Carlos Santana at 70. Still Rockin.’ Still Working.

  Carlos Santana turned 70-years old yesterday. Let that sink in. And then note that he’s got a new album out, “Power of Peace” a collaboration with the Islely Brothers that puts a funky, soulful spin on African rhythms, PLUS he’s on tour. Carlos had just turned...

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Baby Driver: A Hip Movie & A Hit Soundtrack

"Baby Driver," one of this summer’s hottest and hippest films, rates 97% on “Rotten Tomatoes” and the soundtrack is getting enough raves that it instantly became one of the top selling albums on iTunes. The soundtrack’s songs range from oldies:  "Nowhere To Run"...

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Attention Bob Seger Fans!

Bob Seger is one of the last super-star rockers to join the digital era, and now, finally, his fans can rejoice because his legal and financial issues have been resolved and much (but not all) of his music is finally available for streaming on Apple Music, Amazon,...

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The Top 10 Songs From The “Summer Of Love”

Grills, fireworks and… oldies, the perfect July 4th holiday mix! Fifty years ago, 1967,  was the famed "Summer of Love."  San Francisco.  Hippies.  The earliest Boomers were turning 21, and the youngest were just three. Here are the most popular Top 40 hits from that...

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Chuck Berry’s Final Album Has Been Released

Nearly three months after his death, Chuck Berry’s final album—his first in 38 years, has been released posthumously.  “Chuck” is Berry’s final love letter, a 10-track collection that showcases a host of top players, including Berry’s daughter Ingrid on harmonica, his...

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Love R&B? This Really Is A “MUST SEE!”

  Bert Berns wrote “Twist & Shout," "Cry Baby," "Hang On Sloopy," "I Want Candy," "Piece Of My Heart" and dozens more classic hit songs that helped define the soundtrack of the Boomer generation. In 2014, legendary San Francisco rock critic Joel Selvin wrote...

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“American Pie” Gets Honored in National Archives

"American Pie" by Don McLean is so special many of us remember the moment in 1971 when we first heard it. It spoke to us Boomers as if it was an anthem; channeling our collective experience, expressing the feelings of a whole generation in a ballad that made music...

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