Where Were These Rock & Roll Pioneers during the Height of the ’50s Nostalgia Craze?

Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison and Phil Everly all had major label releases in 1979.

Mayor McCheese and Zorro in ‘The Treasure of Don Diablo’ (Prologue)

Perhaps the greatest buddy adventure story never told.

The Adventures of Alfred and Bruce

Recently discovered footage shows Alfred as a young man.

List Update #3: Goonies ‘R’ Good Enough?

Wherein I listen to K-pop and take in a movie at an old insane asylum.

Progressive Rock Meets Indiana Jones: Roger Dean Artwork and Asia’s ‘Don’t Cry’

The video is one of the few examples of a Roger Dean fantasyscape making the leap to the small screen.

List Update #2: The Big Sleep

A couple of crime films, a couple of cocktails, and a healthy dose of Olivia Newton-John.

Otis! My Man!

The singer from the most famous toga party in moviedom was alive and well in the eighties. Sort of.

My Mr. T Mystery

How did the former bodyguard and Rocky III and A-Team star end up on stage with the Beach Boys?

The ’80s Rock & Roll Revival and How the Traveling Wilburys Took It to the Mainstream

Read about the Reagan-era successes of Carl Perkins, the Everly Brothers and so many more.

List Update #1: Rough and Rowdy Ways

I’ve started down the road toward a slightly less tedious existence.