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  1. I found myself listening to these Home Alone. I loved/love ALL of these songs. They struck a chord. I realized that I needed new friends, lol! Brian Hyland - Sealed With A Kiss Carl Perkins - Boppin’ The Blues Elvis Presley - Return To Sender Rod Stewart - Maggie May The Classics IV - Stormy The Rascals - People Got to Be Free The Swingin Medallions - (Double Shot) Of My Baby's Love Todd Rundgren - Hello, It's Me Tommy James & The Shondells - Crystal Blue Persuasion SMH. You see the pattern here...
  2. Thanks for being open enough to let me share some tunes with you. I'm on SoundCloud: All the songs on Early Mornings, Late Nights, and Long Roads were written and composed by me and were produced by Joel Kazmi--who’s worked with artists like The Tea Party, Rush, N’sync, Sum 41, and Anne Murray. If you don't want to listen that is absolutely cool and if you can recommend some new music or mention any great shows you've seen lately, that would be great. Cheers!
  3. For some reason, I just could not FEEL the vibes. Some were too repetitive, others had too much airplay. Still others simply irritated me: Elton John - Benny & The Jets Grand Funk - We're An American Band The Dells - Stay In My Corner The Rolling Stones - Brown Sugar The Beatles - Yellow Submarine The O'Jays - Love Train The Stylistics - You're My Everything The Temptations - My Girl Three Dog Night - Joy To The World #Ugh!
  4. Vanity, a singer who collaborated with Prince, fronted the group Vanity 6 and had courted controversy...
  6. Just before her keynote address at the South by Southwest Music (SXSW) Festival in Austin, Texas today, First Lady Michelle Obama dropped a new single called “This Is For My Girls.” Mrs. Obama isn’t singing on the track. Rather, she’s commissioned many of her female music industry friends to create a song cited as a “global call to action which helps break down barriers and stigma that prevent girls from getting the education they rightfully deserve,” states a press release. Produced by AOL MAKERS, the song is a sassy, uplifting ode to girl power. Missy Elliott, legendary songwriter Diane Warren, Zendaya, Kelly Rowland, Janelle Monae, Kelly Clarkson, Lea Michele also add their voices to the empowering single. All proceeds from the song will be donated to the Peace Corps Let Girls Learn Fund as a part of Obama’s #62MillionGirls campaign, which the first lady will discuss at SXSW today, where Elliott and Warren will also appear. Listen Here:
  7. The Kings seek punitive damages for violations of the Texas Property Code, misappropriation of name and likeness and trademark infringement.
  8. Thomas Dolby was an indelible part of the electronic music landscape on both sides of the Atlantic in the ’80s. The Zelig of synthpop, he was seemingly there or thereabouts at all points of that crucial decade. He enjoyed huge solo success with the singles “She Blinded Me With Science” and “Hyperactive!” I've been listening to his music on repeat all week and agree with people who think he is a synth-genius. In 2015, Thomas Dolby joined Johns Hopkins University's faculty as the first Homewood Professor of the Arts. Read more about this here: On September 21st at 8AM, Thomas Dolby talks about the merging space of technology and the arts. Find out the future direction of the Film and Media program as it moves to its new home in Station North. Lastly, learn about Thomas Dolby's philosophy on entrepreneurship, technology, society, and life. Tickets can be purchased at: