Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Things I learned from the Grammy Awards

The Dixie Chicks…first we burn their albums because they criticized the war in Iraq (does that mean that they should be allowed to burn something of the 70% of the rest of us that now criticize it?) and now we give them all the awards. Political or not…that is the question.

Peter Frampton…does that guy look old or what? What does this say about me because I seriously remember playing that Live record (yes, record) a whole lot. Yikes.

Stevie Wonder…how long can he regurgitate his older songs? Ok, let’s redo this one with Tony Bennett...another grammy… Hey…maybe he can do one with Bjork. Yeah, that’s it…redo “Boogey on Raggae Woman” and call it “Boogers on a raggy woman” or something like that.

Bob Dylan got some grammys. Why not? After all, he is Bob Dylan! I mean his album went in at no 1 and he’s the oldest person to have that happen. But then again, he is Bob Dylan.

The Police reunion. Too obvious. I was secretly hoping for a Wham reunion show. Or better yet, how about a Sammy and David Lee showdown during a Van Halen reunion. Now THAT’S entertainment.

4 comments:

Kanrei said...

Wham reunion? There is not a level of Hell hot enough for the person who wishes that upon the world. However I am first in line for that Menudo old age home tour. I am planning on catching at least every Florida show.

I missed the Grammys. No, that is a lie. I did not miss it. I did not watch the Grammys. I wanted to see the Police reunion, but spaced the show. After Jethro Tull won best Heavy Metal artist I gave up on that award. I love Tull, but to call them metal insults them.

Variant E said...

Hopefully you didn't think I was serious about that Wham reunion...

That Jethro Tull thing; I remember that and yeah, that was quite funny. Not a lot of flutes in Heavy Metal is there?

Shawna said...

Wham was awesome. Maybe for the 50th year, next year...

Wake me up before you go go....

Come on folks, musical GENIUS!

hahahah

Kurt said...

I think we've all learned an important lesson: the time to speak up is when it's safe and popular.