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SIS 13 Dumbest Band Names according to Rollingstone.com
SIS 13 Dumbest Band Names according to Rollingstone.com
 
So couldn’t get to all of them and you can figure out why as you read below.
 
Dig the direct piece from RS.
http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/the-thirteen-dumbest-band-names-in-rock-history-20130701
 
Enjoy the playlist??? 
http://kisw.tunegenie.com/u/__znjWJ0YSSKBC2kr2EE2Yg/sis-rs-13-dumbest-band-names/
 
THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA “LOUDER THAN THUNDER”
 
NATALIE PORTMAN’S SHAVED HEAD “IGNIGION REMIX”
 
TOAD THE WET SPROKET “WALK ON THE OCEAN”
 
DOGS DIE IN HOT CARS “I LOVE YOU ‘CAUSE I HAVE TO”
 
CHERRY POPPIN’ DADDIES “ZOOT SOOT RIOT”
 
PANIC! AT THE DISCO “LYING IS THE MOST FUN A GIRL”
 
HOOBASTANK “THE REASON”
 
DAVE MATTHEWS BAND “CRASH INTO ME”
 
DALE EARNHEART JR. JR. “IF YOU DIDN’T SEE ME”
 
ANDERSON BRUFORD WAKEMAN HOWE “THEMES”
 
THE BEATLES “LUCY IN THE SKY W DIAMONDS”
 
 
The Thirteen Dumbest Band Names in Rock History
 
 
Hoobastank, Dogs Die in Hot Cars, Panic! At the Disco
By ANDY GREENE
July 1, 2013 2:35 PM ET
It's not easy to pick a band name. After 60 years of rock & roll, everything has been taken. There's the Eagles and the Eagles of Death Metal, the Who and the Guess Who. There's Asia, Europe, Chicago, Boston and Kansas. If you want to pick a color and an animal, there's already White Lion and Whitesnake. If you like the word "wolf," get in line behind Wolfmother, Wolf Parade, We Are Wolves and Howlin' Wolf.
 
The 10 Most Annoying Rock Star Behaviors
 
All this said, there's simply no excuse for picking a truly horrid band name, and rock is littered with them. Here are 13 bands with horrible names. Please note we aren't saying these bands suck, just their names. That'll become abundantly clear when you see the last group on the list.
 
The Devil Wears Prada
This Ohio-based Christian metal band picked their name one year before the 2006 adaptation of the Lauren Weisberger novel hit the big screen, but it's still a stunningly stupid name for a group. It was already one of the most popular chick-lit books in years.That's like calling your band Jurassic Park in 1992 or Gone With the Band in 1938. The group swears they picked it only to signify that materialism and consumerism is the path to hell, but it just makes people think of Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway. It's frankly quite shocking no label or manager made them rethink the decision. It's also a wonder they weren't sued, but maybe it means every time they play, a group of women in their mid-30s line up thinking the movie is playing.
 
Natalie Portman's Shaved Head
The 2005 movie V for Vendetta wasn't quite the massive box office success the filmmakers were aiming for, but it did introduce the the world to the Guy Fawkes mask commonly used by the activist group Anonymous. It also gave a bunch of high school kids from Seattle a really, really bad idea for a band name. Natalie Portman has no hair in V for Vendetta, so they named their band Natalie Portman's Shaved Head. Against all odds, the band became pretty popular even though they were hobbled by this horrid name. In 2010, they came to their senses and changed their name to Brite Futures.
 
"We chose our band name on a whim when we were still in high school," they said in a statement.  "And 'Natalie Portman’s Shaved Head' has seen us through an unexpectedly amazing four years . . . But now it is summer once again, and time for a change. Also, it has recently come to our attention that our muse Ms. Portman is not so keen on us using her name in ours . . . so we feel it is time to move forward with a new name. We are Brite Futures."
 
The band broke up two years later. Turns out their futures weren't so brite.
 
Toad the Wet Sprocket
The guys on Wayne's World once made a list of singers and bands that sound like the male sex organ. High on their list, right near CeCe Peniston (I believe it even won), was Toad the Wet Sprocket. To be fair, the group took their name from a fictional band briefly mentioned in a Monty Python skit. But John Cleese finding some nonsensical/vaguely sexual name funny doesn't mean you have to spend nearly 30 years touring and recording as Toad the Wet Sprocket. That's not say they're a bad band. They just made a bad decision back in 1986 and are stuck with it forever. They could always change their name to Brite Futures. That name is free now.
 
Dogs Die in Hot Cars
Before we make fun of their name, let us say that this Scottish band has a very well-meaning lesson in their name: dogs do die in hot cars. Please, never leave your dog alone in a car for anything length of time over a couple of minutes. Cars get very hot in parking lots, even if you roll down the window. That comfortable, once air-conditioned vehicle becomes an oven. Please, please, please, don't leave your dog alone in a car.
 
Equally important, don't name your band Dogs Die in Hot Cars. It's a bummer. It reminds everyone their beloved dog will die one day, maybe even at their own hands. Babies die in hot cars, too. Even responsible parents sometime forget their kids are strapped to the car seat. It's just about the most horrible thing in the world, but it happens. We don't want to think about that while listening to music, either. This band should change their name to something more upflifting, like Dogs Love Long Walks or Dogs Enjoy Snausages.
 
Cherry Poppin' Daddies
Where to even begin with this one? Much like the simple fact that some dogs die in hot cars, some daddies do horrible things to their daughters. It's just about the most heinous act on the planet short of murder. It may be the last thing anyone wants to visualize when listening to music. Sure, the band took their name from an old blues record. Also, they don't specifically say whose cherries these daddies are popping, but it's (inadvertently) implied. That's enough said about this one.
 
A**l C**t
We aren't a bunch of prudes, but this one is a bit much. What exactly does this gross name even mean? Do they mean that someone they have labelled a "c**t" is acting in an a**l fashion? Are they describing some previously unimaginable hybrid female orifice? We don't know. Unsurprisingly, the Massachusetts grindcore band meant the name only as a joke on their first recording, but it somehow stuck. They've broken up a bunch of times since their formation in 1988, but somehow or another A**l C**t keeps coming back for more.
 
Panic! At the Disco
This Las Vegas emo band is on this list solely because of that oddly placed exclamation mark. It introduced the idea of creative punctuation into the music world. They hit right around the same time as Portugal. The Man, and they certainly paved the way for Fun. They dropped the exclamation mark in 2008 when they released the Beatles-inspired Pretty. Odd. The fans went absolutely bonkers, and the exclamation came back in 2009. Sadly, their large fan base didn't come back, though a faithful cult still remains.
 
Hoobastank
We generally don't have a problem with nonsense band names. Something about Depeche Mode, Duran Duran and even Kajagoogoo works. But Hoobastank is just too much. It sounds vulgar and gross, and the fact they usually stylize it as h∞bastank doesn't help matters. The band hasn't had a real hit since "The Reason" in 2003, but you can catch them this summer at McGuffy's in Dayton, Ohio or Mojoes in Joliet, Illinois.
 
Confrontation Camp
Here's a pro tip for everybody: when you're known for saying viciously anti-Semitic things, naming your band Confrontation Camp probably isn't a good idea. But that's exactly what Public Enemy's Professor Griff named his 2000 side project with Chuck D. For those who don't remember, Griff infamously told the Washington Times in 1989 that "Jews are responsible for the majority of the wickedness in the world." He said he learned about it in The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, a hoax book (loved by the Nazis) that didn't exactly paint African-Americans in the best light, either. The uproar from his comments caused a huge scandal and (temporarily) got him kicked out of Public Enemy. The whole thing had largely blown over by 2000, and few people raised a fuss when he named his band something that sounds awfully similar to "concentration camp." Still, it probably wasn't the best idea.
 
Dave Matthews Band
There are probably people with less exciting names in the world than Dave Matthews, but we've yet to hear about them. When Matthews formed a band in 1991, he could have called it anything. He didn't have to name it Dave Matthews Band to let everyone know he was in charge. Trent Reznor (a much cooler name than Dave Matthews) went with Nine Inch Nails, yet everyone knew he was the mastermind behind that group. But Dave Matthews went with the Dave Matthews Band, and forever we're stuck with it. I guess he's smart, though. There's no way anyone can fire him, though we imagine John Geils felt that way once too – until the J. Geils Band fired him last year. Poor guy.
 
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.
To clear up any confusion, Dale Earnhardt Sr. is a legendary NASCAR driver who died in a 2001 race. His son, Dale Earnhardt Jr., is an extremely successful NASCAR racer who's alive and well. Then there's Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. They're a Detroit indie pop group with a stupid name. "Living in Detroit, listening to sports-talk radio, you don't hear much about NASCAR, even though it's one of the most popular sports in the country," the group's Josh Epstein told ESPN. "It was interesting to put into indie rock the fear of this pop culture icon . . . I sent [Dale Earnhardt Jr.] an email explaining that we didn't intend to mock him . . . He was responded and was so nice and down-to-earth."
 
Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe
Many of the Seventies punk bands made fun of Emerson, Lake and Palmer for sounding like a law firm, but their name practically rolls off the tongue next to to Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe. To be fair, Yes members Jon Anderson, Bill Bruford, Rick Wakeman and Steve Howe were in a tough spot in 1988. They wanted to record a new album that got back to the prog roots of Yes, but the "Owner of a Lonely Heart" incarnation of the band owned the name. They couldn't exactly tour as No, so they combined all their last names. Prog fans knew they were getting four-fifths of the classic Yes lineup, and they actually sold a lot of concert tickets. About a year later, both versions of Yes teamed up for the dreadful Union album and everything was resolved. Now, only Howe is in the touring version of Yes. If he ever leaves, we could get the long-awaited reunion of Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe.
 
The Beatles
Before you start writing furious comments, stand back and think about this stupid band name. The Beatles is a dumb pun. That's all. They took the idea of naming themselves after an insect like the Crickets, but changed the spelling for a pun on musical beats. It's a simple as that. There's no deep hidden meaning. There's no wisdom here. Just a pun that might have provoked a very mild chuckle back in 1962. We accept it because we've heard it 50,000 times and they're the best group in history, but that doesn't mean they don't have a stupid name.
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Sit N Spin 10 Bands Gone Too Soon
Sit N Spin 10 Bands Gone Too Soon
 
So instrument maker Gibson compiled a list onit’s website of the 10 groups they feel “ended too soon.”.  Dig the list! (in no particular order)
 
Gibson for the full article
http://www2.gibson.com/News-Lifestyle/Features/en-us/10-Great-Bands-That-Ended-Too-Soon.aspx
 
Like what you heard? Dig on the playlist!
http://kisw.tunegenie.com/u/__znjWJ0YSSKBC2kr2EE2Yg/gibsons-10-groups-gone-too-soon/
 
 
 
FACES “WICKED MESSENGER”
 
J. GEILS BAND “GIVE IT TO ME”
 
MOTT THE HOOPLE “ALL THE WAY FROM MEMPHIS”
 
THE VELVET UNDERGROUND “I’M WAITING FOR THE MAN”
 
THE DOORS “L.A. WOMAN”
 
NEW YORK DOLLS “PERSONALITY CRISIS”
 
THE CLASH “LONDON CALLING”
 
NIRVANA “HEART SHAPED BOX”
 
ALICE COOPER BAND “I’M EIGHTEEN”
 
THE BEATLES “HELTER SKELTER”
 
Hello, Goodbye: 10 Great Bands That Ended Too Soon
Russell Hall
 
07.15.2013
Rock and roll groups disband for all sorts of reasons, of course, but sometimes a split occurs just when the band is at a creative peak, or when it clearly has more arrows in its musical quiver. Naturally, when fate intervenes (death, ill health, irreconcilable differences), there’s little to be done, but even then, thoughts persist about “what might have been.” Below are profiles of ten bands that might have evolved in interesting ways, had they not come to a premature end. Please let us know who we missed, in the comments section.
Faces
Faces
 
There’s a reason why fans continue to pine for a Faces reunion: simply put, the Rod Stewart-led group was one of the most lovable “bar bands” ever to set foot on stage. Of course, they didn’t actually play bars, but instead offered up ragged, R&B-based rock and roll that served as a template for such acolytes as The Replacements and the Black Crowes. “People loved us,” recalled Stewart, earlier this year. “I look back at pictures of the Faces now, and we’re all in a big heap in the middle of the stage, lying on top of one another. And that’s just halfway through the show!”
J. Geils Band
J Geils Band
 
The J.Geils Band was, for a time, America’s answer to the Rolling Stones. Frontman Peter Wolf’s vocal dynamism and charisma, paired with guitarist Seth Justin’s talent for crafting infectious R&B tunes, forged a winning combination on such tracks as “Give It to Me” and “Must of Got Lost.” The band achieved commercial success by moving toward a more pop-oriented sound in the early ‘80s, but the shift left the R&B-loving Wolf creatively dissatisfied. His departure brought the group to a premature end.
Mott the Hoople
Mott the Hoople
 
No band from the ‘70s British glam era exuded more genuine rock-muscle than Mott the Hoople did. Not long after David Bowie put a jolt in their career by giving them the glitter-anthem, “All the Young Dudes,” the group created an unduly overlooked masterpiece with their 1973 album, Mott. Unfortunately, the band splintered soon afterwards, with guitarist Mick Ralphs leaving to co-found Bad Company and main songwriter Ian Hunter forging a successful solo career.
Velvet Underground
Velvet Underground
 
Opinions vary about who invented punk rock, but no band brought more musical range and sophistication to the genre than the Velvet Underground did. In the second half of the ‘60s, as their rock and roll peers embraced flower power and psychedelia, the Velvets opted for gritty lyrical realism, superb songcraft and sonic landscapes that could turn on a dime between the beautiful and the abrasive. Lou Reed’s departure in 1970 effectively sealed their premature end.
The Doors
The Doors
 
After making one of the most spectacular debut albums in history, The Doors went on to create one of rock and roll’s most enduring catalogs. Nonetheless, one can’t help wondering what might have been, had singer Jim Morrison not died in the summer of 1971. “Most likely we would have combined film and music,” said Ray Manzarek, in 2011. “I wanted to make movies starring The Doors. There would also have been more ‘Riders on the Storm’-type material--jazzy stuff--along with, of course, kickass rock and roll.”
New York Dolls
New York Dolls
 
The New York Dolls invented neither punk nor glam rock, and yet no other band so successfully fused those genres. Emerging from the bowels of Manhattan in 1972, the group combined a love of trashy pop nuggets, Stones-like swagger and drag-queen decadence to create a unique style. Guitarists Sylvain Sylvain and Johnny Thunders led the musical charge with their loosely-locked streams of riffage. Surviving members David Johansen and Sylvain returned to the studio in 2009, but the original band disintegrated not long after making the prophetically-titled 1974 album,Too Much Too Soon.
The Clash
The Clash
 
Joe Strummer and Mick Jones were sometimes called the Lennon and McCartney of punk rock, and rightly so. Gloriously gifted songwriters, the Clash co-leaders expanded the parameters of the genre to include reggae, dub, rockabilly and elements of world music. In 1983, at the height of their commercial success, “the only band that mattered” splintered. “We were always battling with contradictions, but when we got big, we were faced with bigcontradictions,” remembered Jones, speaking to Gibson.com. “It was almost at the point of compromise. That was a big factor towards breaking up.”
Nirvana
Nirvana
 
Alternative rock could hardly be called “alternative” in the wake of Nirvana’s explosive success in the early ‘90s. Combining soaring pop melodies with searing riffs and a dark sonic overlay, the group appealed to both casual radio listeners and the disaffected. Thematically, Kurt Cobain’s bleak songs—rife with alienation--made him a spokesman for his generation in much the same way John Lennon had been a spokesman for his. The troubled songwriter’s death in 1994 forever consigned the band’s legacy to a small but brilliant body of work.
Alice Cooper
Alice Cooper
 
Alice Cooper has forged an impressive (and lengthy) career, but nothing in his solo work has ever matched the magic of the original Alice Cooper band. Friends since high school, the original quintet -- drummer Neal Smith, bassist Dennis Dunaway, guitarists Michael Bruce and Glen Buxton, and Cooper – crafted some of the greatest pop-rock anthems of the ‘70s. Fracturing in 1974, the band got its due more than 30 years later with a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction. “I think we were on our way to being like the American Rolling Stones, although in a bit of a different way,” Smith once said.
The Beatles
The Beatles
 
The Beatles weren’t simply great; they were phenomenal. Considering that it took them just eight short years to write and record the most monumental body of work in popular music, their accomplishments seem super-human. No other band has ever come remotely close to producing such an abundance of quality material in as short a period of time. Still, one can’t help but wonder what twists and turns their music might have taken, had they forged on together into the ‘70s—or even beyond.
 
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BIG THINGS!!!
BIG THINGS!!!
 
Now I know the Royal Baby happened and Sir Paul McCartney jammed with Nirvana Friday night………..
 
But this is the biggest news of em’ all!!
 
SPINAL TAP: They're Coming Back
Spinal Tap, the fictional heavy metal group created for director Rob Reiner's 1984 film, This Is Spinal Tap, will reunite next year in celebration of the film's 30th anniversary.
Exact details of the reunion have not been announced. The group last came together and toured in 2009.
Spinal Tap consists of Michael McKean ("David St. Hubbins"), Harry Shearer ("Derek Smalls") and Christopher Guest ("Nigel Tufnel").
 
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Pearl Jam preforms "Mind Your Manners" for 1st time live!
Pearl Jam preforms Mind Your Manners for 1st time live!
 
TOTALLY MY FAVORITE SONG RIGHT NOW! 
 

 PEARL JAM: No Need to Mind Their Manners in Canada

 
Pearl Jam played their new single, "Mind Your Manners," for the first time in concert Tuesday night at the Budweiser Gardens in London, Ontario. The song is off their new album, Lightning Bolt, which will be released on October 15th.
Pearl Jam play Wrigley Field in Chicago on Friday night, and then they're off the road until starting the Lightning Bolt tour on October 11th in Pittsburgh.
 
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SIS Billboards Summer Songs!
Sit N Spin Summer Songs!
 
Billboard.com released their list of the Top 30 Summer songs.  Peep the link below to check out 30-11!
http://www.billboard.com/articles/list/513566/top-30-summer-songs
 
As always dig on the playlist!
http://kisw.tunegenie.com/u/__znjWJ0YSSKBC2kr2EE2Yg/billboards-top-summer-songs/
 
 
 
10. "Summer Nights"
John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John
1978
Popular everywhere from bar mitzvahs to karaoke bars, "Summer Nights" is one of those great movie songs that appeal to everyone. Made famous by John Travolta and Olivia Newton Jones in the movie "Grease" in 1978, the legacy of Danny and Sandy's summer fling lives on in the faux-'50s tune that warmed up to the top five at the height of the disco era.
 
9
"Hot Fun In The Summertime"
Sly & The Family Stone
1969
With a mellow, funky horns and bassline and soulful vocals, Sly & the Family Stone's easy-going hit entered the Hot 100 the same month the group played the most iconic summer festival of all time, Woodstock. In the tune, each member expresses a line about what they love most about summer, however they all agree, "That's when I had most of my fun... those summer days." Particularly the summer days when you manage to be part of music history.
 
 
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"Surfin' U.S.A."
The Beach Boys
1963
Namechecking every popular surfing spot, The Beach Boys certainly did their research for summer jam "Surfin' U.S.A." They sang they'd be gone all summer, and hey, if they didn't make it back before school starts, "tell the teacher we're surfing." The song, a reworking of the tune from Chuck Berry's "Sweet Little Sixteen," reached the top five of the Hot 100 in 1963.
 
 
7
"Summertime"
DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince
1991
"This is the Fresh Prince's new definition of summer madness," rapped Will Smith before he was an international movie star back in 1991 when he was still the rapping cohort of DJ Jazzy Jeff and a newly-minted sitcom actor. Smith was giving props to their sample of Kool & the Gang's "Summer Madness," and that hook helped the duo earn a No. 4 peak on the Hot 100.
 
 
6
"Endless Summer Nights"
Richard Marx
1988
"Endless Summer Nights" finds Richard Marx waxing hopeful about a summer fling he wants to develop into more, despite his girl's resistance. This ballad must've done the trick, because he later married the woman he was on vacation with when he was inspired to write the song. "Endless Summer Nights" reached No. 2 on the Billboard charts in 1988.
 
 
5
"Surf City"
Jan & Dean
1963
"We're goin' to Surf City / 'cause its two to one" sing Jan and Dean of the girl-to-guy ratio that awaits them in some tasty beachside locale - that is, if their '30 Ford Wagon doesn't break down along the way. The surf rock track rode the airwaves to No. 1 on the Billboard charts in 1963.
 
 
4
"Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini"
Bryan Hyland
1960
Decades before Yoplait turned it into the soundtrack to a commercial about achieving your summer perfect beach body, in 1960 Bryan Hyland hit with this ode to one girl so shy about showing her daring two-piece swimsuit at the beach that she sat wrapped up in a blanket and then hid in the water until she turned blue.
 
 
3
"Wipe Out"
The Surfaris
1962
Summer anthems are often defined by the sing-a-long factor. Aside from the manic laugh and shriek of the song's title at the beginning, The Surfaris' "Wipeout" is the exception to the rule, with almost 3 minutes of surf-guitar instrumental magic and one of the most memorable drum beats of all time.
 
 
2
"Summer In The City"
The Lovin' Spoonful
1966
"All around, people lookin' half dead... But at night, it's a different world," sings John Sebastian of the Lovin' Spoonful, contrasting a New York summer's day with the vibrant nightlife of rooftops cats out looking for kitties he much prefers. "Summer in the City," complete with honking cabs and jackhammers, scored the band a No. 1 hit on the Hot 100 in 1966.
 
 
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"California Gurls"
Katy Perry feat. Snoop Dogg
2010
With an unabashedly synthy beat and breathy vocals about a "warm, wet and wild" place and the women you find there, how could Katy Perry's perfectly timed hit -- with a smooth assist from Snoop Dogg, not have beenthe top song of summer 2010? In fact the song was so huge, it leapt from No. 18 when we first published this chart in May 2010 to No. 1 just one year later, beating out over 50 years of other hot summer songs.
 
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Sup Pop’s Silver Jubilee!
Sup Pop’s Silver Jubilee!
 
They have released the set times, can’t wait for fun in the good ole’ G this weekend!!
 
I’m stoked for
Mudhoney
Greg Dulli
Brothers Of The Sonic Cloth (Tad Doyle’s amazeballs band! Who will be doing a TAD set!!)
Jack Endino’s Earthworm (Yes the same Endino’s Earthworm who will be part of Pain In The Grass!)
 
Full times and other details are found here!
 
http://silverjubilee.subpop.com/lineup
 
See you Saturday?
 
Jolene
 
Don’t know about you but I love my elder statesmen!
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SIS Top 10 Pearl Jam songs from Rolling Stone readers
SIS Pearl Jam
 
Rolling Stone conducted a poll from their readers for the Top 10 Pearl Jam Songs Of All Time!
 
Fitting as the band announced their North American tour yesterday! The tour wraps up December 6th at Key Arena! Tickets go on sale the 27th of this month!
 
Link up to PJ’s site for the complete tour listing and further details!
http://pearljam.com/news/0/1/21863/pearl_jam_announces_fall_2013_north_american_tour_dates
 
Dig the playlist of Pearl Jam songs!
http://kisw.tunegenie.com/u/__znjWJ0YSSKBC2kr2EE2Yg/top-10-pearl-jam-songs-from-rolling-stone-readers/
 
 
I would love to know what your Top 10 Pearl Jam songs are! So leave them for me in the comments section please!
 
 
10. PJ “ELDERLY WOMAN BEHIND THE COUNTER IN A SMALL TOWN”
 
9. PJ “BETTER MAN”
 
8. PJ “STATE OF LOVE AND TRUST”
 
7. PJ “EVEN FLOW”
 
6. PJ “REARVIEWMIRROR”
 
5. PJ “GIVEN TO FLY”
 
4. PJ “JEREMY”
 
3. PJ “YELLOW LEDBETTER”
 
2. PJ “ALIVE”
 
1.PJ “BLACK”
 
I wish I could give you more Pearl Jam news, but alas gotta keep my trap shut on it for a little while longer!
 
Hint there’s a countdown on their site, second hint, something will happen when that countdown is up!
 
http://pearljam.com/
 
For those of you who still haven’t seen Pearl Jam 20, here is the trailer. A most EXCELLENT watch to get primed for the tour and other things………
Jolene
 
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Queens Of The Stone Age! I want 5!
Queens Of The Stone Age!
 
I wanna order 5!
 
QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE: Tap Armisen for New Video
Queens of the Stone Age have enlisted the help of ex-Saturday Night Livecast member Fred Armisen for a new video.
Armisen has signed on to plug the new 8-gig USB flash drive/bottle opener version of …Like Clockwork. He appears in the video as "Ricky Chism," the long-haired spokesman of the band's Do Stuff Corporation.
 
I think a lot of us have been in meetings that started out like this!
 
 
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Pearl Jam tour!!!!!
Pearl Jam!!!!
 
PEARL JAM: Hitting the Road This Fall
As anticipated, Pearl Jam will be hitting the road this fall.
They've lined up two legs. Leg one runs from October 11th in Pittsburgh through their appearance at the Voodoo Music Experience in New Orleans the weekend of November 1st. The second leg starts November 15th in Dallas and wraps up December 6th in their hometown of Seattle.
Tickets go on sale July 27th.
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SIS 10 Songs you can do CPR to!
 
SIS 10 Songs you can do CPR to!
 
So we’re a little late but June was CPR Awareness Month.  They say you’re supposed to do CPR to the beat of “Stayin’ Alive” by the Bee Gees. But how about a few other songs that work!
 
The goal is 100 compressions per minute, which matches up almost perfectly with the songs rhythm.  Here are today’s SIS songs that clock in with about 100 beats per minute.
 
Peep and share the playlist to practice!
http://kisw.tunegenie.com/u/__znjWJ0YSSKBC2kr2EE2Yg/10-songs-to-do-cpr-to/
 
 
SIMON AND GARFUNKEL “CECILA”
 
THE BLACK CROWES “HARD TO HANDLE”
 
LYNYRD SKYNYRD “SWEET HOME ALABAMA”
 
JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE “ROCK YOUR BODY”
 
GLORIA GAYNOR “I WILL SURVIVE”
 
HANSON “MMMBOP”
 
CYNDI LAUPER “GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN”
 
THE ALL AMERICAN REJECTS “GIVES YOU HELL”
 
MARIAH CAREY “HEARTBREAKER”
 
QUEEN “ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST”
 
Check out the video to go over CPR! 
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