I wanted to post some Bee Gees on my blog for the fun of it and because they are friggin awesome!
Aretha Franklin, The Queen of Soul passed away today at age 76.
This is one of my favorite performances she did when she was in the movie “The Blues Brothers” with John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd. This scene showed her singing, acting and dancing talents.
Thanks for your gift that made music and the world better Aretha. You will live on and your influence will still be felt well on into the future.
Today pop-rock legend Barry Gibb was Knighted by Prince Charles today at Buckingham Palace in London making him Sir. Barry Gibb. His contributions to music and charity are well noted. With his brothers Maurice and Robin they formed one of the great trios in music history the Bee Gees. Congratulations Sir. Barry!
One of my favorite tunes by The Bee Gees. Night Fever.
Michael Jackson left this world nine years ago on June 25, 2009. He had a troubled life but his talent changed the world. He was and remains a superstar. Rest in Power MJ.
I discovered Dawes on CBS This Morning: Saturday which is my favorite Saturday Morning news program and I became hooked. Dawes is a folk rock, indie rock sort of group with a terrific sound with tunes that make you think and feel. This video is pretty awesome with a very poignant message.
Rock Of Ages – From teenage to middle age you are never too old or young to rock. Chattanooga’s Rock Skool for young rockers to The Beaters a experienced cover band. A fun evening of music at Chattanooga’s Riverbend Festival.
Stevie Wonder in the studio back in 1973 with his hit song Superstition. Appropriate for Friday The 13th, don’t you think?
I first heard this cover featured in the movie “Up In The Air” and I found it to be catchy and very unique. Woody Guthrie first sang this tune and its still the iconic version.