Sensitive as Watson is to the source material, he remains his own man — one who isn't interested ... a lot of people interested in (old time music), so we were the first thing people turned to. We were hipster kids who played banjos.
I gotta say the curating done by your station, it’s always just incredible to me because, for example, it’s one thing to play A-sides like “Don’t Look Back” or “Why Do I Cry” by the Remains ... fans of music, but so are the kids so that.
But her story — like her actual music — isn’t the most original thing we’ve ... singles pay the bills. Kids want to turn up. Clubs want to turn up. Ladies want to turn up. And “Bodak Yellow” delivers on all fronts. One-hit-wonders used to.
If there’s one thing we know from horror films, it’s that you should never split up. Smart idea, guys. He also concedes that the kids aren’t too keen these days on evening activities at the school. “We run a music college at night and on Monday.
The West End Production of “The Sound of Music ... The kids are given individual personalities as well, and all these little nods make the entire family more relatable, with Pretorius’ joyous, irrepressible spirit weaving them together into one.
Got Apple Music ... was one that Kirk Hammett had come up with. “I tried to write the heaviest thing I could think of,” Hammett said later. “I was all fired up…” He certainly was. The riff in question would become the basis of what remains.
Also, you can earn a few extra parenting points by letting your kid control the music in the car for a few hours (I suggest ... The Chevy Traverse has been completely redesigned. One thing that really shows this is how the new Traverse looks a little.
Look what you made me do (pick the top music videos of the year, which no, does not include the one referenced, shrug). Interesting that in today's attention-span-of-a-flea age that people would still want to sit down and focus on one thing for three.
Shamir is not one for subtlety ... Shamir remains as refreshingly blunt and expressive as ever. While flashing a sarcastic, cheeky grin toward older generations in the floaty, dial-up nostalgia of “90’s Kids,” Shamir’s latest track, “Straight.
Truthfully, the kids couldn’t get enough of this British ... Ska bands like the Specials and English Beat were making great music and making statements we couldn’t ignore. That’s the thing about great bands, their music doesn’t just entertain.