“Don’t Ask Me Why” is a Billy Joel song released in 1980. This song is about a high society woman hiding and ignoring her roots, but must face the fact that she can’t hide where she comes from. Buy it here on Amazon (affiliate link)
Here is a song that takes on some new meaning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The song appeared on the album Bombs & Butterflies in 1997 and quickly rose on the charts. You can buy the album here on Amazon (affiliate link).
Widespread Panic is an American rock band from Athens, Georgia. The current lineup includes guitarist/singer John Bell, bassist Dave Schools, drummer Duane Trucks, percussionist Domingo “Sunny” Ortiz, keyboardist John “JoJo” Hermann, and guitarist Jimmy Herring. The band’s original guitarist and primary songwriter, Michael Houser, died of pancreatic cancer in 2002.
“Drive” is a 1984 song by the Cars, the third single from the band’s Heartbeat City album released in March 1984 and their biggest international hit. Written by the late Ric Ocasek, the track was actually sung by bassist Benjamin Orr.
The music video was directed by actor Timothy Hutton and features 18-year-old model/actress Paulina Porizkova, who would later become Ric Ocasek’s wife.
A group of people standing outdoors wearing masks over their mouths. This was probably during the Spanish Flu epidemic of 1918. One of the women has a sign in front of her reading ‘Wear a mask or go to jail.”
Meet the voices behind ‘The Flintstones‘ which aired from September 30, 1960 to April 1, 1966.
Alan Reed – Fred Flintstone
Jean Vander Pyl – Wilma Flintstone
Mel Blanc – Barney Rubble
Gerry Johnson – Betty Rubble
Dick Clark’s Crazy Flintstones House