Hits with his band The Heartbreakers, as a member of The Traveling Wilburys or as a solo artist make Tom Petty a true master of great music. Tom is also the subject of our Website Of The Week this week on The 80s Lunchbox (weekdays at midday on The Cheese). Visit his Official Website soon !
Anyone who thought Paul McCartney would slip from the hit making limelight after the Beatles split must have been left red faced throughout the 70s and 80s as his work with Wings and as a solo artist proved. We celebrate the master of pop this week on The 80s Lunchbox by making Paul McCartney’s Official Website our Website Of The Week . Tune in weekdays at midday on The Cheese to hear Paul and plenty of your 80s favourites.
Tina Turner had a string of hits in the 60s and early 70s with former husband Ike. For many stars it would have all been over shortly afterwards. Not so for Tina who relaunched her career in 1984 with a hit album and so became an even bigger star on her second run. Tina Turner fans are most loyal and we make her fan club website our Website Of The Week this week on The 80s Lunchbox. Listen for more details, weekdays from midday on The Cheese.
Chrissie Hynde and her band The Pretenders brought guitar based melodic pop back in fashion in 1980 and lasted throughout the decade with an impressive selection of hits. We celebrate the band by making the excellent fan site The Pretenders Archives our Website Of The Week on The 80s Lunchbox. Tune in weekdays at midday for your favourite 80s hits on The Cheese.
The band formed in 1976 in New York which went on to have hits in the 70s, 80s and beyond are the subject of this week’s Website Of The Week on The 80s Lunchbox. Foreigner proved they could rock with the best of them as well as sing a mean ballad as Waiting For A Girl Like You became their most famous hit. Foreigner Online is their official home and it’s a must visit site ! The 80s Lunchbox is also a must listen and you’ll find all your 80s favourites weekdays from midday on The Cheese.
The band from Manchester, England, fronted by Mick Hucknall gets the VIP treatment this week on The 80s Lunchbox as we make one of the best fansites Redweb our Website Of The Week this week. Tune in weekdays from midday on The Cheese to find out more.
Jim Kerr and friends from Scotland formed Simple Minds and soon found themselves in the charts from the early 80s and continue to have a large following for their present day tours. On The 80s Lunchbox this week, we’ve made on of their best fan sites So Simple Minded our Website Of The Week. Tune in weekdays from midday on The Cheese to find out more.
They introduced us to new sounds using anything from sophisticated (for the time) synthesizers to toy Casio keyboards and they set the pace of the early 80s electronic pop era. This week we pay homage to Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark by making one of their great fan sites, Pat’s World Of OMD our Website Of The Week this week on The 80s Lunchbox. You can hear the best music from the 80s weekdays at midday on The Cheese.
Tina Turner was a respected soul artist of the 60s who returned to the charts in 1984 with the smash hit album Private Dancer and went from strength to strength. We celebrate Tina’s work by making the Belgian based Unoffical Fansite our Website Of The Week this week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays at midday on The Cheese.
Jody Watley and Jeffrey Daniel brought their own brand of melodic soul to the charts in the late 70s into the 80s with their group Shalamar. We’ve made their Official Website our Website Of The Week this week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays at midday on The Cheese.