This is not just a valentine to Mom — it is a historical relic that was obviously printed on the very first printer in existence. This is also a piece depicting enthrallment and joy — at discovering MS-Paint for the … Continue readi...
The song in question is reportedly Modern Talking's You're My Heart, You're My Soul. The dance skills are all the dog's.
Soon the Internet buzz will die down from the death of the family dog, Brian Griffin, on the animated hit Family Guy. We honor the animated Brian with a little animated video of our own from the Newcity Rockers Black Dog.
Life is going. I’m sad. I’m okay. This forty-five dollar purchase from Wal-Mart encapsulates my life right now: two pairs of sweatpants, an inflatable raccoon, two cans of Pringles, waffles, and milk. This is the most Wal-Mart purchase at Wal-Mart, … Continue reading ?
If a new Van Halen album sounds like the perfect Christmas present for an '80s fan, then here's some good news... for next Christmas, or maybe the one after that. Frontman David Lee Roth has gone on the record to say new music is in the works.
In 1983 Lynn Goldsmith came up with the original idea to record a comedy/music album that mocked the Self Help Profession. With incredible musician friends and contacts from her rock photography career, Goldsmith created the alias of Will Powers and released the album Dancing for Mental Health.
Remember the speculation that Billy Joel might be announcing his retirement today in New York City? Turns out I was half right. Joel isn't quitting music, but seemingly is tired of all the touring, so …
After the breakout success of The Lexicon of Love, ABC stalled with their next release Beauty Stab. However, they returned strong in 1985 with the hit Be Near Me and (How To Be A) Millionaire that reached No. 20 on the singles chart in 1986.
Though interviews have continued to dominate my... more from OldSchool...
As I still feel the need to say each time, I am so delighted that interviews continue to be a legitimate part of this little blog of mine! When the opportunity presents itself to ask a few questions... more from OldSchool...
The 1983 US Festival is finally coming to iTunes and DVD. The three-day festival of music and culture, financed by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, was a follow-up to the '82 festival and was broken into three theme days: new wave, heavy metal and rock.
It's been awhile since we've done a theme week, so let's stop fooling around and begin Animation Week at Lost and Found. We'll pick five videos and have our own little Animation Domination without killing the family dog (RIP, Brian Griffin, RIP).
Use our handy new MP3 player to listen to our newest podcast, Episode 298: Fan Picks for Songs that Ended the '80s. Plus, Steve finds he can do a new accent. (Apologies to be issued during future show.)
Ah, Black Friday. The bargain hunters are out in full force fighting for that special deal or gift. But not me, I'll be away from the mess and limit my purchasing activity to Toni Basil's Shoppin' A to Z.
Stay safe during your travels this Thanksgiving holiday. And if you find yourself stranded at an airport, bus terminal or Braidwood Inn, then pass the time by listening to our Planes, Trains and Automobiles podcast from years ago.
For many, Thanksgiving Day means loading up the family truckster and "Heading Out To The Highway." In honor of such pilgrimages, we feature Judas Priest and Heading Out To The Highway which reached the Top 10 on the Mainstream Rock Charts in 1981.
I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of Winnie the Pooh fans suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced.
Billy Joel is saying he'll make a "historic announcement" on Tuesday, Dec. 3, at New York's Madison Square Garden, Rolling Stone reports today. Could it be that he's announcing a farewell tour?
Jane Wiedlin did her best in the ‘80s not to be defined as just the rhythm guitar player for the Go-Go's. She acted in Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, teamed up with Sparks to record to new wave classic Cool Places and put out solo records that included the most excellent single Blue Kiss.
Leave to '80s stars to know how to throw a great music party for a good cause. Though it's no Live Aid, the "Rock to the Rescue" concert on Dec. 4. will feature REO Speedwagon, Styx, Richard Marx, …