Hey guys! I have a blog now! This is it, what do you think?
My plan is to share music news, celebrity gossip & only the best in Taylor Swift memes. I’ll also answer your questions! If you have one, leave it in the comments below!
It’s strictly a family thing with Motown’s latest R&B’s sensation JAMES DAVIS. The trio consists of siblings Jess, Rey (who are twins by the way) & brother Austin Reynolds. With the advances in marijuana & legalization in various states, their latest single, Co-Pilot, lets you know no weed is needed to get high. Check the visual below for a better understanding. Your comments ALWAYS welcome & mandatory. #SUPPORT Those That #SUPPORT You…#SALUTE
Whenever you go anywhere that requires one of these stickers…you know you’re gonna walk away with a story. Whether it’s a first day of school, a first day on the job, or your first Agalmatophilia Anonymous meeting…You’re you’re taking a chance and leaving your comfort zone behind! It could be terrible or it could be awesome. You might even make a new friend??…and then that awkward introduction will become legend.
Sooo….I’m Red! Nice to meet you. I host Alternative Hits/Alternative/80’s Hits/Party Hits/Music News here at Slacker. I’m a big fan of music/art/sushi and weirdos are my heroes.
Let’s be friends!
Ps – My name tag is crooked for realistic effect.
So, welcome to my new blog. This is where you’ll find all my deepest thoughts.
Just kidding. My thoughts don’t really go all that deep. But I’ll try to keep you updated on country music stuff here in Nashville, which is way better, right?
And if you ever have questions or comments or sarcastic remarks (my favorite!), give me a shout on Twitter or Facebook. I have Instagram, too, but that’s mostly just pictures of my dog. But she’s a really cute dog, so…
35 years ago this week, “Rock With You” from Michael Jackson was the number one song in the country. It was taken from the album “Off the Wall,” a groundbreaking departure from Jackson’s previous work with Motown and his famous brothers, fusing funk, disco, jazz and pop. It eventually became the first album by a solo artist to produce four top ten singles, and firmly established Michael Jackson as a star in his own right. Reviewing a special edition of the album in 2001, AllMusic called it “vibrant and giddily exciting, years after its release,” and we agree. Listen as much as you want to “Off the Wall” from Michael Jackson, our Album of the Week.