The Commodores scored hit after hit in the ’70s and ’80s
In this episode of In:Sound we dare to ask the question: why don’t country music fans like country music?
Greetings and welcome to CHART ATTACK!, the long-defunct-but-now-resurrected series where we take a look back at a Billboard Top 10 chart from yesteryear, and try to remember what we loved about…
Remembering the great songwriter Rod Temperton whose songs were the soundtrack of the ’80s
Natalie Cole emerged from a large shadow to become a star in her own right
Courtesy flush not included.
”We Are The World,” the charity single to end all charity singles (except it didn’t), was recorded 30 years ago this week. It was an instant sensation when it was…
Richard Marx joins us to talk about his new album Beautiful Goodbye, writing songs with Ringo Starr and why it’s okay to break all of the rules.
We’ve come to the end of the road.
Chart Attack! is back for episode 2, covering the Top 10 from March 19, 1983.
Hop in the DeLorean and travel back to 1986 with Kelly Stitzel as she takes a look at the Best Original Song Oscar nominees from that year.
After a two-year hiatus, Kelly Stitzel’s Soundtrack Saturday returns! This week, she takes a look at the Best Original Song Oscar nominees from 1982.
With this, the fourth installment of our look at AM Gold: 1979, the Digging for Gold series comes to a close. Thanks to everyone for reading, listening, and mellowing with us!
One song in this room just filled the expanse with methane. Can you guess which one? – Dw. Dunphy, on seeing the second batch of songs for AM Gold: 1977.
Carly Simon’s song from Working Girl was the first Oscar-winning song in a decade not to be a smash hit, and also it was by the iconic Carly Simon. What gives?
Why does this man look so concerned? Well, if you could woo woo woo, you’d know the answer to this question. Find out more in this week’s Jheri Curl Fridays.
Kelly Stitzel helps you ring in 2012 with a special New Year’s Eve* edition of the Week(end) ’80s Dance Party.
*Garry Marshall was not involved in the making of this mix.
On the fourth day of Mellowmas, Christmas makes the baby Mandisa cry
Perfect for your soul-crushing trip to the mall on this Black Friday: A rundown of a classic Top 10 from November 1983. It’s the Popdose Podcast, Episode 22: CHART ATTACK! Edition!
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!
After a few years of plundering my parents’ vinyl collection and taping songs off the radio, I finally got around to buying my first cassette in late 1985. This was…
John Cusack goes on a cross-country journey with Daphne Zuniga to find The Sure Thing and Kelly Stitzel finally decides to go along for the ride.
When the 2007 live action-animation hybrid movie of Alvin and the Chipmunks made $60 million in its opening weekend, it took people by surprise. Hadn’t the besweatered musical trio outstayed…
A duck, a muskrat, and Rod Stewart in a bowtie — the only thing that could save this Billboard Top 10 is a four-minute talkbox solo. It’s all in Jason Hare’s latest edition of CHART ATTACK!
Dave Steed’s Bottom Feeders moves into its second week of the letter R, which means it’s time for some not-so-classic ’80s cuts from frozen food kingpin Smokey Robinson. Anyone hungry for some mild gumbo?
We’ve invaded your browser, your radio dial, and your pop culture fantasies — and now, at long last, it’s time for us to snuggle up to your pods. Ladies and gentlemen, the Popdose Podcast!
Do you have about 45 minutes to spare? If so, you won’t want to spend it watching Neil Diamond … Hello Again, a television special that aired on CBS in…
Seems Uncle Donnie has recently taken a shine to the King of Pop; this particular missive was near the top of the Skwatzenschitz archive.Á‚ MJ could do worse than follow…
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…