Flashback Friday Song of the Day – Sugar Walls – Sheena Easton

Once there was a Scottish singer named Sheena Easton.  When she first came on the scene in 1981, her songs Morning Train (9 to 5) and Modern Girl were catchy and very bubble-gum and very innocent and they scored big with music lovers everywhere, but they gave Miss Sheena a lily-white reputation.  She continued on … More Flashback Friday Song of the Day – Sugar Walls – Sheena Easton

Song of the Day – On My Mind – Ellie Goulding

Good morning and Happy Hump Day.  Here’s the lead track off of Ellie Goulding’s latest, and most stellar album, Delirium.  The song well represents the style of much of the record, which is full of catchy, dance oriented pop tunes.  Oh, and Ms. Goulding is looking mighty good in the video, too!  Check out On … More Song of the Day – On My Mind – Ellie Goulding

Song of the Day – Jungle Love – The Time

One of the most successful bands to come out of Prince’s reign of the 1980’s was the Minneapolis-based group known as The Time.  Lead by front-man Morris Day, who wonderfully portrayed himself as Prince’s chief rival in the film, Purple Rain, and including would-be master producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis (who hit it big … More Song of the Day – Jungle Love – The Time

Song of the Day – Don’t Let Me Down – The Chainsmokers, featuring Daya

Here’s a hot new one from one of my favorite new acts, The Chainsmokers.  I tell ya, these guys are making some genuinely great dance music these days and this time they’ve collaborated with sweet-voiced Hide Away singer Daya for a dance track that’s got it all, great lyrics, nice vocals and slamming beats.  Great … More Song of the Day – Don’t Let Me Down – The Chainsmokers, featuring Daya