Jeff Giles, Jason Hare and Dave Lifton finally take the heat off of mothers and focus on fathers — Jason’s dad Gary joins us for Episode 19 of The Popdose Podcast!
Fandom: what does it mean, who inspires it, and where will you go in its name? We have some thoughts on the subject, and you’ll hear ’em on Episode 18 of The Popdose Podcast!
If you were stranded on a desert island with Richard Marx, here are the five things you would need to keep him happy.
After a three-month hiatus, Jeff, Jason, and Dave are back to rip apart a Billboard Top 10 from 1985. It’s the Popdose Podcast, Episode 16: CHART ATTACK! Edition!
Warner Bros. has to remind us that Hall Pass was made by the guys that brought you There’s Something About Mary. What if the promotions department had to tell you the truth?
Richard Marx chats with Popdose about his past & present career, his favorite role in the industry these days, why he hid his smile in the ’80s and much more.
By the cold light of Mellowmas morn, Fred Schneider returns to make us all sick. So very, very sick.
Just in time for Mellowmas Eve, Wing has given us the world’s first song about Santa and a helicopter. Wait, what?
¡Hola, amigos y amigas! Charo ees here to help all you fine mamacitas find Thanta Claw!
Turn around, bright eyes — Bonnie Tyler is here with a Mellowmas tune that has Jason scratching his head and Jeff holding out for a burst eardrum.
In which two of Toto’s many former lead singers wish you a very merry Mellowmas — or a maudlin, senselessly overblown one, whichever comes first.
Armed with a drum loop and enough Viagra to kill a horse, the O’Jays have returned to sex you up for Mellowmas.
Kenny Rogers takes a break from his busy plastic surgery schedule to record yet another Christmas album, and all of us are poorer for it.
Because when you’re calling yourselves the New Monkees, you might as well just go ahead and sing Christmas lyrics over one of your songs.
What if “The First Noel” happened at a Hot Topic in Orange County? Today, the dorks in Eve 6 give us their “Very Special” answer.
The Popdose staff continues to countdown their favorite records of 2010. Join Michael Parr as he lists his top 12.
Today, the Kidz Bop delinquents invade Mellowmas and desecrate a holiday classic.
The mood is right and the spirit’s up — or at least they were until we heard this double dose of “Wonderful Christmastime” covers.
In today’s post, Jeff and Jason uncover long-suppressed memories of cold British seascapes and synthy dread.
Just in time for Mariah Carey’s new Christmas special, here’s a peek inside her latest holiday music cash-in.
Amy Keys looks like a nice enough person…but beneath that friendly smile lurks a heart of pure, sax-wielding evil.
Would you believe that a self-referencing Wang Chung giveaway could end up being one of the year’s best Mellowmas songs? Neither could Jeff and Jason.
Just in case your holidays weren’t bland enough, Train and Coca-Cola have joined forces to “shake” them “up.”
We don’t agree with Willie Nelson’s decision to cut a Christmas duet with Jessica Simpson…but we understand.
On the eighth day of Mellowmas, Laura from General Hospital recorded a holiday album and we are totally not making this up.
Yesterday, Jeff promised not to send Jason any more versions of “Last Christmas” for a year. Yesterday, Jeff lied.
On the sixth day of Mellowmas, the cast of Glee take Jason’s favorite holiday song and wrap it in sheets of Auto-Tune.
Most Christmas albums contain the same old songs, but this year, Susan Boyle has brought us a rather unusual Gift.
On the fourth day of Mellowmas, Jeff and Jason wander into a dark, cold place where pitch, intelligible lyrics, melody, and steady tempo have ceased to exist.
How do you take the most annoying Christmas standard and make it even worse? Today, we find out!