Legendary performer Nina Simone was born on this day in 1933

The Amazing Nina Simone was born on February 21, 1933, in Tryon, North Carolina. Simone released a bevy of albums like “The Amazing Nina Simone” (1959), “Nina Simone Sings Ellington!” (1962), “Wild Is the Wind” (1966) and “Silk and Soul” (1967).

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80’s teen star Molly Ringwald turns 56 today

Molly Ringwald was born on February 18, 1968, in Roseville, California. Ringwald began acting at an early age. She has starred in 80’s classics like Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, and Pretty in Pink.

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Yoko Ono turns 91 today

The artist Yoko Ono is most famous for her marriage and relationship to John Lennon, but she has had a long and productive artistic career on several fields and her experimental music influenced many of the early Alternative Rock and Art Rock movement

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On his 70th birthday, check out the Top 5 John Travolta Movies

The famous actor John Travolta was born on this day, February 18, 1954, in Englewood, New Jersey. On his 70th birthday, check out the Top 5 John Travolta Movies

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Alejandro Jodorowsky: A Visionary Journey in Film, Art, and Spirituality

Alejandro Jodorowsky, the Chilean-French filmmaker, artist, and spiritual guru, is a singular force in the world of cinema. He created surrealist and visually rich cinematic masterpieces such as “El Topo” and “Holy Mountain” developing an unique style while never surrendering to the mainstream. He celebrates 95 today

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Original Duran Duran guitarist Andy Taylor turns 63 today

With Duran Duran, Andy Taylor reached the pinnacle of his success during the 1980’s, but the guitarist has had also a successful solo career collaborating with many other artists and with Power Station back in the 1980’s. Look back at Taylor’s life and career on the day he turns 63

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The creative Peter Gabriel was born on this day in 1950

The Genesis founder and former lead singer Peter Gabriel has had a very successful solo career since the 1970’s and won a big place on Pop Culture’s imagery through his creative music videos. Today he turns 74

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Henry Rollins turns 63 today

Henry Rollins was born on February 13, 1961, in Washington, D.C. his parents divorced when he was very young and was mainly raised by his mother. He was working at an ice cream store when he caught his first big break. At a Black Flag show in New York, he jumped on stage and sang a song with the band.

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On this day in 2012 Whitney Houston passed away at age 48

Whitney Houston was the most awarded female act of all time with 200 million records sold worldwide, one of music’s greatest voices, she passed away on this day in 2012 at age only 48. We remember her voice and music through the concert Live At Yokohama Arena, Japan 1991

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Remembering Burt Reynolds on his 88th birthday, check the Top 5 Movies

Today we celebrate the movies of Burt Reynolds on what would be his 88th birthday. Here are Reynold’s top 5 best films over his 60-year career.

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Remembering Cliff Burton, the talented Metallica original bassist on his birthday

Cliff Burton is often regarded as one of the irreplaceable Metallica core members, the music he made with the band it’s also often regarded as being their best and most creative period, he was born on this day in 1962

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The talented singer-songwriter Carole King celebrates 82, listen to seven of her best songs

Since the early 1960’s she has scored 118 pop hits on the Billboard Hot 100 and her own album Tapestry remains one of the biggest best sellers of all time

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Sooner or Later: The great lost power pop song of The Innocents

“Sooner or Later” is one of the great, lost power pop 45s. Issued, according to various discographies, in June 1980, just as the Australian winter set in, it had everything a great 45 should have: a catchy hook, strong lead voice delivering simple, engaging lyrics, counterpoint vocals, polished harmonies, a tidy guitar riff and an endearing sense of joie de vivre that every band wants to emulate but which very few can manage.

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Rick Astley turns 60 today

The British singer became popular during the late 1980’s with songs such as “Never Gonna Give You Up” produced by the famous team Stock Aitken Waterman, despite that in recent years he’s more famous for the “rickrolling”, his career has been much more than that

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The Ballad Of Alice “Super Duper Alice Cooper”

Alice Cooper celebrates 76 years old today. Celebrate the icon’s birthday by watching “Super Dooper Alice Cooper”, an essential documentary that will give you a better glimpse of the man behind Alice Cooper, the persona that almost drove Vincent Furnier to death

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The Father of Zombie film George A. Romero was born 84 years ago today: Remembering five of his very best movies

In 1968 the writer, producer, director and editor, released in his own producing company the number one Zombie movie of all time, Night of the Living Dead

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Former Sonic Youth guitarist and co-founder Lee Ranaldo turns 68

Together with Sonic Youth, Ranaldo released many influential Alternative Rock albums ever since their beginning during the early 1980’s in the New York Underground music scene. The guitar sound of Lee Ranaldo played a key role on the band’s signature sound. Lee Ranaldo turns 68

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Remembering the actress and sex symbol Farrah Fawcett born on this day in 1947

During the 1970’s the actress Farrah Fawcett became one of the most popular sex symbols in the planet, all thanks to an iconic 1976 photo that shows her in a red one-piece bathing suit and to her memorable role in Charlie’s Angels

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Remembering Lisa Marie Presley on her birthday

The daughter of the ultimate rock legend of all time, Lisa Marie Presley was in the limelight all her life, not always for the best of the reasons. From the loss of her father at age 9, to a disastrous marriage to Michael Jackson in the 90’s, the weight of the Presley name brought her bitterness at times, and ultimately ended up in tragedy

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The Sex Pistols Punk icon John Lydon aka Johnny Rotten turns 68

His rebellious image and fashion style led to him being asked to become the singer of the Sex Pistols by their manager, Malcolm McLaren in 1975. The band lasted less than three years but left behind a giant footprint on Rock N’ Roll history. The iconic John Lydon was born on January 31st, 1956

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Christian Bale turns 50 today

Christian Bale made his big screen debut at age 13 in Spielberg’s “Empire of the Sun” and aside of his talent, is also known as taking acting methods to the extreme by exposing his body to transformations that he regards as necessary to embody the characters

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The retired and acclaimed actor Gene Hackman celebrates 94

Throughout his career, Gene Hackman made film history by playing some of the most memorable roles ever in movies such as “French Connection”, “Superman: The Movie” or “Mississippi Burning”

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Some interesting facts about “Down Under” by Men At Work that went No.1 simultaneously on two countries in 1983

“Down Under” by Men At Work it’s one of the 1980’s greatest Pop and Rock songs that put the whole world singing to Australian slang. Read some interesting facts about this iconic song that reached No.1 in several countries around the world between 1982 and 1983

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Too Beautiful to Die: The short life of the world’s first supermodel

Born on January 29, 1960, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Gia Marie Carangi is widely considered to be the first supermodel. While paving the way for models like Elle MacPherson and Cindy Crawford to achieve superstardom, Gia’s beauty introduced her to the temptations of fame, to which she could not help but fall, victim. On November 18th, 1986, Gia Carangi passed away, her battle with AIDS proving too strong for the 26-year-old.

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The Sigue Sigue Sputnik “Space Cowboy” Martin Degville turns 63 today

The provocative and eccentric Martin Degville came to prominence during the 1980’s as the lead singer and mastermind of the British Electronic/Space Pop band Sigue Sigue Sputnik. We look back at his life and career on the day he turns 63

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In 1986 A-ha became the first Norwegian band ever to peak to No.1 on the U.K music charts with “The Sun Always Shines On TV”

Released on December 16, 1985, “The Sun Always Shines On TV” was the third single taken from their debut album “Hunting High And Low” and is regarded as one of their finest songs and for some, far superior than “Take on Me”

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Actor and comedian John Belushi was born on this day in 1949

John Belushi was born on January 24, 1949, the comedian and actor is best known for his “intense energy and raucous attitude” which he displayed as one of the seven original cast members of the NBC sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live.

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Bizarre and eye-catching Klaus Nomi was born on this day in 1944

Klaus Nomi was a famous German singer-songwriter and actor, who was born on January 24, 1944, in Immenstadt, Bavaria, Germany. Nomi was a visionary artist with a stunning sense of humor that filled up the two studio records recorded in his lifetime with campy New Wave-inflected pop songs like “Simple Man” and “Lightnin’ Strikes,”

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Actress Diane Lane turns 59 today

Diane Lane was born on January 22, 1965, in New York City and is an Oscar nomination for her role as a wayward wife in 2002’s Unfaithful. Lane has since worked more box office magic with romantic fare like Under the Tuscan Sun and Nights in Rodanthe, with additional projects including Secretariat, Man of Steel

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The Punk Rock mastermind Malcolm McLaren was born 78 years ago

His Portuguese grandmother used to tell him “To be bad is good… to be good is simply boring”, and Malcolm McLaren followed those words throughout his life. He was responsible to bring Punk to England and help to spread it around the world. The creator and mastermind behind the Sex Pistols was born on this day in 1946.

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The influential director, screenwriter, producer and actor David Lynch was born on this day in 1946

The influential director, screenwriter, producer and actor David Lynch turn 78 today. Lynch’s films include “Eraserhead”, “The Elephant Man”, “Blue Velvet”, and “Twin Peaks”.

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On this day in 1988 The Beatles were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, but Paul McCartney decided to not show up

When The Beatles were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in 1988, there was still an ongoing feud among the members that most people weren’t aware of

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The iconic country music singer Dolly Parton was born on this day in 1946

Dolly Parton singer, songwriter, and actress was born in Tennessee, 78 years ago today. She is best known for her hits “Jolene,” “I Will Always Love You,” “Islands in the Stream” and her films “9 to 5” and “Steel Magnolias”

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The Bangles founder and guitarist Susanna Hoffs was born on this day in 1959

Susanna Hoffs turns 62 today. She remains best-known as the lead singer and guitarist with the well-known pop group the Bangles, but Hoffs has also enjoyed an impressive career as a solo artist and a collaborator with a wide range of artists

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The Village People iconic “Red Indian” Felipe Rose turns 70 today

Felipe Rose, one of Village People’s original members and also one of the most recognizable ones as the “Red Indian”, remained in the group since it’s beginning until 2017, having scored worldwide hits with songs such as “Y.M.C.A”, “In The Navy” and “Macho Man”. Today he turns 70

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The Bangles founder and guitarist Vicki Peterson was born on this day in 1958

Vicki Peterson founded The Bangles together with with her sister Debbi Peterson, and Susanna Hoffs and during the 1980’s enjoyed a worldwide wave of success with songs such as “Manic Monday”, she was born on this day in 1958

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One of the biggest music festivals in the world, Rock In Rio, kicked off 39 years ago today

The first ever edition of Rock In Rio took place in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil on January 11th, 1985, and for 10 days a parade of Rock stars such as Queen, Iron Maiden, Ozzy Osbourne or Rod Stewart among others played for a crowd of an estimated 1.4 million people

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The legendary Rod Stewart celebrates 79. Listen and watch the music videos from 12 of the best songs

Rod the Mod came to prominence during the 1960’s as part of the London’s explosive music scene and later as a member of The Jeff Beck Group and The Faces, but as a solo artist, he achieved an impressive number of hits, including 16 top ten singles in the US, with four reaching #1 on the Billboard Hot 100

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David Bowie: The Essential Discography

One of Rock and music biggest legends, David Bowie left us a deeply rich and eclectic legacy. We picked some of his best records on this list

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David Bowie Birthday Special

A visionary since the very beginning of his career, David Bowie was the legit Pop and Rock chameleon, he was Ziggy Stardust, Halloween Jack, The Thin White Duke and so many others, his influence can be be heard, seen and felt in every artistic expression. To celebrate his 77th anniversary we’ve put out a special feature

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The Style And Fashion Of David Bowie: The Next Day 1980’s-2010’s

David Bowie was during his lifetime one of the most influential musicians and songwriters but he also was an icon for style, visual and fashion that understood from an early stage of his career the importance of both the music and visual worlds

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Nicolas Cage turns 60: 6 Essential movies from the famous and charismatic actor

Nicolas Cage was born into Hollywood royalty but dropped his famous family name and built one for himself, coming to prominence during the 1980’s and 1990’s playing some of the most memorable and charismatic film characters ever, using what he has named, his own “Nouveau Shamanic” acting method

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The influential and unique Michael Stipe turns 64 today

Michael Stipe was pivotal in the development of the Alternative Rock music and remains to this day a huge influence singers, songwriters and artists in general . He formed R.E.M. with guitar player Peter Buck in 1979 and the band was one of the first to successfully cross the boundaries of Indie music to the mainstream. Today Michael Stipe turns 64

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“Beverly Hills, 90210” actress Gabrielle Carteris turns 63

Gabrielle Carteris, who was already 29 when she played the role of the 15 year old student Andrea Zuckerman on Beverly Hills, 90210, was the the oldest cast member at the time to portray a teenager on the successful 1990’s TV series

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The beautiful actress, musician and singer Tia Carrere celebrates 57 today

Tia Carrere’s big screen breakthrough role was as Cassandra, Wayne Campbell’s girlfriend in the 1992 comedy “Wayne’s World”, what some people might not know is that as a singer and musician, her talent has been recognized with a Grammy Award

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Remembering The Queen Of Disco Donna Summer on her birthday

One of the most influential dance music singers of all time, Donna Summer was born on this day in 1948. She had an impressive successful career that included a string of hit singles during the 1970’s such as “I Feel Love” and “Hot Stuff”

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Val Kilmer turns 64: Five essential and diversified movies

One of the most talented actors of his generation, Val Kilmer came to prominence during the 1980’s in movies such as “Top Gun”, and solidified his career when he played the role of The Doors singer Jim Morrison in 1991

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The influential rocker, poet and performer Patti Smith celebrates 77

From Courtney Love to Madonna to R.E.M, Patti Smith’s work has inspired and influenced artists throughout the decades, ever since the release of the 1975 album “Horses”, keeping up an exceptional artistic integrity despite the success her name achieved

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1960’s icon and Rolling Stones muse Marianne Faithfull celebrates 77

Marianne Faithfull first came to prominence in 1964 with the Jagger/Richards penned “As Tears Go By” and shortly after became Mick Jagger’s steady girlfriend for over three years until drug addiction stroke her life costing her voice

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The Midnight Cowboy Jon Voight turns 85

The actor, who’s also the father of Angelina Jolie, played several memorable roles throughout his career but his signature role and the best remembered may be that one of Joe Buck in the 1969 classic “Midnight Cowboy”

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Acclaimed and awarded actor Denzel Washington turns 69

Five essential movies from Denzel Washington that since the 1980’s has graced the audiences with his talent to portray complex and historical figures

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The musical and lyrical perfection of “Songs Of Leonard Cohen”

The debut album by Leonard Cohen was released on this day in 1967, besides containing many of Cohen’s most beloved and oft-covered songs, it’s musical and lyrical perfection

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The Danish born Metallica co-founder and drummer Lars Ulrich celebrates 60, watch and listen to some of his best drumming performances

Born into a family of professional tennis players, Lars Ulrich career was until 16 oriented to also be a professional Tennis player but watching Deep Purple in concert as a child changed it all

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Remembering the recording studio wizard Phil Spector- Listen to 10 of his essential studio masterpieces

Phil Spector was born 84 years ago today and aside of the controversies and scandals that surrounds his personal life, it is undeniable the influence and contribution that the creator of the “Wall of Sound” gave to music, producing and sometimes co-writing songs for artists such as The Ronettes, Ike and Tina Turner, The Beatles, John Lennon and the Ramones among others

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Fairyale Of New York

There are some songs that hit you like a bullet the first time you hear them, sweeping you away into their world and eating into your emotional core, only to be washed away with time as over-exposure, over-praise and over-familiarity dull their brilliance to the point where you could happily never hear them again.

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Samuel L. Jackson turns 75

Long before he played the role that made him one of the best well known and appreciated actors in the planet, the “Pulp Fiction” character Jules Winnfield, Samuel L. Jackson already had his career, both as a stage actor and on the big screen, in full steam. The Tarantino masterpiece only solidified it

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Canadian actor Kiefer Sutherland turns 57

The son of the acclaimed actor Donald Sutherland built a career with a name of his own over the past 40 years both on TV and the big screen, starring in popular films and shows such as “The Lost Boys”, “Stand By Me”, “Flatliners” and 24 among many others

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Jane Fonda Turns 86

Actress, TV celebrity, Sex Symbol and activist, Jane Fonda has been in the spotlight over the last six decades as one of the most famous women in the planet. We look back at her life and career on the day she turns 86

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Influential Alternative Rock Bassist Mike Watt Turns 66 today

Mike Watt started his career as a founder and member of the Punk fusion band Minutemen, since the tragic end of the band in 1985 due to the death of singer and guitarist D.Boon, that he has led a very successful career, influencing several bands and artists from Alternative to Grunge and collaborating with names such as Sonic Youth, Dave Grohl, Eddie Vedder, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Frank Black among many others; he also toured as a member of the Stooges in 2003 . We look back at his career

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1980’s Pop music icon Limahl turns 65 today

Limahl is mostly remembered for being part of the band Kajagoogoo and for his hit “The Neverending Story” in 1984. With an unique look that even inspired a Marvel superhero, Limahl it’s still one of the most recognizable 80’s Pop music icons. We look back at his life and career to celebrate his 65th anniversary.

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The Top 5 Steven Spielberg movies on the day the legendary director turns 77

Steven Allan Spielberg was born on December 18, 1946, in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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D’oh! The most famous American family in the world, The Simpsons turns 34 today

One of the most successful animated TV series of all time, The Simpsons started their long run on this day in 1989, we look back at the first episode of this now cult show “Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire”, aired on December 17th, 1989

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ABBA’s co-founder and songwriter Benny Andersson turns 77, look back at 10 of the very best songs from the Swedish Pop music phenomenon

ABBA was formed in 1972, and quickly became a Swedish Pop sensation, but their international breakthrough came in 1974 when the band won the Eurovision Song Contest for Sweden with “Waterloo” and for eight years, the band scored an impressive string or chain, of No.1 hits all over the planet

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Top 10 Best Rock and Pop Christmas Songs

The 1970’s and 1980’s were a strong and fertile ground for Pop and Rock artists to do Christmas songs and turning it into memorable No.1 hits, while not all of the songs on this list are from those decades and not all made it to No.1, they all are memorable and have resisted the test of time for decades

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Remembering the Canadian actor Christopher Plummer 

He’ll be forever known as the famous Captain Georg von Trapp from the 1965 classic “The Sound of Music”, but Christopher Plummer, who was born on December 13, 1929 in Toronto, Canada, had a successful career that earned him numerous awards and nominations, a passion of acting that endured until the end of his life

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George Michael’s “Faith” goes No.1 on the Hot 100 in 1987

The song “Faith” gave George Michael his third No.1 single in the U.S Hot 100 as a solo artist and reinforced the former Wham! reputation as one of the greatest contemporary Pop and Rock songwriters. The song peaked to No.1 on the Hot 100 on this day in 1987

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Mötley Crüe’s bass boss Nikki Sixx turns 65 today

Nikki Sixx has been one of the most famous bass players in Rock for over 40 years, as a part of Mötley Crüe he scored several hits and lead the Hair Metal movement during the 1980’s, he was born on this day in 1958

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An interview with author Jerry Prochnicky

Jerry Prochnicky is renowned for his contributions to the literature surrounding iconic rock figures. In 1991, he co-authored “Break on Through: The Life and Death of Jim Morrison,” a highly regarded biography that earned acclaim for its objectivity and thoroughness, as noted by The New York Times. In this interview with Pop Expresso, Jerry Prochnicky shares insights into his life as a Doors historian and discusses the inspiration behind his latest book “Let Them Photograph Your Soul. A Visual Biography of Jim Morrison,” a book that stands out in the plethora of publications about the band, by offering a unique perspective through a compilation of rare and previously unseen photographs.

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The Last Official John Lennon Photo Session

John Lennon’s was murdered on the 8th of December 1980, 43 years ago today. On that tragic day, the photographer Annie Leibovitz met Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono at their flat in The Dakota building in New York to shoot a photo for the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. Five hours after the image was taken, Lennon was killed by Mark David Chapman.

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The legendary guitarist Randy Rhoads was born on this day in 1956

The Quiet Riot founder and Ozzy Osbourne’s band first guitarist, Randy Rhoads, is regarded as defining heavy metal lead guitar. He played a key role on developing Ozzy’s solo career signature sound and has influenced countless guitar players over the years. Randy passed away in 1982 at 25 but his strong legacy lives on. We recap his life and career

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The influential R.E.M. guitar player Peter Buck was born on this day in 1956

The R.E.M. founder and guitar player Peter Buck it’s one Alternative Rock’s most popular artists. Aside of R.E.M., Buck has collaborated with numerous artists and bands, being as a musician or producer, he was pivotal in the development of the Alternative Rock music and to this day a huge influence among guitar players and songwriters. We recap his life and career

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Roy Orbison passed away 35 years ago today

The influential singer and songwriter Roy Orbison left a more than thirty years legacy of absolute music classics such as “Crying”, “In Dreams”, “Oh Pretty Woman” and “You Got It”. On December 6th, 1988 Orbison passed away suddenly at the age of 52. We recap his life and career

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The Essential 12 Walt Disney Classics

Check this 12 absolute Disney classics to celebrate the 122nd birthday of the, sometimes controversial, but also important figure in the history of animation and cultural history.

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Band Aid “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” was released on this day in 1984

During the 1980’s Christmas songs made by modern Pop music artists reached a new level when on December 3rd the single “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” by Band Aid was released featuring some of the biggest Pop stars at the time such as Bono, George Michael, Duran Duran, Spandau Ballet and Boy George among many others

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The Life And Career of the legendary Ozzy “Prince Of Darkness” Osbourne who turns 75

With Black Sabbath Ozzy Osbourne pioneered the Heavy Metal genre during the 1970’s, his unique and sometimes insane lifestyle along with his distinguishable vocals and mannerisms have granted him a special place in Rock history and turned the man into an icon. Today the “Prince Of Darkness” Ozzy turns 75, we recap his life and career

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The iconic “Divine Miss M” singer and actress Bette Midler turns 78 today

From Broadway to Hollywood the famous singer and actress Bette Midler has done it all, the awarded actress has one of the longest and most successful careers on showbiz, from stage plays to musicals to movie dramas, the iconic actress turns 78 today

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Shane McGowan 1957-2023. A musical maverick with a life standing on an intersection of tradition and rebellion

The Pogues iconic singer, poet and musician passed away at age 65. Known for his distinctive raspy vocals and poetic songwriting, Shane McGowan propelled The Pogues to the forefront of the folk-punk movement in the 1980s

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This is “Thriller” Michael Jackson’s Groundbreaking Album

Back in 1982 Michael Jackson wasn’t quite yet the biggest Pop star in the world, but with “Thriller” that would change in just a few months when on November 30th his masterpiece “Thriller” was release. We revisit “Thriller”, one of the most groundbreaking and influential Pop albums ever made

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Revisiting John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s 1980 comeback album “Double Fantasy”

Released in November 1980, “Double Fantasy” was the comeback album from John Lennon and Yoko Ono after five years away from the music industry. We revisit one of the finest albums of the 1980’s and of John Lennon’s career

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George Harrison: The Quiet Beatle

George Harrison’s life was cut short, but his influence in music can still be heard today, together with John Lennon, Harrison was the most daring of the four Beatles on what concerned experimenting with music. We look back at his life and career 22 years after his passing in 2001

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The “Dirty Dancing” theme song “(I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life” by Jennifer Warnes and Bill Medley went No.1 on the Hot 100 on this day in 1987

“(I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life” by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes, was released in 1987 as the theme song of the “Dirty Dancing” movie soundtrack and had such a huge success worldwide that today is still one of the most frequently played songs on radio

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Mr. McFeely of “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” was born on this day in 1938

David Newell was born on November 24, 1938, in O’Hara Township, Pennsylvania, he is best known for playing the speedy delivery man Mr. McFeely. He was the friendly delivery man on Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood

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“Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) by Pink Floyd is released in 1979

By 1979 Pink Floyd’s Psychedelic and experimental days seemed to have been long gone, with the release of the double album “The Wall”, which was more approachable than some of their early albums, they reached a new generation of fans and developed a new sound that earned them their only No.1 in the US

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I am a photograph: The many lives of Amanda Lear in images

She rose to prominence as a fashion icon in the 1960s and served as muse to some of modern history’s most iconic figures, including Salvador Dali, David Bowie, and the Rolling Stones, but her origins remain one of Pop Culture’s most fascinating enigmas. Explore her fascinating life through over 100 photographs

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The many lives of the enthralling and enigmatic Amanda Lear

She rose to prominence as a fashion icon in the 1960s and served as muse to some of modern history’s most iconic figures, including Salvador Dali, David Bowie, and the Rolling Stones, but her origins remain one of Pop Culture’s most fascinating enigmas

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Influential film director Martin Scorsese turns 81: Check five of his must watch movies

The legendary Scorsese is widely regarded as one of the most significant and influential filmmakers in cinematic history, Today on his 81st birthday here’s five essential movies to watch directed by him.

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In 1985 Wham! “Make It Big” twice

In 1985 Wham! were one of the biggest pop bands (or duo) in the world and after a discreet debut with their first album “Fantastic” released in 1982, they went on to release their best selling and worldwide success “Make It Big” that included some of the 1980’s most memorable Pop music

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Remembering Hollywood legend Rock Hudson

He’s still considered to this day one of Hollywood’s biggest sex symbols ever, and one of it’s first heartthrobs, Rock Hudson, the legendary actor whose career accidentally became a shining example of Hollywood’s classical “star system”-style career promotion and ended in tragedy

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Starship goes No.1 on the Hot 100 with “We Built This City” in 1985

Born from the ashes of the 1960’s Psychedelic Rock greats Jefferson Airplane and from Jefferson Starship, the band Starship music was opposite worlds away from it’s previous incarnations but despite it, they made some memorable 1980’s songs that everyone knows and still remembers

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Lisa Stansfield’s “All Around The World” peaks to No. 1 in 1989

The British singer Lisa Stansfield was one of the biggest Pop rising stars during the early 1990’s, “All Around The Around World” reached number three on the Billboard Hot 100 and was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the 33rd Annual Grammy Awards

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