Spiderman On Broadway With Music By U2

Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark” will open on Broadway on February 18, 2010 with music and lyrics written by U2’s Bono and The Edge.   The show is inspired by more than 40 years of Marvel Spider-Man comic books, but spins a new take on the tale of Peter Parker, who finds himself endowed withContinue reading “Spiderman On Broadway With Music By U2”

American Idol: 3 Headed To The Top 12

The first three singers in the American Idol Top 12 were announced last night on the results show. Alexis Grace and Danny Gokey both received enough votes to advance, as expected. But my other pick — Anoop Desai — lost out to oil-rig roughneck Michael Sarver. Anoop still has a chance to make it backContinue reading “American Idol: 3 Headed To The Top 12”

Fender Stratocaster Table

The fine artisans at Portland, Oregon’s Fender Custom Furniture have created the deluxe Stratocaster Coffee Table, a solid maple-crafted must have for anyone who lives, or longs to live, the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle. Complete with six tuning peg caps, three chrome-plated legs and that classic Fender logo silk-screened on. They also make very coolContinue reading “Fender Stratocaster Table”

Dark Was The Night Charity CD

Dark Was The Night will be released on February 17th, 2009. It’s comprised of 31 exclusive tracks and it will be available as a double cd/triple vinyl/download and will benefit the Red Hot Organization – an international charity dedicated to raising money and awareness for HIV and AIDS through popular culture. They are the peopleContinue reading “Dark Was The Night Charity CD”

CD Recommendation Of The Week

The Annie Lennox Collection due in stores tomorrow, paints a vivid portrait in song of the most long standingly successful female British artist in pop music history.  This 14-song retrospective brings together the acclaimed artist’s finest solo work on a single disc for the first time, and includes a pair of new songs available exclusively with this release.Continue reading “CD Recommendation Of The Week”

If Abraham Lincoln Had An iPod

To celebrate Presidents’ Day, classical music commentator Miles Hoffman explored the 16th president’s musical tastes, as well as what music Lincoln might have chosen for his iPod, had he owned one.  Listen to some of the choices HERE.  

The Michael Jackson Neverland Auction

In April, an auction by Julien’s Auctions at the Beverley Hills Hilton will provide an unprecedented look into the private world of Michael Jackson. Click HERE to see some of the unusual items.

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