Johnny Bacardi has Ringo on his mind.
Brook Benton scored a big comeback hit in 1960
It was the beginning of a Hall of Fame career for Hall & Oates
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In ’66 the Young Rascals hit big with Good Lovin’. A year later Groovin’ made them legends.
In the wake of Robbie McIntosh’s death the previous year, AWB had a tough time making their third album. Fortunately they persevered and completed Cut the Cake.
Despite having a number of hits, Brook Benton had been largely forgotten by the mid-’60s. Then in 1970 he returned with the biggest hit of his career.
By late 1968, the Rascals string of hit singles was coming to and end, but there was still a lot of great music to be heard from the blue-eyed soul legends.
By 1968 Dusty Springfield’s career had stalled. Then she signed with Atlantic Records and released the classic Dusty in Memphis.
You’ve heard Elton John’s greatest hits — and now the Popdose staff gives you their favorite deep cuts from his catalog.
Howard Jones is best remembered as an icon of ’80s pop, but he’s never stopped working — as evidenced by Ordinary Heroes, the new album he discusses in his Popdose Interview with Will Harris.
Hey everybody!Á‚ Just think: one week from now, you’ll probably be feeling full and somewhat nauseous from all the food you’ve ingested.Á‚ I say, why wait a week?Á‚ Get that…