Did you catch Mr. Roboto being performed on Glee on Tuesday night? I missed it, but former Styx frontman Dennis DeYoung caught it and was facebooking his reactions.
While most people think of The Cars as a techno group, there is no doubt that Elliot Easton is one of the most underrated guitarists of the ‘80s. Some of his highlights include the guitar solo on the classic Just What I Needed and his own material like (Wearing Down) Like A Wheel.
BoomerCafé's Ranter-In-Residence issues a universal spring-induced challenge. The post A boomer reflects on the halcyon days of his life appeared first on BoomerCafe.
There's no shortage of love for Star Wars on the Internet these days, but these Star Wars/TV theme song mashups have taken our love of The Force to another level. My favorite is the A-Team mashup:
In 1986, Benjamin Orr launched his solo career with a solid start with his ballad Stay The Night that reached No. 24, but would Orr remain Too Hot To Stop?
Legos and Star Wars have teamed together to bring you (John Williams, play an overture for us here): The Star Wars Jawa Sandcrawler Set.
Kevin Bacon is mad at today's Twitter-obsessed, Snooki-chasin', Justin-believin', Kardashian-craving culture. Who isn't? But Bacon's beef (how many times do you get to put those two words together?) is their lack of reverence and overall knowledge of '80s history and culture. Shazam! I haven't been doing my job well enough, I guess. …
Are boomers a bummer? Not if we reinvent and renew ourselves. The post Reinventing yourself leads to a better life appeared first on BoomerCafe.
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 t... more from OldSchool...
Long before Ron Howard was directing movies about space travel, car racing and mentally unstable …
With a techno rock sound and imaginative videos, The Cars are the embodiment of '80s music culture, so this week let's celebrate The Cars and their individual members with some of their lost videos and singles.
A massive retirement planning malfunction has been created in America. The post Five forces destroying baby boomer retirements appeared first on BoomerCafe.
The nightmare started when the toilet overflowed. In fact, that’s how every nightmare starts. I’m going to make a horror movie. Instead of creaking floorboards or strange noises at the window, the protagonist will first be alarmed when all they … Continue reading ?
Baby boomers today are a force to be reckoned with in America. The post Boomers changing face of America appeared first on BoomerCafe.
How prepared are baby boomers for retirement? One columnist says, woefully. The post Ideas for baby boomers with weak retirements appeared first on BoomerCafe.
Steve Perry talks! And walks! On a red carpet no less! Check out this amazing video from last night at the premiere of Need For Speed, where the former Journey singer denies there's any truth to a reunion with his bandmates. But on the bright side, he does finally talk about his latest music project.
The American Geriatrics Society says medical evidence is scant for five common treatments in the elderly.
A whole new generation of college kids are about to be blinded by science. Even though they'll fail in geometry. ("Lyrics, dude. Quote them lyrics.") Eighties electronica legend Thomas Dolby has been named a professor at Johns Hopkins University.
Hey everbody, it's Friday and it's Music Time! Music Time was the last single to chart for Styx before their five-year breakup in the late ‘80s. The video is goofy fun for the band although it is obvious that Tommy Shaw was not on board with the song. Granted he was working on his solo album at the time, but all his …