May 25 in Pop Culture History

May 25 in Pop Culture History

1878 – Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic opera H.M.S. Pinafore opened at the Opera Comique in London.

1935 – At Forbes Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Babe Ruth hit his 714th (and final) home run.

1961 – President John F. Kennedy declared “I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to …

Aerosmith Postpone Las Vegas Residency, Steven Tyler Enters Rehab

Steven Tyler Aerosmith

The singer voluntarily decided to “concentrate on his health and recovery”

Steven Tyler Aerosmith
Steven Tyler of Aerosmith [Matt Bishop Photo]

Aerosmith have postponed the start of their upcoming Deuces Are Wild Residency in Las Vegas. Singer Steven Tyler recently had foot surgery to prepare for the upcoming shows, but relapsed while exercising pain management, the band announced Tuesday. Tyler has since voluntarily entered a treatment facility to “concentrate on his health and recovery.”

Read the band’s full …

May 24 in Pop Culture History

May 24 in Pop Culture History

1775 – John Hancock was elected president of the Second Continental Congress.

1830 – Mary Had a Little Lamb by Sarah Josepha Hale was published.

1844 – Samuel F.B. Morse sent the first public telegraph message – ‘What Hath God Wrought?’ through the Washington-to-Baltimore telegraph line.

1883 – The Brooklyn Bridge over the East River opened, connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn.

1935 – The Cincinnati Reds beat the Philadelphia Phillies …

Be Sure To Check Out ‘George Carlin’s American Dream’ For A Look Into The Brilliant Mind Of One Of Comedy’s Greatest

George Carlin is one of the greatest comics to ever grace the stage. The stand up comic lived a roller coaster of a life when it came to stand up comedy and social commentary. His jokes are still talked about to this very day by other comedians, and he is one of the pillars of comedy.

In fact many of his jokes on society have been made into popular memes on social media.  Carlin was …

Bruce Springsteen And The E Street Band Announce 2023 World Tour

The trek kicks off next February

Bruce Springsteen live
Bruce Springsteen [Danny Clinch]

Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band are back. After a lengthy hiatus, The Boss and the E Street Band will return to the road next February. It is the group’s first tour since 2017. The world tour kicks off with a string of to-be-announced US arena dates, followed by European stadium shows beginning on April 28 in Barcelona and a second North American tour …

Candy Stands Out as Hulu’s Best True Crime Series Yet

Jessica Biel Takes Audiences Inside the Twisted Mind of a Cheating Wife and a Killer

From The Dropout to The Girl From Plainville Hulu has delivered a variety of female-centric true crime shows usually with a memorable actress at the forefront.

Amanda Seyfried disappeared into corrupt CEO Elizabeth Holmes in The Dropout while Elle Fanning took on the portrayal of teen Michelle Carter in The Girl From Plainville. Now, Jessica Biel stars as Candy Montgomery

May 23 in Pop Culture History

May 23 in Pop Culture History

1701 – Scottish-born sea captain William Kidd was hanged on the banks of the Thames after being found guilty of piracy and murder.

1911 – The New York Public Library was dedicated.

1920 – Joan of Arc was canonized by Pope Benedict XV.

1922 – Abie’s Irish Rose (Broadway Play) Opened on May 23, 1922 and Closed: October 1, 1927

1934 – Bank robbers Bonnie and Clyde were shot …

May 22 in Pop Culture History

May 22 in Pop Culture History

1455 – England’s War of the Roses began when the Yorkists defeated King Henry VI’s Lancastrian forces at St. Albans.

1849 – Abraham Lincoln was issued a patent (#6,469) for “buoying boats over shoals”.

1906 – Orville and Wilbur Wright were granted a patent (#821,393) for their system of flight control.

1927 (Earthquake) Gulang/Gansu, China

1933 – First modern sighting of the Loch Ness Monster by Aldie and John …

May 21 in Pop Culture History

May 21 in Pop Culture History

1863 – Organization of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Battle Creek, Michigan.

1955 – George B. Hansburg of Walker Valley, N.Y. was issued a patent (#2,793,036) for his invention of an improved pogo stick.

1975 – Carol Burnett was added to the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

1977 – Gemini (Broadway Play) Opened on May 21, 1977 and Closed: September 6, 1981

1977 # 1 Hit May 21, 1977 – …

Check Out The First Eight Minutes Of The New Season Of Stranger Things

We have been waiting long enough for the return of Stranger Things.  On May 27th the hit series returns to Netflix with season 4. But just in case you can’t wait till the premiere date, Netflix has gifted us with the first eight minutes of the new season, and it looks like a bloody good time.

There were many questions left to be answered at the end  last season. And watching the trailers this upcoming …

Fame On Fire Announce New Album, Premiere “Cut Throat” Music Video

Fame on Fire

The band’s sophomore LP arrives in July

Fame on Fire
Fame on Fire

Florida rockers Fame on Fire are announcing the release of their upcoming sophomore album Welcome To The Chaos. The record is due out on July 22 via Hopeless Records. The band has also unleashed another track from the album “Cut Throat.” Stream the official music video below.

The band’s forthcoming LP showcases their musical progression and songwriting. Lyrically, it touches on topics such as addiction, …

May 20 in Pop Culture History

May 20 in Pop Culture History

1873 – Levi Strauss and Jacob W Davis patented (#139,121) copper-riveted jeans, designed to help prevent tears in the fabric.

1883 – Krakatoa began to erupt; the volcano exploding three months later, killing more than 36,000 people.

1899 – The American Physical Society was founded at Columbia University.

1901 – Claude Grivolas patented (French) a projector for three-dimensional (stereoscopic) movies viewed wearing spectacles with one red and one blue …