Once the lead singer of Genesis, Peter Gabriel’s disappearance from the limelight didn’t last long when he released Games Without Frontiers in 1980 and continued his success. Check out his Official Website, it’s the Website Of The Week this week on The 80s Lunchbox, midday Monday to Friday on The Cheese.
Tina Turner’s career in the late 60s and early 70s with husband Ike would have been a proud acheivement for most artists. But a split with Ike sparked a relaunch of her career in 1983 with the release of her smash hit album Private Dancer. Our Website Of The Week this week looks at her . . . → Read More: Tina – Simply The Best In The 80s
Forget Will Smith, if you’re an 80s buff then the term Men In Black will relate to the band with a portfolio stretching from 70s punk to exotic ballads – The Stranglers. Whether you like their harder edge or you melt when you hear their greatest hit Golden Brown, you must check out one of . . . → Read More: The First Men In Black !
Owl City “Umbrella Beach”
1 California Gurls Katy Perry feat. Snoop Dogg Capitol/EMI 2 Billionaire Travis McCoy feat. Bruno Mars WEA/Warner 3 Cooler Than Me Mike Posner SonyMusic 4 Love The Way You Lie Eminem feat. Rihanna Universal 5 Takes Me Higher J.Williams feat. Dane Rumble IllegalMusik/Warner 6 Young Blood The Naked And Famous SomewhatDamaged/Universal 7 Airplanes B.O.B. . . . → Read More: NZ Top 10 Singles – 05.07.10
We had some late night visitors to our studios. Bacon anybody? 🙂
Eddie Van Halen, his powerful guitar riffs, his big hair (!) seem to sum up the 80s era of power rock. Relive those days by visiting the Official Van Halen Website. It’s our Website Of The Week on The 80s Lunchbox. You’ll hear Van Halen and many more of your 80s favourites weekdays from midday . . . → Read More: Rocking With Eddie