The Legendary Frank Zappa was born on this day in 1940

Frank Zappa is one of the most influential musicians of all time with one of the most diverse and vast bodies of work, with a career that spanned for over 30 years, he was one of the 1960’s most revolutionary artists. He lived a life dedicated to music, arts and performing. Today would had been his 83rd anniversary, we recap his life and career

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On December 16, 1993 MTV premieres Nirvana’s unplugged concert

The most popular of all MTV Unplugged concerts was first aired by MTV in the U.S on December 16, 1993  and was later released as an album “Unplugged In New York” in 1994 shortly after Kurt Cobain’s death, and remains one of their most popular and best selling works

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Whitney Houston starts a record-breaking 14 week at No.1 on the Hot 100 with “I Will Always Love You” in 1992

Used as the theme song for the movie “The Bodyguard”, Whitney Houston’s rendition of Dolly Parton’s “I Will Always Love You” broke several records and became Houston’s signature song. Read some facts about the song and her 1992 version

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“The Nightmare Before Christmas” Celebrates 30th Anniversary Today

The genesis of “The Nightmare Before Christmas” started with a Poem by Tim Burton that he wrote it during his time as a Disney animator in the early 1980’s. The movie is now regarded as an animation classic, that looks as fresh as when it was first released in 1993…and always a favorite for the Halloween season

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Revisiting “In Utero”, Nirvana’s Last Testament

Released officially worldwide on September 21st, 1993, “In Utero” it’s the most corrosive of all Nirvana albums and light years away from it’s predecessor the successful 1991 “Nevermind” that brought fame to the Seattle band and put them on the lead of the Grunge movement in the early 90’s

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“You Better Work!” 30 years ago today “Supermodel of the World” was released

30 years ago today the album “Supermodel of the World” was released and gave the world the hit single “Supermodel (You Better Work)” which broke through into mainstream media

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Remembering Horror Icon Vincent Price

Vincent Price was born on May 27, 1911, in St. Louis, Missouri. Although Price initially began his film career as a character actor, he transitioned easily into the over the top roles he would become illustrious for in pop culture

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Revisiting the 1993 Aerosmith’s hit album “Get A Grip”, a timeless record

In 1993 Aerosmith released one of the greatest albums of their career, “Get A Grip”. Featuring a string of hit singles and music videos that blend the band’s Hard Rock sound together with Pop sensibilities and Alternative Rock, making them fit to belong to the 1990’s Rock scene. We revisit this timeless Rock classic by Aerosmith

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A leap of faith Revisiting “Quantum Leap” Sam Beckett’s adventures through time

“Quantum Leap” was originally aired between 1989 and 1993, fans are still waiting for it to be turn into a movie or even better, a reboot of the series, with some luck maybe with Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell still playing their roles.

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More Than Britpop: “Suede”

In the early 1990’s, British bands such as Blur, Elastica, Oasis or Pulp rose to a Rock music scene then dominated by American Grunge Rock. All those bands were able to distance themselves from the Grunge trend eventually developing what would be called Britpop. Suede were one of the bands, with a rougher edge to it, sharper guitars and vocals, they released their debut self titled album “Suede” in 1993

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