Rolf Harris sentenced

Australian singer/entertainer Rolf Harris has been jailed for years 5 and 9 months after being found guilty of multiple cases of sexual abuse against young girls, one of them being only 7 years old at the time. The judge, Mr Justice Sweeney said that Harris had shown no remorse The sentence has been referred to…Read More

Hugy

Hugyfest 2014

For more than a decade Hugyfest near Reading, Pennsylvania has been the place where AOL Oldies from all over the world have met up to have their now legendary annual party. And although Tom (Hugy) has now gone to a better place, his legacy is kept alive by his wife Barb. This year, as always,…Read More

Luthea Salom – Never Blue released

Subterfuge records has released Luthea Salom’s first single called “Never Blue” since she signed for them last month. An EP will follow shortly before the full album “The Little Things We Do” is released in Autumn of this year. Luthe Salom is a Spanish/Canadian singer songwriter based in New York. She has previously released 4…Read More

Cockney John’s Mission

Thought punk was a thing of the past? Did you think that punk and fun don’t fit? Think again, because Cockney John has set out on a zany mission to prove you wrong. Day three and I can’t stop listening to this music. Cockney John’s brand of fun punk is addictive to the limit. Yet…Read More

Boys Don’t Cry

The problem that crops up after you have have released a debut album that is so wonderfully successful that critics dub you the coming Superstar has been well documented: Its the problem that Procol Harum had after releasing “A Whiter shade of Pale” and the problem that Rumer has today: The follow up. Her management…Read More

Caro Josée – Mona Lisa Liut

Mona Lisa Liut is a song from Caro Josée’s current album Turning Point, which was released in July 2012 The song was written by Caro (lyrics) and Manusch Weiss (Music) and was the first song written during their collaboration leading up to the release of the album. It was the input and influence of Manusch…Read More

The Chameleons: Electric Light Orchestra

I have always maintained that a band that is successful over a large period of time has to adapt to be able to achieve continuing success. In some cases I feel (although this a personal sentiment obviously) that quite a few of them have sold their souls in the process. The new series “The Chameleons”…Read More