Category: music

Boys Town Gang

Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You This was the best 4 minutes of my day.

Derek Webb- A Savior On Capitol Hill Video Awesome. Just… Awesome.


A good friend of mine from college started a vlog a while back and introduced “Dramatic Reading Wednesday”, where he recites lyrics from ridiculous songs in a very earnest and sincere way. Only Craig can make it as funny as it is. I requested… Continue Reading “Milkshake”

Top Ten Romantic Song Lines

10.) I look to the time with you to keep me awake and alive 9.) So we build/We build/We clear away what was and make room for what will be/If you hold the nails, I’ll take the hammer/I’ll hold it still, if you’ll climb… Continue Reading “Top Ten Romantic Song Lines”

New posts are coming, I promise. In the meantime, for all you music people out there… And if you think of it, say a prayer for my brother – He broke his ankle yesterday. A farmer has a hard time not being on his… Continue Reading “”

Ice, Ice by Richard Cheese

This makes me laugh. I used to know a guy who could recite all the words of this song (not this version) in less than 60 seconds. It was a sight to behold, watching someone’s lips move that fast. I wonder whatever happened to… Continue Reading “Ice, Ice by Richard Cheese”

OK Go – Here It Goes Again Hee!

Pop Culture Quote Monday

The guys at work have this thing with me – they are always quoting something, usually movies, to get me to guess where the quote is from. Today the quote was from The Jerk, which I didn’t know and it killed me. And all… Continue Reading “Pop Culture Quote Monday”

So Much Music, So Little Time

A plethora of great music is emerging from the world as of late, and I cannot help but wonder if it’s a direct result of the death of the CD. We live in a world of down-loadable singles, and unless each and every song… Continue Reading “So Much Music, So Little Time”

Is the commercial jingle a thing of the past?

Has anyone else noticed this? About a month ago, while washing dishes and listening to the TV in the other room, I noticed I was hearing a lot of familiar songs. Once I noticed, I couldn’t help it. Each time a commercial break come… Continue Reading “Is the commercial jingle a thing of the past?”