Fats Domino Heads Off In Search Of The Great Blueberry Hill In The Sky And That Ain’t A Shame

by Richard Cameron Fats Domino (1928-2017) Antoine Dominique “Fats” Domino Jr., who passed late Tuesday at age 89, is one of those artists we can recognize for their contributions to the music scene that we don’t need to spend much time introducing.  His impact on pop music is imprinted on so many recordings and facets of pop culture that just mentioning one of his hits, defines the concept behind the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Domino remained in the footprint of New Orleans – in nearby Harvey, Louisiana; a…

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Just Like that Old Time Rock and Roll – But Not Really…

By Janice Barlow Maybe I am out of my element, but it seems that the pop culture of rock music has made a gradual shift downhill since the 1970’s and 1980’s. Various genres of popular rock music reached a cusp in past decades before becoming known as “classic rock“. People under the age of forty may wish to correct me, but hear me out first. Personally, the heavy metal spectrum never appealed to me, but I was not a fan of the soft and easy listening zone either. My ear was…

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