Musical Quiz Show (, revived in ). A war-time radio musical-quiz program, the first season of Beat the Band was sponsored by that ready-to-eat corn cereal, Kix and hosted by Gary Moore. Radio listeners sent in music title questions such as "What song title tells you what Cinderella might have said if she awoke one morning and found that her foot had grown too large for the.
A website known as The Beatles "as they were presented to us" Never Existed, claims to have blown the lid off of one the biggest conspiracies of all time. According to the folks behind the site, the band did not consist of just the Fab Four that we know and love, but a larger group of individuals playing John, Paul, George and Ringo.
The fake band, however, was revived soon after the film’s success, and it featured many of the actors and actresses who performed on both soundtracks. The Commitments continue to gig sporadically (mostly near Ireland, where the movie-version of the band was born); in fact, almost all of the original cast reunited in for a 20 th.
Jul 20, · As much as I love 70's music, drums sounded fair too dead on too many albums. Sure, we had bands like Led Zeppelin and Rush who had drummers who pounded their drums and you could feel the power, but then there were 10 times as many bands who released records where the drums sounded like they were recorded at half volume. The 80's fixed that.