Donna Summer's "I Feel Love," Leonard Bernstein's first performance with the New York Philharmonic, "Rapper's Delight" by the Sugarhill Gang and a 1977 concert by the Grateful Dead are among the 25 sound recordings chosen for preservation in the National Recording Registry.
Flo Rida had some serious fun in the sun performing a handful of his songs for the Today show’s Toyota Summer Concert Series. The party rapper was still in a patriotic mood following the Fourth Of July, wearing an American flag shir... Read Post
In the fifth and final week of Sounds Familiar Records‘ “Long Hot Summer” series of MP3?s, they’ve wrapped it up with a hot one. Rapper Author Penzwell talks about how he feels like doing what he feels like he was meant to do, while... Read Post
A week after the death of Donna Summer, the singer has joined the performers who work has been judged “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant” and preserved in the archives of the Library Of Congress, as part of the ... Read Post