Yes Pure Michigan TV ads are pretty impressive. And makes any Michigander proud. Hearing that piano music an Tim Allen makes all of our collective ears perk up. But If the Pure Michigan ads have any fault, it's that they are VERY serious.
After what always seems like a 20 year hiatus, Weird Al Yankovic is back with a "new" song. Broken online and already going viral, Al has borrowed the Summer's big current hit "Happy" by Pharrell Williams.
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.
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