That Was Then - This Is Now!
It is not my intention to pass judgement,
series and regard all of these
performances as great.
and the attitude of female
singers then...and now!
a boy in the 1950s and early 60s, most girls
looked, sounded and acted like Mary Stone,
teenage daughter on The Donna Reed Show
was greater emphasis on formality. When
people spoke they used indoor voices and
communicated more respectfully. Proper
manners, etiquette and decorum were
and enjoy a classic girl pop song
performed by one of my favorite
yestergirls... Shelley Fabares.
at home with her cat. By night, she sings
with The Anchor, a five-piece Denver-
based metalcore band. In this surreal
shot-at-home tutorial, Linzey Rae
shows us what's cookin' in her
we travel back in time to experience
the infectious smile, charming
personality and down home
goodness of Dolly Parton.
yielded two hit singles and brought the
up-and-coming country artist to the
attention of Porter Wagoner who
introduced Dolly on his television
Here's Dolly singing "Dumb Blonde, "
scored a top 3 hit in Norway (#5 in Finland)
with her debut single, the outrageous
bubblegum dance-pop ditty
"My Boobs Are OK."
get that way when I think about the
pop duo The Carpenters and how
Karen left us far too soon. In 1970
a cover of the Beatles' hit "Ticket
To Ride" became The Carpenters'
first single to reach the chart.
greatest and most beautiful
I bring you one of today's hottest singing
stars. Check out the look, the sound and
the attitude of Taylor Momsen, lead
singer of the hard rock band
The Pretty Reckless.