For seasons one through eight, the theme song was composed by Dan Foliart and Howard Pearl with Los Angeles-based musician John Juke Logan credited as the original harmonica player.
In the ninth (and what was supposed to be final) season, that honor went to John Popper, frontman of the rock band Blues Traveler. Popper lent his signature harmonica melody and original lyrics to the series before it went off the air in 1997.
Roseanne made its grand return
In truth, Isaac, Taylor and Zac Hanson formed their band in 1992, when youngest member Zac (who is actually the third born of seven children) was only 6 years old. So while 2017 may mark 20 years of loyalty even for the most dedicated of Fansons — who first became acquainted with the towheaded brothers over the summer of 1997 during the time of their breakout album Middle of Nowhere and subsequent sold-out arena concerts, Saturday Night Live appearance, Christmas album and adorable Eggo commercial — for Hanson, it’s
Lorene Scafaria is originally from New Jersey, and the film is somewhat autobiographical. Like Sarandon in the film, Scafaria’s mother moved to Los Angeles after her husband passed away, to be “closer” to her daughter. Prior to all that, Scafaria had graduated from Montclair State in New Jersey, and afterward moved to New York City to write plays.
After acting and writing in NYC, she made the West Coast move in the mid-2000s and landed the screen adaptation of “Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist.” In 2012, her original screenplay “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World” was released,
If you love Metallica, you know all about how great Master of Puppets, Creeping Death, Seek & Destroy and all of the classic tracks are. Metallica’s entire pre-radio play catalogue contains a litany of definitive songs that fans pretty much agree are great.
But there are also lots of Metallica tracks that aren’t as appreciated on such a large scale as the band’s more popular and acclaimed songs. With Metallica playing more and more varied setlists these days, digging into lesser explored corners of their back catalogue, we look at five of the best obscure Metallica tracks.
If you don’t see your favourite obscure track listed here, share it with us in the comments! What are your favourites?
5. Tuesday’s Gone
This Lynyrd Skynyrd cover was originally recorded in 1997 for a Ksjo Radio acoustic session, to promote Neil Young’s Bridge School Benefit gigs,
Lopez said he had a great two-year run as a late-night talk show host. But, he said, "I'm out of that thing."
"I know all those guys. They're all good guys, but that's a tough job. There are a lot of tough jobs in TV. That could be one of the toughest, hosting a show every night," Lopez said Wednesday night.
Lopez's comments in Sioux Falls before taking the stage for a stand-up show benefiting the Brennan Rock & Roll Academy come after amid fresh turbulence in the late-night talk show business after word leaked last week that "Late Night" host Jimmy Fallon will unseat Jay Leno as the new host of NBC's "Tonight." The network has not confirmed the rumor.
Lopez wound up
You know a Beats Antique song when you hear it. The group has a very unique dance fusion sound that would be tricky to even emulate. Normally, I hate using the term “fusion,” but it’s necessary to describe the musical concoction that Beats Antique manages to create. A smorgasbord of varying sounds – the group funnels all of their personal music palettes together resulting in an electronic tribal sound that is ridiculously catchy. Oh, and did I mention they have a full-time belly dancer in their ranks?
I was shocked to discover that the group only consists of three members: multi-instrumentalist David Satori, percussion extraordinaire Tommy Cappel, and sultry Zoe Jakes, a mesmerizing belly dancer. Satori boasts a degree in music performance and composition from the California Institute of the Arts. Cappel is a proud grad as well with a degree in studio drumming from the iconic Berklee College of Music in Boston.
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John Popper and the Duskray Troubadours have also been added for Sunday, May 29th. Other headliners include Third Eye Blind, From Good Homes, The New Pornographers, The Misfits, Sister Hazel, Cracker, Soul Asylum, Rebbie Jackson (sister of Michael Jackson) and many more! The festival has been created and aims to benefit charities of suicide prevention, health and nutrition.
"...As 'Z 02', they are known as the hard-rocking Brooklyn band that toured with Kiss. But as 'The Z Brothers', they pay the rent playing kids birthday parties.
"In Season 2, 'Paulie Z', 'David Z' and 'Joey D' have left music altogether.
Even if their promiscuous manager and depraved club owner can get them back together, will the guys survive more ex-lovers, hot moms and strange gigs as well as each other on their way to rock & roll glory?..."
The series also includes cameo appearances from Daryl Hall, Dave Navarro, John Popper, Bethenny Frankel, Dee Snider, Jim Norton, Chris Jericho, Frank Stallone, Jeffrey Ross, Warren Sapp, Constantine Maroulis, Marky Ramone and Joan Rivers playing themselves.
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