It’s good seeing entertainers taking a stand for free speech:
Good stuff! Speaking of good stuff, here’s Aerosmith performing Walk This Way back in 1977:
May all-time favorite Christmas song…
This is really funny…
The Talking Heads capture the essence of Dear Leader nicely.
Since the weather has gone from ridiculously cold (last week) to lot’s of snow this weekend, I think it’s time for a Beach Boys Christmas tune.
And haulin’ through the snow at a frightenin’ speed
With a half a dozen deer with Rudy to lead
He’s gotta wear his goggles ’cause the snow really flies
And he’s cruisin’ every pad with a little surprise
A great modern Christmas song…
Yep, it’s that time of year again when MCT switches to an all Christmas music format.
Kicking the 2013 Christmas season off is the Pretenders performing a beautiful version of 2000 miles.
Even though 2000 Miles isn’t a Christmas song per se, it does capture the Christmas vibe.
Jimmy Page is kicking butt and taking names on this tune.
About time average American’s push overbearing liberals back:
Macy’s is moving rocker Joan Jett and her band off the South Dakota tourism float in its Thanksgiving Day parade after ranchers complained about having a vegetarian and animal rights advocate representing their state.
Good for the South Dakota Ranchers. I mean, why pay for a float in the Macy’s Thanksgiving parade, only to have an D-list ‘celebrity’ activist who rails against your very livelihood featured on said float.
South Dakota Tourism Secretary Jim Hagen has said that many people mistakenly assumed state officials selected Jett to appear on the float. None of the artists the state proposed were available or willing to appear in the parade, so Macy’s selected Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, he said.
The state pays $175,000 to support the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and have a float in the event, and $5,000 of that goes to pay expenses for the artist on the float, officials have said.
The South Dakota float, which has appeared each year since 2010, features Mount Rushmore, the Badlands, the Black Hills and more.
As a side note, its amazing how much mileage Joan Jett has been able to wring from her one hit. A cover song to boot.
Joan Jett even copied Arrow’s hairstyle… Shameless.
Mr Halloween, Alice Cooper:
“I’m a clone
I know it and I’m fine
I’m one and more are on the way
I’m two, doctor
Three’s on the line
He’ll take incubation another day”