Freddie Mercury and Queen are the subject of this week’s Website of the Week as we feature this excellent Fansite. Find out more by listening to The 80s Lunchbox on The Cheese. It’s here every weekday between 12pm and 1pm.
Roxette‘s roots go back to 1979, but ten years later they would dominate the charts with their upbeat rock/pop hits and emotional ballads. We remember the duo who spanned the decades by making the great fansite/blog The Daily Roxette our Website Of The Week this week on The 80s Lunchbox (weekdays from midday) on The Cheese.
Our Website Of The Week on The 80s Lunchbox is Audioculture, a site which catalogues and celebrates New Zealand music. Find out more Monday to Friday at midday on The Cheese.
This week’s Website Of The Week celebrates the work of Split Enz and Crowded House, via the Frenz fansite. Tune into The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays from midday on The Cheese to find out more !
Howard Kasey and his band had success in the mid 70s with his catchy disco hits. They made a big comeback in 1983 with Give It Up and introduced themselves to another audience. We’ve made their Official Website our Website of the Week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays from midday on The Cheese.
Melbourne’s Pseudo Echo was formed in 1982 in the golden era of the New Romantic movement. Hits soon followed including a brilliant cover of the Lipps Inc song Funky Town in 1986. They are still pleasing their fans with appearances and new albums, the latest After Party being released late last year and we’ve made their Official Facebook Page our Website of the Week on The 80s Lunchbox (weekdays at midday).
The Electric Light Orchestra began in the 70s, but their run on the charts didn’t end in that decade with the Jeff Lynne led band having hits into the 80s. The ELO Fans Site is our Website of the Week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays from midday on The Cheese.
Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart first met in the 70s whilst members of The Tourists. When the pair split from the band to form The Eurythmics, the hits soon followed. We’ve discovered an excellent fan website dedicated to The Eurythmics which looks at both their band work and their solo projects. The Ultimate Eurythmics is our Website Of The Week all this week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays from midday on The Cheese.
Formed in New York in 1985, Salt-n-Pepa hit the big time with their first hit Push It . Find out what their up to these days by visiting their Official Site which is our Website of the Week on The 80s Lunchbox, where you can hear the greatest hits of the decade weekdays from midday.
The late Tom Petty began his musical career in the 70s. By the end of the 80s he had chalked up an impressive collection of hits as a group member, solo artist, collaborator and member of the supergroup The Travelling Willburys. We’ve made Tom’s Official Site our Website of The Week this week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays at midday on The Cheese.