Monthly Archives: March 2012

Lee Fields & The Expressions – Faithful Man

Soul is alive and well and Lee Fields will remind you that good music, scratch that, GREAT music transcends age, time, and space. Lee Fields is a singer, and thats what he does WELL. Enjoy.

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Arrested Drunk Guy Sings Bohemian Rhapsody REALLY WELL

What if there was a twisted version of Cash Cab where contestants have to get completely inebriated and get thrown in the back of a squad car and hauled off, but to get free’d they have to belt out classic … Continue reading

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RIP: Bluegrass Legend Earl Scruggs 1924-2012

Earl Scruggs & Steve Martin – Foggy Mountain Breakdown Earl Scruggs And Lester Flatt – Cripple Creek

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Anchorman Ron Burgundy and His Turgid Man Flute

Anchorman Ron Burgundy visited the Conan O’Brian to tell the Americas, Spain, Turkey and the UK, including England of a special project he is working on. The sequel to his magnum opus – Anchorman.

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New Music – Soundgarden – Live to Rise

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Soundgarden returns with a new track Live To Rise on The Avengers Soundtrack. This is their first new song in 15 years and I’m just glad it sounds like the 1990’s again. Check … Continue reading

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25 Bands That Wisely Changed Their Original Name

Reposted from Pajiba By Josh Kurp Over the weekend, the Morning Benders, a San Francisco indie rock band that released one of 2010’s most underrated albums, “Big Echo,” revealed that they had changed their name. Over night, they went from the Morning … Continue reading

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