Tag: Billboard


Bootleg City, Music

Bootleg City: Bread in Las Vegas, July ’97

Let there be Bread. (Sorry, I don't have any Phish. You'll have to ask Jesus about those bootlegs.)...

Music, Popdose Profiles

Popdose Profile: Christian Frederickson — Finding Rachel’s Halo

It is May 25, 2006. You are sitting in a capacity crowd at Kaufman Center’s intimate Merkin Concert Hall in New York City, listening to...

In:Sound, Podcast

In:Sound, Ep. 1: Chart Attack! Hot Rap Tracks: March 11, 1989

Veteran podcasters Michael Parr and Zack Stiegler bring their acerbic wit and pop culture knowledge to Popdose in the premier episode of...

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Jane Siberry, “Angels Bend Closer”

Angels Bend Closer, billed as Jane Siberry’s first official album in five years, is actually her first one in close to 20 that...

Before We Was Fab, Music

Before We Was Fab: Frank Sinatra, “Learnin’ the Blues”

Before We Was Fab checks in for the first time with the Chairman of the Board, circa 1955....


Blerd Briefs: Weezy Topples Elvis, The Beatles on Vinyl & “Always Sunny”

In today's Blerd Briefs: Lil Wayne topples a chart record, The Beatles arrive on vinyl, and...the "Always Sunny" cast changes?...

Music, The Weekly Mixtape

The Ever-Increasingly Infrequent Weekly Mixtape – March

On a dreary Saturday evening, it's random Mixtapery!...

Music, News

Top of the Charts – March 15, 2012

On the top of the pops, everything changes...except the songs....

Music, Popdose Flashback '91

Popdose Flashback ’91: Garth Brooks, “Ropin’ the Wind”

Remembering the guy who brought country, and bad shirts, to the suburbs....


Beyond the Wonder, Music

Beyond the Wonder: Blind Melon

Chris Holmes delves into Blind Melon's 1992 debut album to see if there are any other nuggets past the hit single, "No Rain."...



Secret Single: Shamus M’cool, “American Memories”

Unlock the mysteries of one of the most sought-after 45 RPM records, Shamus M'Cool's "American Memories."...


Lost in the '80s, Music

Lost in the ’80s: Face To Face, “10-9-8”

Big things were planned for Boston’s Face To Face in 1984.  Signed to Epic, the New Wave group was pushed heavily by the label...