What's that sound, you ask? Oh sorry, that's me pounding my head against this desk after seeing the set lists from the third annual edition of the Kiss Kruize. The group broke out a generous helping of rarely heard early songs for these cruise ship shows, including their first-ever performances of 'Almost Human' and 'Anything for My Baby.'
Back when MTV was a new thing, artists embraced music videos with the wide-open-frontier enthusiasm of a kid with a new toy. But something terrible happened along the way. Suddenly, directors thought they were Martin Scorsese, bands overestimated their thespian skills and editors started punching all sorts of buttons on their fancy new video-editing machines. The results are some laughably horrible videos that look seriously dated 30 years later. Here are 10 things to look out for in Journey's hilariously outdated video for 'Separate Ways (Worlds Apart).'
Need a good cry? Well, we've got just the video for you. Good luck keeping your eyes dry as you watch this 10-month-old baby tear up as her mother sings Rod Stewart's 1988 hit 'My Heart Can't Tell You No.'
It’s often been said that Lou Reed’s influence was exceedingly disproportionate to his sales figures. That statement is proven by three of today’s biggest bands, which have performed his songs in the days following his death on Oct. 27.
The arrival of MTV and the sudden popularity of the music video turned the world on its head in the early '80s. As you'll see in the coming weeks, some of classic rock's biggest names created some Hilariously Outdated Rock Videos while they were adjusting to the new medium.
Throughout their entire career, Pearl Jam have always paid tribute to the classic rock that inspired them, from covering the Who and Neil Young to lead singer Eddie Vedder joining Bruce Springsteen onstage at Wrigley Field last summer. Last night (Oct. 26) at the XL Center in Hartford, Ct., the group pulled out a couple of less-likely songs from their childhood record collection, Van Halen’s ‘Eruption’ and ‘Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love.’
James Taylor showed that even the most seasoned veteran can screw up from time to time, accidentally kicking off a nationally televised performance of 'The Star-Spangled Banner' with the opening line of 'America the Beautiful.'
A couple weeks ago, word leaked that the video for Paul McCartney's latest single 'Queenie Eye' would star a ton of the legend's famous fans. Well, it's finally out, and it indeed is a star-studded affair.
Remember your first concert? You were probably somewhere in the nosebleed seats, trying to pick out the supertiny bassist from the supertiny rhythm guitarist onstage while hollowed-out versions of the band's most popular songs echoed throughout the arena's crappy audio system. An 8-year-old Pearl Jam fan's first concert was nothing like that.
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