There’s always at least one crazy moment from every Grammy ceremony, and if it’s a good year, there’s more. With the 58th Annual Grammys just days away, here's seven good, bad or awkward moments that made us say “WTF?!”
Peter Gabriel turns 65 today, and from Genesis to his stellar solo catalog, the singer-songwriter has help provide the soundtrack for many people’s lives. Of course, he famously provided the soundtrack to one particular iconic movie moment.
Debbi Calton recounts ALL of the places she lived growing up as the daughter of a military man. Her travels took her across the country and as far as Turkey (where she spent 2 years). Let Debbi take you on a journey of what her life was like traveling around and specifically what it was…
Debbi Calton here. When I was at the Grammy's four years ago, Whitney Houston died the day before the main event and it was incredible how the Grammy producers pulled together a tribute that would air live just 24 hours later.
It might be Valentine's Day, but it's also the release date of one our favorite movies... Wayne's World. The classic SNL spin-off was first released in theaters on February 14, 1992. To commemorate the occasion, we're taking a look at some of the classic rock songs that were featured in the movie.
At 6:20 - "The Question from Hell" for Villanova vs. Georgetown basketball tickets At 7:40 - How The Grammys Get It Wrong At 8:10 - Musicologist Chris Epting on You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet and at 8:35 - "The Single Second Challenge" for Comfort Food Fest passes
What if Valentine's Day text messages were all classic rock lyrics? With the day of love upon us, we've thought of a few scenarios where classic rock would make or break some text messages on Valentine's Day.
Tonight, The Boss returns to the 'Streets of Philadelphia' to perform 'The River' album. To get you pumped up for the show, we take a look back at some of Springsteen's past performances off the album.