80s Rewind

80s Rewind: Eddie Money - Take Me Home Tonight

Since we sadly lost Eddie Money to cancer I felt that we had to feature him in the 80s Rewind this week and his massive hit "Take Me Home Tonight." It's based on The Ronettes' 1963 hit "Be My Baby," featuring their lead singer, Ronnie Spector, singing the line, "Be my little baby." Her last Top 40...
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80's Rewind: A-ha - Take On Me

This week I have to feauture one of the biggest songs of the 80's that I grew up listening to and I'm sure you did too, "Take On Me" by A-ha. I remember attending Public School 91 in the Glendale section of Queens, NY when this song came out. It was blasting on so many radios and was impossible to...
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80's Rewind: Hall & Oates - Maneater

My son has been singing "Maneater" by Hall & Oates at the top of his lungs lately so I decided to spotlight it in our 80's Rewind this week.. It originally was about a very seductive woman who has very expensive tastes that she uses on men. Luckily, he doesn't know that. LOL! Come to find out,...
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80's Rewind: Berlin - Take My Breath Away

Since Tom Cruise made that HUGE surprise appearance at Comic-Con and showed the trailer for the very first time in the world to Top Gun: Maverick , I figured we could dive deeper into the love theme from the first Top Gun movie. "Take My Breath Away" was written by Giorgio Moroder and Tom Whitlock...
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Petty, Dylan, CSN, Wonder, Nicks, Browne-A Sunny 80s Rewind

June 6th, 1982 some of music's best performed at The Rose Bowl in the six hour "Peace Concert". Tom Petty. Stevie Wonder. Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, Stevie Nicks, Bob Dylan and Jackson Browne and many more took the stage before 85,000 people. It was the first "No Nukes" concert-to promote...
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Sunny 80s Rewind-The year long Summer...

Bananarama's 3 members, Sarah Dallin, Siobhan Fahey and Keren Woodward and their producers wrote this song about a Summer love affair gone wrong. It did well when released in 1983 - in Great Britain, but it took a year to make the charts in the USA. The video here was shot in New York City which is...
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