…. is hearing all your 80’s favourites on The 80s Lunchbox of course ! This week The Cure are just what the Doctor ordered and we prescribe a visit to their Official Website as our Website Of The Week. Find out more weekdays from midday on The Cheese.
They were originally called Smile and their lead singer almost adopted the name Larry Lurex ! Luckily Freddie Mercury and the boys settled on Queen and kept their hold on the charts from the 70s onwards. We remember their contribution to 80s culture this week on The 80s Lunchbox by making one of the best . . . → Read More: Queen – Pop Icons Into A 5th Decade
Def Leppard crossed over into the top 40 with their brand of rock music which appealed to die hard fanatics as much as hit buyers. We pay tribute to the band from Yorkshire, England this week by making their Official Website our Website Of The Week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays from midday on The . . . → Read More: Def Leppard – Rocking The 80s
They convinced us in the 80s that it was Hip To Be Square and their mix of soft rock with catchy melodies made Huey Lewis And The News a popular choice. We’ve Made their Official Website our Website Of The Week this week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays from midday on The Cheese.
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When Shona Laing appeared on talent show New Faces in 1972, it was inevitable the New Zealand born singer/songwriter was in for a promising career. Shona’s career included ten great albums spanning the decades and we celebrate her work by making her Official Website our Website Of The Week on The 80s Lunchbox. Find . . . → Read More: Shona – Hitmaker Through The Decades
The Gibb Brothers success spanned the decades from the 60s to the present day, although it’s been far from an easy ride for the Bee Gees. The tragic early deaths of Andy and Maurice Gibb robbed the world of two unique talents. Maurice and Andy are remembered with a mixture of poetry, rare interviews and . . . → Read More: Celebrate The Bee Gees Music Legacy
The Pet Shop Boys was a union of a music journalist and electronic music guru and Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe stormed the charts in the 80s with their unique style. We celebrate them this week by making one of the best unofficial sites Absolutely Pet Shop Boys our Website Of The Week this week . . . → Read More: Absolutely Neil and Chris
They started off the 80s with Brass In Pocket and no doubt had plenty of it by the end of their most successful decade ! We celebrate The Pretenders on The 80s Lunchbox as their Official Website becomes our Website Of The Week. Tune in weekdays from midday to find out more on The Cheese.
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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
It’s hardly surprising that former Queen front man Freddie Mercury has a dedicated fan base. One such fan has put together a unique website called Mr Mercury which impressed us so much we made it our Website Of The Week this week on The 80s Lunchbox. Pay the site a visit and you’ll see what . . . → Read More: Freddie’s No 1 Fan ?