Aw geez, I have no doubt of the first review. I have plenty for the second. Canning a "we beat the nazies" Who ever did?
In retrospect, pretty damn classy.
Bad music brings out bad musical fans. What do you expect?
Two ESSENTIAL Johnny Winter discs: Johnny Winter And + Johnny Winter And - Live.
Wow... I will BE there, Brother John!
Paul Rodgers - one of the greatest rock vocalists of all time, even though not nearly well-known enough in the States. He even toured as vocalist with none other than Queen (!) quite recently. He is featured on so many "tribute" albums that he might as well claim some of the original tunes as his own. Of course, he has also been slagged for having quite the Grand Ego that was likely responsible for Free's untimely demise... Still, too bad he didn't perform this latest stuff locally. Pro'ly knew that no one would show up around here...
I appreciate Judge Mathis and what he is doing. I was wondering Judge Mathis if you would consider assisting the Richmond Police Dept in Calif or sending them so information about solving cold cases? My brother was murdered in 2001 and as of today nothing has been done, I am not saying they are not doing anything .......just not sure of what they are doing.....just saying and not only that my nephew was murdered and ...sometime I just want to hear something has been resolved..
what a dream....
Just saw this write up about the event. All the videos from the album in order can be found at:
If you or your friends are having trouble writing press releases, you can contact the Memphis Music Resource Center. They are glad to help with the basics.
PS - Your music might be terrible. But that's not my job.
@stilljustasbad, yeah, let's see, I just scrolled back through local video postings/show plugs in the LAST WEEK. They include BoKeys, Superwitch, Cello Fury, Small Black, Dream Team, Grid, Hunter's Paradise, Loser Vision, No Bunny, Moving Finger, Buldgers, Toxie, Trampoline Team, Nights Like These, Crawldown, and Holy Gallows.
Sorry we missed your band, you clueless douche.
Great job not posting any videos from other Memphis bands that had events in the last month. Great job Flyer, great jon. Typical...
That makes me very very happy. Thanks, super sleuth!
naw, it doesn't affect us, we are bullet-proof.
What parent tells that to their child?!!!!!!!!!
Follow up: Obviously the 2nd sign at Alabama IS Dana.
That's not Dana, it's this girl http://www.ryot.org/ole-miss-coed-destroys-166-years-university-marketing-one-video/426669. I saw the sign at the LSU/Ole Miss game.
PG-who gives a damn.
Any kid at any time, huh?
Judge Mathis does seem to be more concerned with justice, than another "local celebrity judge", who seems to be consumed with other things. Just sayin'.
I understand the need and usefulness of "CrimeStoppers" but until our communities understand their "duty" to the community without remuneration, crime will be a difficult nut to crack.
I really love the 1st airing. I was literally in tears with the family as if I was a part of them. Families need closure and who murdered the young lady and her son. I give the show 2 thumbs up. My condolences to the loved ones and friends.
I am glad to see another show that shows unsolved crimes. I am also seeking help with my All Points Bulletin TV show that I am trying to get produced. I lost my husband of 20 years back in 2001 and the case is cold. APBTV is looking to reopen cold cases from every genre of crimes. The families need closure and someone needs to in jail for the thousands of crimes that are unsolved.
in my heart I just know that the king is still alive.i always felt that.i never did get to meet this awesome person.but maybe I will one day.i would give anything in the world to meet him.my name is lynette coupel from praireiville,la.and I hope that he reads this.elvis is still alive.yes indeed he is.he always will be too in my heart.i always listen to his music all of the time.on my computer.my most favorite song by elvis is you were always on my mind.the king lives on.thanks lynette coupel.from baton rouge,la.
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