1990s

Some of the league's newest players are so young they couldn't identify the "Hey Ya!" hip-hop duo.
People got deeply nostalgic for #MyFavoriteThingAboutThe90s.
Shout-out to the Jessicas, Tylers and Amandas out there.
What is your most prized accomplishment as a musician so far? Charting on the Billboard charts was a huge accomplishment
Before TripAdvisor and Yelp, before cell phones and before 9/11, I had Let's Go Europe, an oversized bright yellow softcover
Photo Credit: Getty Images, courtesy of 90sFest If you are interested in reliving your childhood memories, you can purchase
Being born in May of 1989 allowed me to enjoy an entire decade of life without being tethered to mobile and social technology.
Beverly Hills 90120 A nice mid-western family moves to a wealthy Beverly Hills neighborhood and twins Brandon and Brenda
In the early 1990s I had a great job and a great house and I was living large. The part I'm glossing over is the fact that it was my parent's house, and they paid all my bills. Yes, I loved the 90s.
With their faces disguised by black, tar-like cloth--shaded further by dark top hats, enshrouded in ostentatious suiting--grunge-rock duo The Lost Poets are equal parts visual and sonic, building a shadowy artistic experience with image as much as with their instruments.
People use the phrase "larger than life" idiomatically -- but with Prince, it was a factual data point. If you saw him live, you sensed it. If you watched his incredible Super Bowl performance, you felt it.
My earliest memories of music go back to summer car rides to day camp, accompanied by the sounds of overdriven, dreary guitars, aching, brooding vocals, and guttural bass lines.
Friend: "But you were together for a long time, weren't you?" Friend: "She was so great. Why did you guys ever break up?" This
Doug Richardson: Poorly. Or at least, they should. Otherwise, our hearts wouldn't be in it. That said, it's part of the business
While a key to happy travels certainly is a positive attitude, I do have my pet peeves while traveling in Europe. Just between you and me, here are a few things that I do not find really great.
For something as big and fully realized as a tour, I will cull all of the ideas jotted down on scraps of paper and bits I've been doing (can't really call it "working on") here and there at various friends' shows or benefits or the occasional music fest, and pick out the stuff that I think is the strongest.
Before there was Netscape, which began arriving around 1995, we enjoyed a world full of things that were nearing the end of their lifespans -- and we had no idea.