Spring is finally in the air! After another long, cold winter in New England it’s time for sunny days and consistent warm temperatures. Here’s a few vintage “sunny”-themed advertisements from the ’90s to not only wax nostalgia for this distinct time, but help ring in the spring season.
Someone on YouTube took a video that Karson’s son Barrett was in and made it their own, generating nearly 300,000 views to date. Karson feels violated.
The ’90s are a big part of Mix’s catalog, and we particularly love music videos from the era. Here, Mix Music Director Mike Mullaney looks at Marky Mark’s video for “Good Vibrations” and points out a few interesting details.
Last Friday we sent Salt to the Boston Strong Benefit Concert announcement and, with his significant pull, he landed a 1-on-1 interview with Donnie Wahlberg of New Kids On The Block fame.
Gregg and Freddy asked special guest Kelly Clarkson about Beyonce’s controversial lip-syncing at the Presidential Inauguration, where Kelly performed her song live. She didn’t have a problem with Beyonce’s lip-syncing – in fact, she was impressed by it!
Gregg Daniels started off Kelly Clarkson’s interview by playing a clip of one of Clarkson’s most endearing moments, her recent acceptance speech at the GRAMMY Awards – which clearly wasn’t planned or expected, but came straight from the heart. Watch her hilarious reaction to the speech as they play it!
News anchor AJ Clemente had a rough first day on the job at the NBC affiliate in North Dakota. He was fumbling through his notes and didn’t realize the cameras were rolling and his mic was hot. You gotta see this!
Currently playing overseas in New Zealand and Australia on their Global Warming World Tour, the hearts and minds of Aerosmith have been over 15,000 miles away in their hometown of Boston in what was the […]
Bruins fans on Wednesday night attended the first major sporting event to take place in Boston since Monday’s horrific bombings at the Boston Marathon. Part of the ceremony was the above video, a poignant tribute to the victims, heroes and first responders who were affected by the tragedy, set to Phillip Phillips’ uplifting single “Home.”
Wednesday night was the first major sporting event in Boston since the Marathon bombing. Everyone was looking forward to hearing Rene Rancourt sing the National Anthem, but he let the crowd take over instead.
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