Congratulations to The Moody Blues and The Cars!

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees have been announced!  The Inductees are:

  • The Moody Blues
  • The Cars
  • Bon Jovi
  • Dire Straits
  • Nina Simone
  • Sister Rosetta Sharpe

I am very happy that the Moody Blues and the Cars are getting inducted because I voted for them! I did feel sad that the other acts I voted for didn’t make it in this year: Eurythmics, the Zombies, and Link Wray.

Anyway, so glad for the Moody Blues and the Cars!



Happy Birthday, Mr. Mojo!

Happy Birthday, Jim Morrison! (December 8, 1943 – July 3, 1971)

The lead singer of the Doors would have been 74 years old today.  Miss you, Jim!

This year, we celebrated the 50th anniversary of the first Doors album.

The members of The Doors: (In case you didn’t know)

Jim Morrison – Lead Singer

Ray Manzarek – Keyboardist

Robby Krieger – Guitarist

John Densmore – Drummer

Remembering Roy Orbison

I’m a little late with this one. It  happened on the night of December 6, 1988, when Roy Orbison (Born: 4/23/36) had a fatal heart attack while visiting his mother.  Recently, he had done concerts in Boston and in Ohio.  No one saw it coming.  Not his fellow Traveling Wilburys.

My favorite Roy Orbison song is this one.

Of course, his most famous song is that one.

Roy had a big hit with a song that was released posthumously.

Another classic song by Roy that was later covered by Electric Light Orchestra (ELO)

Been Preoccupied With Other Stuff!

Wow! November’s almost over!  I have been away from blogging here because I was very distracted with taking care of myself and my cats.  It’s been a sad month!  Especially the last couple of weeks.

Rest in peace, John Hillerman (actor who played Higgins on Magnum PI), Malcolm Young of AC/DC, Della Reese (actress and singer), and David Cassidy.

I did get to see Gary Puckett in concert last Sunday night at the Wolf Den in Mohegan Sun in Connecticut.  It was a nice road trip, but driving is exhausting in the long run.

Haven’t had time to write happy birthday in heaven for Robert Vaughn of Man From Uncle fame yet.  It would have been his 85th birthday last Wednesday, November, 22.  Sadly, he passed away last year on November 11.

Hopefully, I can catch up this weekend on what I want to post here while we go into December 2017!

Yet, I can’t resist the urge to post a video or two here.