Stevie Wonder

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This week’s Spotlight segment focuses on one of the greatest voices of all time… legendary Motown artist, Stevie Wonder!    

Hotel California

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This week’s Spotlight segment features “Hotel California” – the controversial rock song by The Eagles.  We try to explain the lyrics and put to rest a few of the rumors about the iconic song.

Neil Diamond

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In this edition of the Spotlight we share some fun facts about legendary singer, Neil Diamond.  From his childhood days in Brooklyn to sold out shows even in his 70′s, Diamond is still one of the most popular entertainers in the world.

Patsy Cline

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As her career was just hitting the high mark – she was killed in a plane crash at age 30.  Patsy Cline is one of the most beloved voices in American music.  She was a pioneer for women in the music business. Patsy Cline was the subject of this week’s Trivia Night Spotlight segment.   […]

The Beach Boys

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So many great songs.  So many great memories.  The Beach Boys are an American classic.  From Surfin’ Safari to California Girls, their hits are numerous.   Enjoy this week’s edition of “The Spotlight”.  

It’s A Wonderful Life

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You’ve seen it countless times each holiday season but do you know all of the behind the scenes stories and interesting facts about the production of It’s A Wonderful Life? In this edition of the Spotlight – you’ll learn about the classic Jimmy Stewart Christmas film and watch the movie a bit different  next time. […]

Conway Twitty

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We all remember the music our parents played as we rode along as kids in the back seat of the car.  My Dad always had a cassette of country music legend Conway Twitty ready to go in the house or in the tape deck in the car.  Numbers don’t lie – he was an incredible […]

Paul Simon

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He started singing in 4th grade and would become half of one of the most famous duos in musical history with Simon’s first musical hero, Art Garfunkle. In his solo career, Paul Simon had hit songs like You Can Call Me Al, Mother & Child Reunion, 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover and Kodachrome.

Smokey Robinson

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Smokey Robinson is the man to thank for spreading soul music around the world.  His early efforts to help start Motown and incredible song writing makes him one of the greatest talents we’ve ever had.  Chances are he’s written a song you know and love.  From My Girl to Tears Of A Clown, he’s written […]

Roy Orbison

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An unlikely sex symbol in his day, especially considering he dressed like an insurance salesman.  Roy Orbison won over fans of all ages with his incredible voice and great song writing.  Elvis said he was the greatest singer in the world.  He once had 14 encores while opening up for The Beatles.  He was one […]

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