It’s true Della Reese Is A Passing Of An Angle. and I know that I only made one blog and I also know that I texted you that I won’t be on my website until January 13, but Della Reese is important to me to text about. I’m not her biggest fan but I’m still a fan. I started watching “Tough By An Angle”, with My Mom, until her passing, She liked it and I started to like Della Reese. I have some of her albums,, which you’ll see here. It’s a shock to know someone you know died, even if I didn’t know Della Reese personally, I did know of her and it’s still a shock...Read More
Musical History Of 1943
1943 in music
This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year 1943.
Frank Sinatra appears at The Paramount causing a mob of hysterical bobby-soxers to flood Times Square and blocking midtown New York City traffic for hours
Sinatra becomes a featured singer on the popular Your Hit Parade radio program, and the co-star of the series Broadway Bandbox. By fall, he has left Bandbox to star in his own series Songs By Sinatra.
January 23 – Duke Ellington’s orchestra performs for the first time at New York’s Carnegie Hall. During the concert, which raises money for war relief, Ellington premieres his most famous and revered extended composition, Black, Brown, and Beige.
June 17 – Perry Como signs with RCA
November 14 – Leonard B...
The Aftermath Of Glen Campbell
I’m sure that other websites have glorified Glen Campbell’s death, even though they haven’t written anything about him other then recently, his Alzheimer’s, but not about his music for a long time. I may not know everything about Glen Campbell, but I gave him the respect not to type about him for a whole week. In fact, I wasn’t on my website at all, and out of respect, to Glen Campbell, I gave him time to rest and peace.
Even though I have nothing to new to type about Glen Campbell, I’m still going to remember him on my website and upload more of his albums. This isn’t my way of glorifying Glen Campbell’s death, I’m not that cold hearted to do so. It’s not just Glen Campbell, that I’ll be doing this, it’s everyone that I been mentioning so far...Read More
After this long week of not blogging, I started thinking about what I didn’t do with Chuck Berry’s death like I did with Glen Campbell. I have more more interest in Chuck Berry than Glen Campbell, because I like Chuck Berry and he got me into Rock’N’roll in the first place, but I wasn’t doing the 1920’s at that time. Chuck Berry was born in October 18,1926, and at the time I was in the 1930’s, I did the 1920’s later. I’m only going to do performers and singers that I like and for now, it’s only the ones that either were born or started their career from 1920’s to 1942, so I’ll continue with only what I have done so far, and what I chose from now on, and no one else.
that’s only one reason, the second is I started my website after Chuck Berry died, and I’m only going to celebrate birthdays ...Read More
Glen Campbell, We Will Miss You
I’m not good at eulogies, because this is my first one. I was going to do something big this year for all of my favorite performers and singers, but that’s on the hold for now. To me, this is big enough to stop what I’m doing and go ahead with this blog.
I know that other websites that are about music, will build this up and milk it, but I’m only going to do this today and try to do something later, that I was going to do anyway.
I grew up listening to Glen Campbell, when I was little and trying to listen to Bobby Sherman (what do you expect from a Eight year old), or anyone other than what My Parents were listening to.
I heard Rhinestone Cowboy everyday that I knew the words of it and started singing it in school (and teased by it for years), and when I g...Read More