Two seriously iconic 80s bands – Blondie and Devo – have announced they will be co-headlining a 13-date tour this September. They’ll play in major cities including Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston and San Francisco. If you’re an 80s-music lover you won’t want to miss the chance to see the great Deborah Harry and the eccentric Mark and Bob Mothersbaugh in the same show! September 7 Woodinville, WA – Chateau Ste.
Posts From Jenna (Contributing Author to The Great 80s)
That crazy 80s hair metal band, Twisted Sister, is back! And they’ve hooked up with Hornitos Tequila to run one of the raddest competitions I’ve seen in ages – you can win a trip to New York to star in a remake of the video for Twisted Sister’s most famous song, We’re Not Gonna Take It! The competition is for Cinco De Mayo, and the new video will be a
80s mega star singer Whitney Houston has been found dead, aged 48, in Beverly Hills, California. Whitney was one of the biggest selling artists of the decade, with 7 number 1 hits, and more in the 90s when she also dabbled in acting. Whitney married RnB star Bobby Brown in 1992 and though it seemed at first to be a magical pairing, by the late 90s it became clear that
You’ve likely seen that the Star Wars prequel trilogy has been released theatrically in 3D this year. I don’t know too many people who love the prequels, but the great news is that George Lucas has confirmed that the original trilogy will be released in 3D too! That includes arguably the 2 best Star Wars movies in existence, the Empire Strikes Back (1980) and the Return of the Jedi (1983).