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Music has a way of making us feel better. Songs from the olden days are unparalleled I think. They have a different feel and emotion and they evoke nostalgia. We can’t seem to find that sort of tune in today’s music what with all Nicki Minajs and Lil Wyanes. If you love all things classic, then you have hit...
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Elvis Presley is one of the biggest icons in the history of pop culture. He is known as the King of Rock N’ Roll, and he didn’t get this title without a reason. He had the incredible combination of stunning looks, a killer voice, and an irresistible charm. He won over the masses with his talent, and also caused...
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The video below features the first time Patrick Swayze danced with his beloved wife on international TV. The year was 1994 and it was the World Music Awards. That’s when Patrick Swayze came onstage with his beautiful wife, Lisa Nieme. Together, the duo moved gracefully to “All The Man That I Need”, a song that was first recorded as...
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Dance has been evolving with time. Styles that used be enjoyed by our parents and grandparents are unknown to us today. The video below features one of these classical dance forms. “The Strol” was one of the biggest dance crazes back in the late 1950s. It was originated from American Bandstand, and it is one of the simplest yet...
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Jerry Lewis is an American actor who is perhaps best known for his comedies and slapstick humor. He, along with Dean Martin, made the hilarious comedy duo, Martin and Lewis. He is respected and has been honored by his contributions in comedy, and he has also used his fame towards activism for muscle dystrophy awareness. The following video shows...
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When you think about a British boy band from back in the 60s, nothing but The Beatles comes to mind. But there were in fact a lot of other amazing boy bands in that era too. One of them is featured in the video below. Herman’s Hermits was formed in 1962 in Manchester and this incredible band was famous...
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When you listen to the music that comes on the radio these days, you can’t help but miss the old songs. The new songs might be catchy, but the charm wears off after hearing it a few times. There is only so many times you can listen to The Chainsmokers or “Despacito”! These sorts of may come and go,...
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Patrick Swayze has had a huge influence in the entertainment business. He was not only an incredible actor, but Swayze was also known to be a remarkable singer, songwriter, and dancer as well. He passed away untimely in 2009 at the age of 57; and though he left the world way too soon, his works will always make us...
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The 1960s was an amazing decade. It was one of the most colorful and exciting times ever. It left a huge impact on pop culture, fashion and music. Big bellbottoms, big music, big hair and the Summer of Love—it truly was an amazing time. Artists like Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, The Ronnettes all ruled big in the charts. But...
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This vintage footage from 1935 features one of America’s most beloved performers of all time; Shirley Temple. This was a scene from the film “Curley Top”. You are going to be taken back in time when you see the amazing young Shirley age from a little girl to an old woman right before your very eyes, as she performs...
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Back in the late 60s, a show was broadcasted by the name of The Carol Burnett Show. The American comedy show (it was more than just comedy) aired skits, parodies by the eponymous Carol Burnett and her comedy troupe.  Have you heard or watched the classic movie "Gone with the Wind" from the 30s?  Well, if you haven't you should definitely check it...
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Fred Astaire is hailed as one of the best dancers and performers in the history of the entertainment industry. This vintage video features one of his most amazing performances. This famous footage from the movie “Broadway Melody of 1940” shows one of the greatest dance sequences of all time. Half of the credit goes to Fred, but the other...
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Bobby Darin was born Walden Robert Cassotto in New York in 1936. This talented man was an influential artist in the 50s. His life was full of tragic secrets at the same time he was rising to fame. Darin spent most of his life believing his mother, who gave birth to him at 18 out of wedlock, was actually...
When the war was at its peak, many soldiers were going through hell and high waters for their survival. A little outside the Rawah Anbar province in Iraq, many soldiers were facing terrifying attacks on a daily basis. But even at desperate times like these, miracles do happen. This story below is going to warm your heart like no...
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The song 'The Sound of Silence' is everyone's favorite piece. And why wouldn't it be! The melody and the lyrics is enough to give us nostalgia. Although it was released in 1964, it has won millions of heart. Many artists sang its cover in different versions but nobody did it like Touch of class. Sang by Touch of Class with...
The names Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton need no recognition. In the world of country music, the duo has made a remarkable career with their soothing voices. Dolly appeared in movies like Steel Magnolias and Nine to Five. Kenny lent his name to a popular fast-food restaurant.  Not many people are aware that Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton are more...