Billy Squier - "Christmas is the Time to Say I Love You"
Yeah, he's a Christian performer and preacher. I'm guessing he knows some of the TSO folks. There's a ton of them.
Buy a small, cheap radio. Problem solved.
I want to see it, but the CGI in the previews looks atrocious.
He was heavy in HS, but not THAT heavy
There's a restaurant called Apollo's Greek Kitchen near there, might be the same place.
The church is St.Theodosius Orthodox Cathedral in Cleveland. The priest in the movie was the actual priest of the church at the time, and lot of the extras in the reception scenes were members.
A lot of people don't realize Joan's version is a cover, and not very different from the original . . .
Progressive metal, symphonic metal, 70s-80s rock, classical guitar, some blues, some guitar soloists.
I can appreciate talent in genres I don't frequent. Some country musicians can flat-out play, and some rappers are gifted lyricists.
Don't like death metal or good riffs ruined by Cookie Monster vocals.
Can't stand bands that have been elevated to "god" status that have minimal talent (Nirvana, The Ramones). For example, Nirvana's Unplugged in New York is one of the worst aural abortions I've ever suffered through. There is not one redeeming thing about it, even with the addition of Fat Schmeer or whatever his "punk" name is.
Can't stand Dylan, Young, or Springsteen either. They maybe gifted songwriters, but when you can't sing or play for shit and have to surround yourself with a much more talented supporting cast, the appeal is lost on me.
I always liked this tune:
Wonder what he would look like if he had never seen Jim Dandy in Black Oak Arkansas . . .
I like Roth VH and Hagar VH equally.
That Cars cover was not very good.
Even his "secondary" hits are great songs:
Where's The Party?
We Should Be Sleeping
Most Rush fans have jobs, so there's that . . .
My car has a 6.2L LS3 Corvette motor in it.
Does that count?
The Eagles (with Felder and Leadon)
Yes, he's good and should have a long and successful career.
However, Joe Bonamassa has been doing it since he was 12 and was ripping it up with guys like BB King, John Lee Hooker and Danny Gatton.
So yes, there is someone doing what Ingram is doing.
Not entirely true. It was broadcast live on Canadian TV and some New Yorkers close to the border could pick it up.
The comeback in the relay by Jason Lezak was even better.
Looks like a library rental to me.
The foul on the shot was a good call.
The missed double dribble/kick was inexcusable.
Saw the commercial last night. Looks promising.
Don't know if Justified really needs a movie. Unless they fill in the time that they skipped.