Remembering Jermaine Stewart (September 7, 1957-March 17, 1997)
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On this day in 1978, Teddy Pendergrass, the former lead singer of Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes, set out to promote his latest album ‘Life Is A Song Worth Singing’ by performing a concert for women only. (Thisdayinmusic.com)
“You low down HEATHEN!”
“You fish-eyed FOOL!”
“You’ve got the DEVIL in you!”
On this day in 1957, American Bandstand first aired on US TV. Dick Clark had replaced Bob Horn the previous year when the show was still called Bandstand, Clark went on to host the show until 1989. Countless acts appeared on the show over the years, including Abba, The Doors, Talking Heads, Madonna, Otis Redding, R.E.M. and Pink Floyd. (This Day in Music.com)
I can’t even front, Jessica Johnson has definitely upped the ante with this offering here in the promo game. What a unique way to have folks hit up your Facebook Fan Page. So it sorta went like this: I got the video because I subscribed to Jessica’s You Tube page. I read the title and said hmmm, press play, listened to the goodness that emanated from the speakers and headed over to her Facebook Page and immediately hit that like button.
Now if that’s not a 2011 interaction I don’t know what is? No five spins every hour from the Kisscalade, nope none of that.
A great article posted by a great friend to GFM! Here is the direct link to the original blog post.
Posted by Kaniele on Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Why would you sign up for Ping?? That’s the question that lots of Apple and iTunes users have been asking in addition to artists. Ping is Apple’s version of Facebook/Twitter that allows people to network on their iTunes platform. The idea seems lofty; people are heavily using the other sites currently. To add another network would be to build up your followers all over again. Apple however has the benefit of being the proprietor of the largest record store on the planet. That power can be a blessing and a curse. (more…)