A star is born in a subway thanks to Lady Gaga’s iconic song “Shallow.” It all started when online talk show host Kevin Freshwater was filming content for his popular Facebook page. He was playing a game called “Finish the Lyrics,” in which he approaches random people, sings a few lines of a song, and then prompts the stranger to complete the verse.
Even if you don’t love Bon Jovi, chances are you still know a few words to their 1986 classic “Livin’...
Björk is known for her avant-garde, experimental music style, and her latest project is no exception.
In the past, fans of Radiohead might’ve felt that the band’s website left much to be desired. The band itself even referred to the website as being “infuriatingly uninformative and unpredictable.” But not anymore! Radiohead.com has been reimagined as the “Radiohead Public Library” where anyone can access an online archive of the band’s back catalog in one convenient place. If you’re a fan of the iconic English group, you’re sure to appreciate the website update.
Who doesn’t love an unexpected song mashup?
January 1 is a time to start fresh and look forward to the coming year full of possibilities.
Looking to the past can help foster greater appreciation for a variety of subjects, including music. And as it happens, vinyl records are experiencing a resurgence of appreciation among music lovers today. The large black disks are being recognized both for their sound quality and their value as art objects.
There have been some impressive tributes to the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, but the Ohio State Marching band...
Billie Eilish’s hit single “Bad Guy” has recently been given the dad joke treatment in a hilarious parody video created by father and YouTuber Kirk Connor (of Funk Turkey). The playful spoof comes just days after Eilish became the first artist born in the 2000s to top the Billboard Hot 100 with her original song. Connor’s “Dad Guy” version might not make the charts, but it’s certainly gaining popularity online.
Both David Bowie’s Space Oddity and the Apollo 11 Moon landing turn 50 this month, marking two “giant leap[s] for...
Kids of the ’80s and ’90s are sure to remember the Walkman.