorating the 30th anniversary of Def Leppard’s Hysteria album.
- 1:24 pm Thursday, August 10th, 2017 by Joe Rock
- 12:09 pm Friday, August 4th, 2017 by hildiwmmo
While waiting for Green Day to take the stage July 1 in London, the British crowd heard Bohemian Rhapsody playing over the speakers and started singing along until it got to near-concert volume.
That moment when the guitars kick in (Wayne’s World car scene) – everyone in the crowd starts jumping…so awesome.
As someone so aptly commented, “Only Queen can rock a stadium when they’re not even there.”
- 4:45 pm Thursday, August 3rd, 2017 by hildiwmmo
Last night Joe Walsh stopped by the Late Show with Stephen Colbert and performed Life’s Been Good. Check it out!
- 4:05 pm Thursday, August 3rd, 2017 by hildiwmmo
Charles Bronson (pictured) starred in the original Death Wish in 1974. Now, an updated version from director Eli Roth.
It’s a great story, originally a novel, by Brian Garfield, of a mild-mannered man whose wife is brutally murdered. He then becomes a vigilante on a rampage.
The new Death Wish is set in Chicago, whereas the original took place on the streets of New York City.
Bruce Willis is already getting great reviews for his role in the upcoming reboot, due Thanksgiving week on November 22.
- 5:15 pm Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017 by ginotaliercio
What happens when Billy Joel and Guns N’ Roses wind up playing shows near each other? Maybe Axl will drop by your show and sing some songs with you….
- 2:06 pm Thursday, July 27th, 2017 by Joe Rock
- 11:18 am Monday, July 17th, 2017 by Rob
“These last couple years have been pretty tough… you guys are my medicine tonight.” – Deacon Frey
Tribute doesn’t begin to describe the magic that happened Saturday night in Los Angeles.
A touching, as Don Henley put it, possible “last dance” took place in Dodger Stadium to the presence of thousands of people.
Bob Seger, along with Glenn Frey’s son Deacon, took turns belting out lead vocals in what was very much an emotional night for everyone in attendance.
“It all started right here in Los Angeles 46 years ago” stated Don Henley to the roaring crowd that night. Little did they know [More]