It’s difficult to understate the profound power that the legendary progressive-rock trio Rush has in live performances. It’s as if their music electrifies emotions and sends the audience into a joyous frenzy.
This week’s releases include a couple of Jack Lemmon’s classics; a sequel that is as surprising as its predecessor; a contentious portrayal of a controversial man; and an Oscar snub and unexpected nominee.
Everyone knows December 26th is Boxing Day. As usual, this is the day shops around the country offer special deals and special offers, and discounts from 40 percent, up to 70 percent off the original price!
There is a great deal of celebrating in Canadian music circles over the induction of Rush into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in a ceremony at the Nokia Theatre in L.A. Thursday. But there surely are just as many doing as I am - cringing.
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Disco queen Donna Summer has been nominated to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next year. This marks the singer's sixth time being nominated. She died in May of cancer at the age of 63.
Controversy erupts over Rush Limbaugh's prospective purchase of the St. Louis Rams. Some players stated they will not play for him, and the head of the NFL union spoke against Limbaugh's bid for the team. Limbaugh's record on race called into question.
According to a Politico report now topping Drudge, President Obama and the Dems are making their campaign against private citizen Rush Limbaugh far too personal. Not only is this effort Nixonian in its overtones, it is un-American and doomed to backfire.