Who would have expected clergymen and “soeurs” to sings so loud, proud and groovy about their faith? I was amazed to discover the latest release from Mucho Gusto Records, the funky and fresh “Resurrection!”. On the purest rock ‘n’ roll rhythms, the compilation brings back the  most influential singers, duos and bands of the Quebecois   Read More …

Releasing hits like “Total Eclipse Of The Heart”, “It’s A Heartache”, “Holding Out For A Hero”, “Have You Ever Seen The Rain?” or “Faster Than The Speed Of Night”, Bonnie Tyler is one of the greatest ’70s-’80s singers. On the 8th of December, Bonnie will offer her Romanian fans an unforgettable concert. Organized by Project   Read More …

Before he was a singer, Elvis worked at Precision Tool Co as a truck driver! 🙂 He was also the employee of Crown Electric, willing to become an electrician. He also worked in a theater at one time – Lowes Theater. Credits: Valentin

The Stroll was both a slow rock ‘n’ roll dance and a song that was popular in late 1950s. The dance called the Stroll began in black communities to the songs “C. C. Rider” and “Betty and Dupree” by Chuck Willis. Willis was known as “The King of the Stroll” prior to the release of   Read More …

The Tremeloes are an English beat group founded in 1958 in Dagenham, Essex, and still active today. They formed as Brian Poole & The Tremoloes (The Tremoloes being the backing group to Brian Poole, and the name soon being changed because of the spelling mistake of an Essex newspaper) influenced by Buddy Holly and The   Read More …

“Pete Best was a drummer; Ringo Starr is a Beatle” (John Lennon, Beatles Monthly Book #249). “We reckoned we could make it because there were four of us. None at us would’ve made it alone, because Paul wasn’t quite strong enough, I didn’t have enough girl-appeal, George was too quiet, and Ringo was the drummer.   Read More …

Fifty years ago, on October 13, 1962, The Beatles first entered the UK singles chart with “Love Me Do”. The other records in the hit parade on that day were mostly easy listening, country and instrumentals, all genres that would soon be swept away because of Beatlemania. “The Beatles took the shine off everybody else“,   Read More …

Firstly, I would strongly recommend you to listen this magic song. You will be enchanted by the soft voice of Barbara and by the mesmerizing lyrics. Today, Barbara Harris is still touring and reveals details about her music career in a recent interview: “I think we rehearsed it twice and recorded it once [A Lover’s   Read More …