Guess What Hugely Popular Song Is Banned In San Francisco Right Now?

Oct 20, 2014 By Abraham 0

Over the course of the next few days, there will be one word hated more than any other in the Bay Area. And it just so happens that one of the most popular songs in the world right now is that word.

As the World Series gets under way, no one in San Francisco wants to hear anything that could be even remotely construed as supporting the — and here’s that word — Royals.


So two stations have responded to the outcry of their listeners and banned Lorde’s most popular song from their airwaves during the World Series.

KFOG posted on Facebook

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This Fantastically Incoherent Song Was Written By An iPhone’s Autocomplete Function

Oct 15, 2014 By Joey White 0

When you write an entire song by simply selecting the next word that’s automatically presented while typing in iOS, you get this perfectly muddled tune…

Via: TO

This National Anthem Singer on Skates Can Hardly Be Blamed for His Massive Tumble

Oct 6, 2014 By Abraham 0

Before a recent hockey game, the National Anthem was performed by a Mark Donnelly, a singer known for his pre-game renditions of the song, which he performs while skating around the rink with a wireless mic.

On this particular occasion, his eyes were on the crowd rather than on the ice, where there happened to be a carpet spread out in front of him. Despite the embarrassment, he carried on as gamely as was possible.

Hopefully, he’s shaken it off by now so that the amusement we feel as we watch this is laughing with him, not at him…

Bill Murray Fumblingly Sings Along with Bob Dylan and It’s Awesome…in Its Own Way

Oct 6, 2014 By Abraham 1

In his new movie St. Vincent, Bill Murray plays a curmudgeon who somewhat unwillingly becomes the babysitter of his neighbor’s kid. In this scene, we see him escaping whatever is happening inside by stepping out back for a smoke with some classic Dylan blaring in his Walkman’s headphones.

This is the best duet from two old codgers you’ll hear all day…

Was Bob Dylan joking when he invited Michael Bolton over? It’s a funny story, regardless…

Oct 1, 2014 By Abraham 0

In a collaboration as laughable as it is unlikely, Bob Dylan and Michael Bolton got together about 25 years ago to write a song. Their day-long writing session resulted in “Steel Bars,” which was one of the singles from Bolton’s 1991 “Time, Love, & Tenderness,” which you may know as the album with his version of “When a Man Loves a Woman.”

Here Michael Bolton shares his experience of working with Bob Dylan. Bolton’s amusing reminiscence of their hours together comes complete with a spot-on voice impression and some cute cartoons…