We don’t even know if the Jersey Shore crew can make it work in 2018, but they’re already setting up a second tanning bed. MTV’s imminent revival has booked a second Family Vacation a month before we even set foot in Miami.
Music videos were a staple of the 1980's. Everyone tuned in to MTV or Night Flight or Friday Night Videos to make sure they didn't miss their favorite video. There were some great ones, but there were also some really bad ones.
Here is a countdown of the Top 10 most ridiculous music videos...
I don't know about you, but this is one of my favorite videos...ever. The song was first released on this day in 1984.
It took two versions and three releases to finally chart in the United Kingdom. In the United States in October 1985, the song became the only A-ha song to reach the top position of the Billboard Hot 100, due in no small part to the wide exposure on MTV of its innovative music vi
I'll never forget seeing the very first day of MTV. Of course, that station now appeals to those below the lowest common denominator, but when it was new and relevant, it was so much fun to watch.
I'm sure that, like me, you had favorite videos and you couldn't wait to see them over and over. Sure you could record them on you VCR (caveman recording), but it was fun to watch 'live'.
Here are my fav
On August 1, 1981 a new form of entertainment was launched; Music Videos. At the same time, the careers of the five original VJ's took off as well.
At the stroke of midnight, we got our first glimpse of what would be an iconic TV program of the 80's. MTV went on the air with a group of what they called, VJ's and the first video played was, appropriately titled, "Video Killed the Radio Star
It was waaaaay past our bedtime, but we were at a slumber party, all rules were thrown out the window. July 31, 1981 -- a group of girls in pajamas, sitting on sleeping bags and blankets, bowls of snacks littering the floor, cans of Tab and Fresca held tightly...