Gilbert O’Sullivan – It Wasn’t Out of the Question
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Gilbert O’Sullivan – It Wasn’t Out of the Question

Gilbert O’Sullivan It Wasn’t Out of the Question by Jay S. Jacobs For years, if American fans wanted to see 1970s sensation Gilbert O’Sullivan in concert, they would have to fly to Europe or Asia or something. You see, O’Sullivan, who was the best selling solo artist of 1972 – beating out the likes of … Continue reading

CeeLo Green is Lobarace: Live in Vegas (A PopEntertainment.com Music Video Review)
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CeeLo Green is Lobarace: Live in Vegas (A PopEntertainment.com Music Video Review)

CeeLo Green is Lobarace: Live in Vegas You can tell by the title of this video of CeeLo Green’s recent residency in Sin City, the throw-back soul singer does not take any of the trappings of stardom too seriously.  The dude wants to be the party and the party is in town. Of course, if … Continue reading

Well Worth the Waite: An Interview With John Waite
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Well Worth the Waite: An Interview With John Waite

Well Worth the Waite: An Interview With John Waite by Ken Sharp The music scene is littered with loads of good rock and roll singers, but singularly distinctive, world class vocalists are few and far between. John Waite is one of those singers. With over three decades of music making, Waite has carved up massive … Continue reading

Craig Marks Wants His MTV!
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Craig Marks Wants His MTV!

Craig Marks Wants His MTV! by Jay S. Jacobs http://www.popentertainment.com/iwantmymtv.htm Legend tells us the MTV blasted off on television on August 1, 1981 with the Buggles’ “Video Killed the Radio Star” – a song that was like a shot off the bow of the staid music world and became the channel’s own personal mission statement.  … Continue reading