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15 recording artists from the 1970s who make us think of summer jams

Summer just around the corner, which means it's time to make your summer playlist. Surely, you'll load up on great new music, but no summer playlist is complete without some classic jams from the 1970s. It doesn't matter if it's rock, soul, country or funk, the decade just exuded fun (at least in the musical sense), and we're here to help you select the right artists.
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Every Billboard Music Awards winner for Top Hot 100 Song ever

 The exact Billboard Music Awards given out each year have changed quite a bit since the inaugural event in 1990, but one of the constant categories has been the Top Hot 100 Song, which honors the best of the best among Billboard’s chart-toppers over the previous year. Since the winner can be anyone from a veteran superstar down to a one-hit wonder, we’ve decided to revisit...
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The 20 best moments from Billboard Music Awards history

Though it's often (unfairly) overshadowed by the Grammy Awards, the upcoming Billboard Music Awards are almost always uniquely celebratory, off-the-wall, and buzzworthy. In anticipation of 2017's Billboard Music Awards, turn back the clock with us as we share 20 of the best, weirdest, and most poignant momants from the Billboard Music Awards over the years.
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20 Cult Favorites That Went Mainstream

There's nothing better than being ahead of the curve on a cultural sensation, and nothing worse than watching your best kept secret go mainstream. But that's just a credit to your impeccable taste. Sooner or later, all of these movies, television shows, musicians and so on were going to hit it big. 
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Barbra Streisand's 25 Greatest Songs

Barbra Streisand has been captivating audiences and moviegoers alike since she made her recording debut in 1962 at the age of twenty. Blessed with a powerful yet versatile singing voice, and a live performance talent every bit its equal, it's no wonder she's as popular today as she was in her 1970s prime. There's only one Babs, and it's impossible to imagine a world without her....
April 21, 2017  |  Discuss

NBA legend Darryl Dawkins dead at age 58

NBA legend Darryl Dawkins, nicknamed “Chocolate Thunder” by Stevie Wonder for his strong dunking abilities, died this morning at age 58. No cause of death has been released. Standing 6-foot-11 and weighing 251 pounds, Dawkins was selected fifth overall by the Philadelphia 76ers right out of Orlando’s Maynard Evans High School in the 1975 NBA Draft. His strength inside and...
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August 27, 2015  |  Discuss

RIP Chocolate Thunder: Darryl’s Best Dunks To Celebrate A BBall Legend

Darryl Dawkins aka “Chocolate Thunder” (given that nickname by Stevie Wonder) died this afternoon. Check out this awesome interview where...
Via COED
August 27, 2015  |  Discuss

An Examination: Is Mark Reynolds Blind?

October brought us the truthers’ case against Stevie Wonder being blind. It’s an interesting read and some of the points do at least make you bend an eyebrow. But at the end of the day, Mr. Wonder is probably blind. Little did we know, until @Daniel_Doelling pointed it out on Twitter, that a much more interesting story was published nearly 2 years ago examining if Mark Reynolds...
Via Cardinals Diaspora
December 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Jam it or Cram it: Middle Infield Mashup

As a former radio geek that tired of the shallow money trench and the playing of “Free Bird” for the 7,432 time, I’m a fan of taking those radio hits and mashing them up beyond recognition. Take a couple of things that don’t belong together like Metallica and Stevie Wonder, throw them in the blender and you get something sad but superstitious.The post Jam it or Cram it:...
Via Razzball
March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

The Beatles US Albums versus The Capitol Sound

When the release was first announced, I idly wondered why the Beatles called the new box set the “U.S. Albums” when there were already two volumes out there called “The Capitol Albums,” which consisted of their American releases in 1964 and 1965. Why wouldn't they just call the new release the “Capitol Collection”?Unless...Unless there was some sort of fundamental change...
Via Sporadic Sentinel
February 19, 2014  |  Discuss
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