Zooey needs a smack in the face with an open hand, or something.
The only good thing about '2 Broke Girls' are Kat Denning's '2 Big Boobs'. IMO, of course.
Some classic Peggy Lipton is never a bad thing.
Some minutiae that may or not be common knowledge - Peggy Lipton and Quincy Jones got together and made Rashida Jones, of ' The Office' and 'Parks and Recreation' fame.
From a musical standpoint, Lola, hands down....IMO.
I liked Mardi Gras' earlier stuff, but they really kind of lost their mojo. The mousse and spandex phase was especially bad.
That's all I can see.
He's beboppin' and scattin', and I'm losin' it!
Hells to the yeah. One of the best 'cover bands' around too.
The lads from Liverpool asked to chime in here.
Samuel as well.
I assume so, yes. Never had leather pants but I would guess they are pretty tight.
Motley's first two albums are a couple of my alltime favorite records, but most of what came after that is a pile of meh, IMO. Still these guys packed the house for 30+ years, and Vince had a lot to do with that whether he could sing or not. I don't know any more than what is on Wikipedia about the guy personally but he was 1/4th of a group that did some great things in their arena of music. There was a brief period when I was 15 when I thought Motley Crue, and Vince in particular, was one of the greatest things around. I wanted to dye my hair blonde and get some red leather pants. Thankfully I never did either.
Sleep mode, boss.
Duff busting out the vocals on G 'n R's cover of the The Damned's 'New Rose'....
I was going to add something to the other thread about Duff, but much better writeup than I would have done. Good stuff.
Gotta love the offseason.
That would not have sucked.
Would have loved to see Chicago and Yes back in 1972.
While not a real big fan of Alice's music, he might be the one rocker who I'd most like to sit down with and have a conversation/discussion with about pretty much anything. And he seems like a super nice guy. He also supposedly hooked up with Raqeul Welch in the mid-70s which isn't bad at all.
I too have never heard of Alex Harvey but I will check him out.
As an aside, I drove out to South Dakota a number of years ago and stopped in Iowa at the Buddy Holly 'crash site' near Clear Lake. Basically, you hike about a mile down a fence row between two cornfields and there is this little shrine with a bunch of trinkets scattered around it by people who have visited. Was kind of a neat thing to see so many years after it happened.
And the biggest garden of them all, if you believe the myth. For the sake of brevity, I submit the metal version. RIP Jeff Hanneman.
Gotta think at least some of the angst was envy/jealousy. I doubt those 'old-timers' woulda been averse to a truckload of cash, and Green Day found a way to get theirs.