Thirty years ago, when the producers of the now-classic supernatural comedy ‘Ghostbusters’ were in the need for a catchy theme song for their nascent film, there was only one man they thought to call; Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham. Luckily, when that fell through they reached out to Detroit’s own Ray Parker Jr., who went on to write one of the most recognized title themes in cinema history.
Obviously, the recording of the song played at Van Andel Arena isn’t a band-endorsed, audiophile-quality recording. However, even in such rough form there’s enough to make us very curious to hear the studio version of this track.
If you put down that morning Cruller or Long John because you're trying to watch your figure or keep your blood sugar from skyrocketing, go ahead and have one today. Just tell yourself it's National Donut Day.
They Might Be Giants have been molding, changing and evolving their sound for more than 30 years. They've released more than 16 albums and are responsible for one of the greatest TV theme songs, like, ever.
The duo is getting ready to celebrate its past decade with a new compilation album, 'Idlewild,' on May 27.
So, the two Johns, who've been doing fan interactivity since they ran the Dial-A-Song telephone call-in tune out of their apartment in the mid '80s, enlisted fans to make a new video for the song 'Am I Awake?'
University of Michigan center Mitch McGary is forgoing his final two seasons of eligibility for the NBA draft after he failed a drug test during the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament.
McGary announced Friday morning via a U-M news release his decision and that he had smoked marijuana once at an Ann Arbor establishment. The NCAA was prepared to suspend McGary for an entire season for the infraction, prompting him to declare for the NBA draft.
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