Is there anyone out there that doesn’t like Level 42 ? They had a string of feel good hits during the 80s and were led by unassuming guy next door Mark King, a lead singer and bass player who reportedly had his thumb insured for a lot of money ! We celebrate Level 42 by making one of their best fansites our Website Of The Week this week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays at midday on The Cheese.
At the end of the 80s ! We’re talking about Bros of course and a fansite by Brosgal devoted to the Goss Twins and Craig Logan is our Website Of The Week all this week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays from midday on The Cheese.
Wasn’t everyone in the 80s mad about Kim Wilde ? We’re all Kim Wilde fans here at The Cheese and on the 80s Lunchbox we’ve made her official fan site our Website Of The Week. From her pop stardom days of the early 80s to her present day activities as a TV presenter/gardening expert, you’ll find Wilde Life the one stop shop for all things Kim ! Find out more weekdays from midday on The Cheese.
Synthpop pioneers New Musik could be described as one of the most underated bands of the 80s. Their sound was often experimental, but always commercial. New Musik left their mark on the music world with many bands seeking out the man behind the unique sound and leader Tony Mansfield went on to become a sucessful producer for a diverse selection of 80s acts. Up until recently, it was virtually impossible to find out information about the guys behind New Musik until the arrival last month of a new fansite which leaves no stone unturned, which is why it’s our Website Of The Week this week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays from midday on The Cheese.New Musik – This World Of Water
Fleetwood Mac have had several changes of personnel since the 60s and the addition of Stevie Nicks in the 70s certainly benefited from her songwriting and vocal contributions. Celebrate Stevie’s solo and group work by visiting our 80s Lunchbox Website Of The Week this week called Rooms On Fire. Find out more on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays from midday on The Cheese.
Bon Jovi fansite web designer Diane must rank as the number one fan of the rock band Bon Jovi. Visit her site and you’ll realise why we’ve made it our Website Of The Week all this week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays from midday on The Cheese.
Back in the 80s, there seemed to be a good supply of girl bands featuring members who were nifty with their instruments and The Bangles were no exception. The 80s Lunchbox Website Of The Week this week features an unofficial tribute site to the band who had hits with Walk Like An Egyptian and Manic Monday. Hear more on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays from midday until 1.0pm on The Cheese.
Phil Collins started his career in Genesis and went on to even more success in the 80s as a solo artist which is why we feature a fansite devoted to Phil as our 80s Lunchbox Website Of The Week this week on The Cheese. Tune in Monday to Friday from midday to find out more !
She was great in the 60s as part of a duo with her then husband Ike, but she was Simply The Best in the 80s as a solo artist. This week we celebrate the work of Tina Turner on The 80s Lunchbox with a UK based fansite dedicated to her work. Check out Tina and other 80s pop icons on the 80s Lunchbox, weekdays from midday on The Cheese.
We celebrate the James Bond movies of the 80s on the 80s Lunchbox this week by featuring a Bond tribute site as our Website Of The Week. Check out the best of the 80s weekdays at midday on The Cheese.