Marlon needs love, too.
The complete list of the ’70s best albums, as compiled by the Popblerd staff…along with a Spotify playlist!
The name Deke Richards may not strike you immediately if you’re not a Motown fanatic. But if you’ve got any love for the works of Michael Jackson and The Jackson 5 (and, of course, if you read this site, surely you must), the news of Richards’ passing is indeed a bittersweet note. Richards, born Dennis Lussier, was one-quarter of two of Motown’s most famous songwriting collectives in the post-Holland-Dozier-Holland era. First there was The Clan with Pam Sawyer, Frank Wilson and R. Dean Taylor; together, [...]
Michael, meet Stevie. Stevie, meet Michael. Stevie and Michael, meet our top ten.
Big Money, GG and Carletta join forces for a new Blerd Radio podcast. Give it a listen! (no, John Mayer isn’t on the podcast-but he is discussed in detail!)
A new TLC album, Dave Grohl returns to QOTSA, and Jermaine changes his name. More crazy news…
In 1984, it paid to be a Jackson-literally and figuratively. Katherine and Joe’s nine kids were in their glory around this time-riding high on the success of Michael’s Thriller album. In that year alone, the six brothers recorded and released the Victory album and sold out arenas across the nation on tour. Youngest sister Janet released her second album, Dream Street, and won a supporting role on the television series “Fame.” Even middle sister La Toya scored her highest charting [...]
A trailer from the Spike Lee-directed “Bad 25″ documentary. Chamone!
For its’ 25th anniversary, Michael Jackson’s classic Bad album gets the super deluxe treatment. Read our review to find out why you should own this.
Who’s bad? We’re bad!! Check out the latest Blerd Radio podcast, which is a tribute to Michael Jackson on the 25th anniversary of the release of his classic 1987 album.
There’s no maybe about the fact that this release date is packed to the goods with music. Everyone from Band of Horses to Michael Jackson (twice!) Check out the highlights and stream some of the albums in this week’s new, improved New Release Report!
Less than a week remains until the unveiling of Bad 25, an expanded edition of Michael Jackson’s 1987 classic. One of the most anticipated parts of this set is the official release of Michael’s 1988 Wembley Arena show, which he performed in the presence of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana. The show is also being released on CD-the first ever commercial release of an adult MJ solo concert. Lots of qualifiers there, but oh well. There’s no disputing [...]