As always, just some songs I liked, one song per artist, not necessarily the biggest hit, (although I feel free to comment on other songs by the artist). “Forgive and Forget” – Eddie Rabbitt (1975) Prior to this, Eddie was known, if at all, as a songwriter. This record got to #12, but did better […]
Sugarland‘s sales saw a 45% decline, but it was still enough to take the top spot from Miley Cyrus on the Billboard 200 chart. Leave it to Jamey Johnson to turn the often humorous Photocrap blog serious. Jamey Johnson makes another appearance on Unplugged at Studio 330 next week, but for now you can go […]
David Rogers (1936-1993) is proof of the adage that it’s great to be on a major label, but only if the label is truly behind you. Born in Atlanta, Georgia, during the depths of the Great Depression, Rogers began playing guitar when he was eleven, and shortly thereafter began appearing in local bands. He successfully […]
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