'Blinded By The Light' & 9 Other Covers Better Than The Original

Manfred Mann celebrates a birthday today (October 21), and obviously, this brings up one of the best debate topics ever: Original vs. cover. Manfred Mann’s Earth Band is responsible for one of the greatest covers of all time with “Blinded By The Light,” which is a track originally by Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band. In honor of Mann’s birthday, we gathered ten covers that we think are better than the original. Enjoy…and debate if you disagree.

'The Living Years' & 6 Other Songs That’ll Make You Cry

Mike Rutherford celebrates his birthday today (October 2), and in addition to all of his work with Genesis, he also co-wrote one of the best tear-jerker songs of all time. “The Living Years” is many things. Besides being one of the most majestic songs ever about a guy not talking enough to his dad before he died, it was Mike & The Mechanics’ biggest hit. And you’d hard-pressed not to get emotional when you hear it Of course, it’s not the only song that makes reach for a tissue. Scroll through

WrestleMania: 10 Interesting Facts About 'The Showcase of the Immortals'

WrestleMania 36, against all odds, will be taking place this weekend over two nights on April 4 and 5. While “The Grandest Stage of Them All” will be emanating from the very modest stage of the WWE Performance Center due to the Coronavirus pandemic, WrestleMania 36 will surely go down as one of the most unique nights in the event’s history. To celebrate, here are 10 interesting facts about WrestleMania.

'Van Halen' & 4 Other Debut Albums Panned by 'Rolling Stone'

Van Halen’s self-titled debut was released 42 years ago today (February 10.) The album contains some of VH’s most-enduring tracks, from “Runnin’ With The Devil” to “Eruption.” However, upon its release, it was torn apart by Rolling Stone. It’s no secret that some of Rolling Stone‘s reviews haven’t aged as well as the albums they slammed. Fortunately for Van Halen, it’s in good company when it comes to other debut albums in rock history. In honor of the release anniversary of Van Halen, her

7 Memorable Rock Star Acting Cameos

Alice Cooper is many things, including one of the best live acts of all time. However, he also might be the best scene-stealer, too. Frankly, it’s difficult to think of Wayne’s World without thinking of the “We’re not worthy!” scene. Of course, Cooper isn’t the only rock star that’s netted a killer cameo over the years. In honor of Cooper’s birthday today (February 4), here are seven memorable rock star acting cameos. There are few scenes more quotable than this gem that finds Wayne and
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