Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Paul Butterfield Blues Band & #BOTB Results


Before we get started with today's post, let's go over the Battle of the Bands Results.

The battle was a cover of 'Mary, Mary', with the contenders being Butterfield Blues Band, The Monkees, and Run DMC. It was back and forth between The Monkees and the Butterfield Blues Band, but poor Run DMC got no love from you all. It was beginning to look as though I was going to have to be a tie breaker as of Tuesday night, but by Wednesday morning, two more votes for Butterfield Blues Band came rolling in to save the day!

Sunday, July 16, 2017

#4M European Favorites


Time again for Monday’s Music Moves Me, otherwise known as #4M or M4, depending upon whom you are conversing with.  Hells Bells! I had a post all written and scheduled ready to roll when they changed the theme and didn’t send the memo. So today’s post is written on the fly and I apologize if it seems I didn’t put much thought into it. 

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

100% Purely Self-Indulgent Battle of the Bands


Today is all about Self-Indulgence! That’s Right. I’m being completely selfish today, and I am going to make you participate (okay… *make you* may be a bit of a stretch because I can’t afford Vinny’s prices to find you and do bodily harm if you don’t, so, how about I just say that I’d really, really, really like for you to join in the fun?)  It’s time for the next installment of Battle of The Bands, and I’m making it all about ME! (well, sort of.. Read on, you’ll see what I mean!)

Sunday, July 9, 2017

One Hit Wonders of the 90's #4M




Time again for Monday’s Music Moves Me, otherwise known as #4M or M4, depending upon whom you are conversing with.  Today’s Theme is a freebie, so I came up with my own for the day.  The theme I chose for today is “One Hit Wonders of the 90’s”

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Like Father, Like Son: Willie and Lukas Nelson


Throughout music’s history, there have been many a child that has followed their parent’s footsteps and dreams into the music industry.  Off the top of my head, I think of Hank Williams and Hank Jr,  Arlo and Woodie Guthrie, Alan and Robin Thicke,  Johnny and Rosanne Cash, Bob Marley and his sons Ziggy and Damian, just to name a few.