STEVIE WONDER RUMORS

TAKE: Joel Embiid Should’ve Only Sacrificed His Knee for a Better Singer, Millennials Can’t Dance

This here is a topic on SportsNation today. LZ Granderson: Look, there’s a list of like 10-15 artists that you can go on stage for and risk your knee and your health and actually have fans not be mad at and you’ll be okay Amin: Bette Midler. LZ: Bette Midler, you know? Marcellus: Better Midler! Stop playin’. LZ: That’s a pretty good one. This is not worth taking a bullet...
Via Crossing Broad
15 hours ago

Grab your cassette tape, old school Grammy winning songs we’re still listening to

Songs that we can't help but turn up the radio and belt them out whether we are at home, at the gym, or in the car. We embarrass ourselves at karaoke and try to share these relics with younger generations so they can appreciate different kinds of music, you know, back when our music was cool. 
28 days ago  |  Discuss

The 20 best and worst Grammy moments

The Grammy Awards have been delighting and infuriating music fans for almost sixty years. Along the way, the broadcast has provided viewers with many memorable moments evoking a range of emotions from joy, sorrow, amusement and thorough bafflement. Here are some of the peaks and valleys from Grammys gone by. 
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Ranking every Super Bowl halftime show ever

At a certain point, the Super Bowl became less about football and more about the other parts of the game. Sure, crowning a champion at the end of a long season is nice, but the game has become known for other aspects as well.Much like the quality of play, Super Bowl halftime shows have evolved from humble beginnings to 15-minute mini concerts with some of the world's brightest entertainers...
January 10, 2017  |  Discuss

NBA legend Darryl Dawkins dead at age 58

NBA legend Darryl Dawkins, nicknamed “Chocolate Thunder” by Stevie Wonder for his strong dunking abilities, died this morning at age 58. No cause of death has been released. Standing 6-foot-11 and weighing 251 pounds, Dawkins was selected fifth overall by the Philadelphia 76ers right out of Orlando’s Maynard Evans High School in the 1975 NBA Draft. His strength inside and...
Via Campus Sports Net
August 27, 2015  |  Discuss

RIP Chocolate Thunder: Darryl’s Best Dunks To Celebrate A BBall Legend

Darryl Dawkins aka “Chocolate Thunder” (given that nickname by Stevie Wonder) died this afternoon. Check out this awesome interview where...
Via COED
August 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Stevie Wonder, Cody Simpson, to open Special Olympics games

LOS ANGELES (AP) Stevie Wonder, Cody Simpson and Avril Lavigne are some of the stars who will perform during next month's opening ceremony of the Special Olympics World Games, organizers announced Thursday. The July 25 ceremony will also feature appearances by actress Eva Longoria, comedian Jimmy Kimmel and athletes Yao Ming and Michael Phelps in a ceremony created by the production...
Via Associated Press
June 18, 2015  |  Discuss

An Examination: Is Mark Reynolds Blind?

October brought us the truthers’ case against Stevie Wonder being blind. It’s an interesting read and some of the points do at least make you bend an eyebrow. But at the end of the day, Mr. Wonder is probably blind. Little did we know, until @Daniel_Doelling pointed it out on Twitter, that a much more interesting story was published nearly 2 years ago examining if Mark Reynolds...
Via Cardinals Diaspora
December 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Jam it or Cram it: Middle Infield Mashup

As a former radio geek that tired of the shallow money trench and the playing of “Free Bird” for the 7,432 time, I’m a fan of taking those radio hits and mashing them up beyond recognition. Take a couple of things that don’t belong together like Metallica and Stevie Wonder, throw them in the blender and you get something sad but superstitious.The post Jam it or Cram it:...
Via Razzball
March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

The Beatles US Albums versus The Capitol Sound

When the release was first announced, I idly wondered why the Beatles called the new box set the “U.S. Albums” when there were already two volumes out there called “The Capitol Albums,” which consisted of their American releases in 1964 and 1965. Why wouldn't they just call the new release the “Capitol Collection”?Unless...Unless there was some sort of fundamental change...
Via Sporadic Sentinel
February 19, 2014  |  Discuss
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