Pop Music

Pop Music of the 90sThe 90s Hip-hop music jumps off the streets and into the pop mainstream thanks to high-stepping, fast-rapping performers like Vanilla Ice and MC Hammer. Later on, the hip-hop
Pop Music of the 80sThe 80s Blondie , Devo and Duran Duran usher in the new wave with electronic sounds and pop hooks. In the stadiums, Foreigner , Van Halen andJourney
Pop Music of the 70sThe 70s Led Zeppelin adds extra volume and energy to r&b to create heavy metal, inspiring a legion of hard-rocking groups like Aerosmith and AC/DC
Pop Music of the 60sThe 60s The Beatles bring pop music into a new era as they charm the world with their cute image, jangling guitars and stunning pop melodies. The British Invasion hits in full force
Pop Music of the 50sThe 50s Elvis Presley shakes his hips on The Ed Sullivan Show , and the rock ‘n’ roll craze begins. For those scandalized by such unwholesomeness, there’s always nice young men like


Year of 1961

1961 was a year that saw congress approve the Peace Corps as a permanent federal agency within the State Department, and Kennedy signed the legislation on September 22. If you were going to school you may well of had a Pets and Pals metal … Continue reading

Ipod Celebrates over 50 Year Anniversary – 1958 Proof!

Ipod 50 Year Anniversary

Ipod Celebrated over 50 Year Anniversary a few years back – Proof! Ok we know that back in 1958 the ipod wasn’t top on you’re grannies shopping list, but you have to admit this is a superb photoshop image. If … Continue reading

Live and let die

Live and let die 1970s movie

I see even X-factor uses the Live and let die theme music these days. Understandably so as this 40 year old Bond theme just never dates and sounds as powerful now as it did back in 1973. Of all the Bond … Continue reading

1970s Fashion Icons

1970s Fashion Icons

So when the seventies hit the high street, who was it having the big fashion input. Which seventies icon effected your fashion sense? Here are some famous fashion icons we think you may remember from the groovy decade Farrah Fawcett … Continue reading


1964 Nostalgic Year

1964 was a leap year that saw Martin Luther King, Jr receives the Nobel Peace Prize, James Bond released his third outing with Goldfinger along with all the merchandise and comedian Harry Hill was born in 1964. The Summer Olympics were held in … Continue reading