90s

June 17, 2020
Don Felder of the Eagles

Eagles “Hell Freezes Over” Record Review

The Eagles' first reunion tour was a full-on shock to music fans who never thought they would play together again. After they parted in 1980, Don Henley was categorical all along, stating that the band would get back together "when hell freezes over.” Apparently, everyone was wrong. On Nov. 8, 1994, they released “Hell Freezes Over.”
March 30, 2020

Behind VH1’s “Behind the Music”

On January 1, 1985, MTV’s parent corporation launched a new music video network aimed at building upon what the original music channel had created, but it focused on a slightly older demographic. When VH1 first came into existence, it was all about music videos and music related programming.
March 30, 2020

Death Imitates Art

I’ve always been a bit of a television aficionado. Oh, who am I kidding? That’s a euphemism. I am a TV addict. I (and my parents) certainly know I spent far too many hours watching it in my youth when I should have been engaged in more constructive pursuits,
March 13, 2020

Grosse Pointe Blank”: A Musical Score for Generation X

Set in 1996, the movie is the story of an assassin who returns to his 10-year high school reunion in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. Cusack stars as Martin Q. Blank, who sets out to win back his high school sweetheart Debi Newberry...