Category Archives: Radio

Best of 2022…thus far – UPDATED thru 11/10/22

Here’s my list of the best for 2022 to date, nearly all of the way through of the year. Enjoy! _______ TV Comedies _______ TV Dramas _______ TV Mini-Series _______ Albums released in 2022 New songs released in 2022 _______ … Continue reading

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Tuesday Tunes: Chronology of my favorite music artists

Below is a table identifying my favorite musical artists over the years. As can be seen, they vary from time to time, with some appearing more than once. Aerosmith, Def Leppard, Weezer, The Stills, and Wolf Alice have all accomplished … Continue reading

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Wolf Alice proves that great rock ‘n’ roll is alive and well

London-based rock band Wolf Alice released their third full-length album, Blue Weekend, on June 4th to rave reviews by their fans and by the critics. In fact, as of June 6th, Blue Weekend has the highest composite score on Metacritic … Continue reading

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Tuesday Tunes: The best progressive rock song in decades!

  If you are one who grew up listening to Pink Floyd, the Moody Blues, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, early Genesis, Rush, and certain tracks by Queen (Bohemian Rhapsody) and Led Zeppelin, you’ll know what progressive rock (or Prog Rock … Continue reading

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Muscle Shoals – a powerhouse of hit music

Muscle Shoals, Alabama is not the typical place one would expect music elite to record their songs and albums. More often, one thinks of Los Angeles, Nashville, or New York City for such an endeavor. But, this smallish metropolitan area … Continue reading

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Memphis – “The Cradle of American Music”

  Yes, Nashville may bill itself as “Music City” and Austin claims to be America’s “Live Music Capital,” but if there is one city in the United States that has truly given birth to the greatest variety of music genre … Continue reading

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American music birthplace geography

From Jazz to Blues to Hip Hop and Rock ‘n Roll, there are many styles of music that populate the United States. The following map depicts the geographic location(s) where these varied forms and their sub-genres have germinated across the … Continue reading

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Tuesday Tunes: My list of the best all-female rock bands

Below is my list of the best all-female rock bands. If you think there are any bands that should have been included, please feel free to send their name or a weblink and we’ll check them out. For the currently … Continue reading

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Tuesday Tunes: Radioactive band names

Here’s a list of band names from across the globe that pertain to radioactive topics, in particular the atomic age and/or nuclear issues. Twelve (12) different nations are represented on this list and most of the artists are rock performers, … Continue reading

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50+ Favorite Holiday Season Tunes

Film and Television Originals “Where Are You, Christmas?” – Faith Hill from the filmĀ Grinch “Christmas Time Is Here” – from A Charlie Brown Christmas TV special “Somewhere in My Memory” – John Williams from the film Home Alone “I Wish … Continue reading

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