In addition to his game shows, he also produced Bobby Vinton's syndicated variety TV show from 1975-1978. P.* "Palisades Park" entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart on May 6th, 1962 at #69; six weeks later on June 17th it peaked at #3 and spent 15 weeks on the chart.In his biography 'Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind' (later made into a movie), Chuck claimed to have once been a CIA agent, a claim denied by the agency... On May 1st 1959, Freddy Cannon performed "Tallahassee Lassie" on the ABC-TV program 'American Bandstand'...I just remember hearing him do that on the song and I thought it was dope.
Four days later on May 5th, 1959 it entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart...(See next post below for more info on Freddy).
On April 24th 1965, Freddy Cannon performed "Tallahassee Lassie" on the syndicated TV program 'Hollywood A Go-Go'...
The four superstar who make up Chickenfoot are clearly united in their positive, upbeat view on life, so it’s only natural they’d find a good spot on this list. You see, Bryan Ferry isn’t actually the one singing “oh yeah” on this song.
In this case, lead singer Sammy Hagar — tired of sleeping around and looking to settle down — is willing to say “yes” to absolutely anything that’ll make his sweetheart happy. Instead he’s driving home from a date — which seems to have gone quite well — and listening to a band on the radio singing those words.
All I did was like a few [of Karrueche Tran’s] pictures.
He didn’t get angry or anything,” The Game explained of the feud rumors. All the blog sites they twist it.” While The Game may have silenced rumors of a growing romance with Karrueche last year, it appears that the rapper has only reignited the dating claims after giving the model a shout-out in his newest track, “All Eyez,” which dropped earlier this week on June 20.
Of course, Jim Morrison’s poetic lyrics are open to many interpretations, but it seems that suicide is what the narrator of this song is saying yes to, especially with that repeated It was tough to choose just one “yes” song to represent rock’s masked marvels on this list.
After all, the Paul Stanley-sung ‘Say Yeah‘ also appears on this same album, and we’re highly partial to the brief spoken word-track ‘Yes’ from the famous Starchild bootleg ‘People Let Me Get This Off My Chest.’ But in the end, you can’t beat this track’s combination of a good, cowbell-heavy beat and a heavy dose of the Demon’s cornball sexual bragging. “ OK get ready to get your ‘Inception’ thinking caps on.
They formed their own professional wrestling federation, Juggalo Championship Wrestling, and later collaborated with many well-known hip hop and rock musicians.
The group has established a dedicated following, often referred to as Juggalos.
On this extremely catchy, soulful slice of upbeat rock and roll from Aerosmith’s most recent (and somewhat overstuffed) album, Steven Tyler is having a hard time saying “No.” Will he cry, steal, go blind and even die for just one sweet kiss from his lover? So really, Is John Lennon being sort of an idiot on this song, originally released as the B-side of 1965’s ‘Ticket to Ride’ single? You see, he’s got a lovely girl willing to go out with him, but he’s worried she’ll wear the color red, which will remind him of his old girlfriend and make him blue.