Category Archives: Video “Q”sings
Well, it’s been a while since I posted anything on my list. I thought this might happen, but I thought it would have happened several times and not just one extended break. I know it coincided with the continuous grass … Continue reading
My next selection is, “Arrivals and Departures” by Phil Ayoub. Wow! Another “Phil” makes my List to join Phil Lee! Two Phils! Two Dutch bands! Go figure! The album was released in 2010—although I only started listening to it a … Continue reading
When I first started at WHFR, I thought I knew new music. I always purchased music by bands I didn’t know. The weekly ads from Best Buy, Target, and Circuit City were my road map. Now I was also smart … Continue reading
“All Your Favorite Bands” by Dawes (Philby Album Award Winner) https://philmaq.com/philbys/2016-philby-album-award-winners/ is another album that starts right off with a great hook and then continues to supply them all the way through the album! This is Day 5 of my … Continue reading
I don’t know how, but apparently, my name is out there for new artists to send me video links. Years ago, when I had more time and when music videos were more readily available on a consistent basis, I even … Continue reading
Eddy Mitchell’s “Quelque Chose a Change”: A Very Good Video for Today’s Fiftieth Anniversary of the Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.!!!
French “big band” artist, Eddy Mitchell has a very moving video for his song “Quelque Chose a Change!” (It means something has changed!) I stumbled upon this song and played it on my show today. I think the video deserves … Continue reading
Celebrate International Women’s Day With Three Wonderful Women: Wendy Webb, Alison Krauss, and Deni Bonet!!!
Today is International Women’s Day so I thought I would add a blog post with three incredible female artists! First up is Wendy Webb and her version of Bob Dylan’s, “Girl From the North Country.” It’s a track from her … Continue reading
That’s a pretty bold statement! To some who follow and appreciate both, it may even be blasphemous. How can you compare the likes of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr—all of whom were musicians and played their … Continue reading
After looking at arguably Detroit’s worst moment in history, it’s time to look at the present and the future with positive vibes! Any artist will tell you that they’re always looking for a good song, if not a great song. … Continue reading