Black Eyed Peas
Just love the Black Eyed Peas.I remember when I first heard Boom Boom Pow.I thought Yeah not bad but i tell you that song is an absolute gem.One of my all time favorites.I take my hat off to these guys they take risks and it works.They blend well together,they use Fergies voice to perfection and they come up with a great mixture of dance and rock music.
Black Eyed Peas The Time Dirty Bit
Snippet of a monster hit prediction
Pat Monahan vocals Jimmy Stafford guitar Scott Underwood drums
Train has 15 years in the music industry and with their latest album a great collection of songs.They add more depth to their recordings and help back up their classic song Drops of Jupiter which made its mark on music history by winning a Grammy Award.
Pat Monahan says taking time away from each other really made the heart grow fonder,of the break.We realized how important we were to one another and taking a few years off helped us all really look at ourselves and what we could contribute to this band as opposed to what we weren't getting from the band.
Save Me San Francisco
Drops of Jupiter
Born Ruth Jones in Tuscaloosa, Alabama in August 1924, Dinah Washington moved to Chicago’s South Side when she was three or four. Her mother played piano and passed her keyboard talent to her daughter.
Dinah Washington made the full-fledged leap to pop stardom, thanks to the lovely Belford Hendricks-arranged ballad What a Diff’rence a Day Makes in 1959.
Then came the collaboration with Brook Benton and that is what we are going to highlight in our flashback to the early sixties.
She was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993.
Rockin Good Way
Baby You Got What It Takes
I Don't Hurt
Time of Your Life
Bill Medley Jennifer Warnes