Lately, I have been listening to the Led Zeppelin channel on Pandora. It is my favorite station (besides Jimmy Buffett and The White Stripes), and this weekend’s Rock On Segment features two of my favorite Zeppelin hits, Kashmir and Immigrant Song. Enjoy and for those who rock, I salute you!
Normally, you do not hear pro-life messages in the entertainment industry. Usually, you see more entertainers trying to push their love for abortion into various TV shows, etc. God forbid, you speak out on behalf of the family.
Nick Cannon, who has released several R&B music releases and is married to Mariah Carey, recently released a powerful song called “Can I Live?” Basically, the song focuses on his mother, who went to seek an abortion in 1979, and decided to change her mind to have Cannon. Hopefully, this song will impact this generation to stand in favor of the family. Cannon’s mother made a wise choice, and now, her son is able to impact people with this powerful message.
As a Parrothead, I would like to dedicate this special Pre-Thanksgiving Edition of Rock On to Jimmy Buffett. Buffett is awesome! Those three words are all I need to say at this moment. Here is this week’s Rock On edition:
After 17 years of waiting, Guns N’ Roses will be debuting their new album today online at MySpace. I am psyched, because Guns N’ Roses rocks!!!!
Welcome “back” to the jungle!
I am a huge Punk Rock/Emo fan, and I wanted to feature a video from a band called The Juliana Theory. The Juliana Theory’s music is amazing.
I miss the Rock On segments here at CCC, so I decided to bring back the segments periodically. Here is a glimpse into my music playlist. The Pretenders’ Brass in Pocket is definitely one of my favorite 80s hits, and I really love the choreography of the music video.
I decided to bring back the Rock On segment with a new twist. With the rainy weather, I decided to add a little insight into my music library. I really do listen to everything (ranging from R&B, Rock, Country, Metal, Punk, Jazz, Blues, and Big Band stuff), but one of my favorites is Mr. Blue Eyes himself, Frank Sinatra.
Today’s Rock On segment features Sinatra singing one of my favorites, “The Way You Look Tonight.” It transports me back to the black and white movies, where Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers danced the nights away. Enjoy!
In exclusive interviews, we find out why the creator of Pandora might have to shut down if it wants to make a point to labels whose best interests are playing out in Washington—and whether Apple or Microsoft might have to bail out the Web’s favorite personalized music service, even as they unveil their own.
As a Pandora user, I feel that it is wrong to take away another service that is perfectly legal. Our liberties are not just threatened by those in Congress, but the special interests that dictate how our legislators vote.
I am just in a Rock On mood today since tomorrow will be strictly politics. Here is one song that has been on my playlist lately. The Cardigans (the band with the hit, “Lovefool”) has an amazing song entitled, “I Need Some Fine Wine and You need to be Nicer.” So, Rock on!
It appears that I am traveling back to the 80s with the Rock On segment lately. What would the 80s be without Journey? This week, I wanted to slow down with a great love ballad from Journey entitled “Faithfully.”