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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,...
Grease is without a doubt one of the most iconic movies of all time. This American musical romantic comedy was directed by Randal Kleiser in 1978. Not many might know this, but the film is actually an adaptation of Warren Casey and Jim Jacobs' 1971 musical of the same name. The movie went on to be a massive hit....
Donny Osmond is one of the most entertaining artists from the 70s. Osmond was only 5 years old when he made his stage debut for the first time. He performed at The Andy Williams Show. By 13 years of age, he had already released his covers of "Go Away, Little Girl" and "Puppy Love". He was considered as a...
Comedy has come a long way. From Charlie Chaplin's era to Kevin Hart, Hollywood has seen comedy in every form, from it's worst to the best. But no matter what anyone says, Oldschool comedy has its special place in Hollywood and the hearts of comedy lovers. The video we have here is one of the most iconic comedy teams in...
Back in the 60s, the music was very different than what people are used to today. The genres were limited, it's popularity was judged differently, and the songs had a different vibe to it. And when Nancy Sinatra released "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" in 1996, it was a revolution for females in music. Nancy was the daughter of...
There are many incredible country artists in the world. Lots of amazing female country stars have won our hearts over the course of time. Even if you aren't into country music, I am sure you have heard of great names such as Dolly Parton, Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, and Reba McEntire, among others. However, many people tend to believe...
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The Rat Pack was an iconic group of entertainers based in Las Vegas. Initially, they started as friends who met in Nevada in the 60s. But later, they were highly sought out in the sparkling desert city. This informal group was made up of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr., among others. They were even in movies...
Lucille Ball was probably one of the most talented comedians in the world. She was really incredible at physical comedy. Every week from 1951 to 1957, she and her then husband, Desi Arnaz, amused their audience with their antics on “I Love Lucy”. After the hit sitcom came to an end, Lucille and Desi produced some special episodes for...
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The ‘60s was an incredible year for music. Artists like Bob Dylan, Beach Boys, and The Beatles were peaking. Undeniably, it was an excellent year for Pop. We can see the path these legendary songs have paved for the music of today. One significant influence is Little Peggy March, and her hit song ‘I Will Follow Him.’ Peggy march got...
By now, Willie Nelson really needs no introduction. He is one of the most influential figures in the country music scene. He is a veteran as well, as he recently celebrated his 83rd birthday. Over the years, he has grown to be revered by artists from other genres as well. This incredible artist has managed to consistently amaze the...
What comes in mind when you think of the holidays? Surely you think about the cold weather, family, and Christmas trees. Another thing that may come to mind is the Christmas classic "Baby, it's cold outside." This popular holiday song has been playing since 1944 and continues to enter the charts during the holiday time. Although the melody of the...
We have seen lots of movies over the years. And though not all of them consist of dance scenes, some of them had unforgettable groovy numbers. This clip shares some of the best dance scenes of all time. It is mashed up with Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop the Feeling”. It was put together by a YouTuber called Movie Remixer....
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...
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...
Bill Haley & His Comets was an American rock and roll band that was formed in 1952. It continued on till 1981 until Haley’s death. It was the earliest group of white musicians that brought rock and roll to America and the rest of the world. From late 1954 to late 1956, the group managed to put nine singles...
The video below features an episode from a show called “The Golden Age of Rock and Roll”. It was originally filmed on “Hollywood a Go-Go” in 1964. It shares a song called “Runaway” by Del Shannon which was released in 1961. It was one of the most famous songs in the entertainment industry that year. The song was written by...