We don't do a whole lot of music related post here on the site, but will try to incorporate some going forward with the occasional "Patriot's Playlist." I recently discovered an artist who, if I would've been told the genre and shown a picture of him, probably would've just brushed it off. Anyone who knows… Continue reading Patriot’s Playlist: Tom MacDonald Is The GOAT
The amazingly talented and lovely Lexi Walker has released a fantastic cover of the Sara Bareilles song "Love Is Christmas." Check out the video below. I don't listen to very many modern artists, mostly because its all junk, but Lexi is an absolute favorite of mine. Highly, highly recommend everything she puts out. I sang… Continue reading Love is Christmas – Performed by Lexi Walker
We're starting a new Wednesday feature/spotlight here on Vortainment.com called Worth Watching Wednesday. Each Wednesday, we'll pull a video from somewhere on the Internet (most likely YouTube) that's worth watching. Why? Because there's a lot of trash on TV and the Internet, and sometimes the good stuff doesn't get the amount of views it deserves.… Continue reading Worth Watching Wednesday: The Prayer by Lexi Walker & Jenny Oaks Baker
In the grand scheme of music history Richie Valens, or Valenzuela (Lou Diamond Phillips) was a minor figure in music history, and his biggest claim to fame is that he died in the same plane crash that took the life of Buddy Holly and the Big Bopper, but his story is such a great… Continue reading La Bamba (1987) Review
Sad news today as Doris Day, legendary singer and actress from the Golden Age, has passed away at the age of 97. Doris reportedly died from complications of pneumonia according to the Doris Day Foundation. The 97-year-old was said to be in excellent health until she came down with the illness. Doris Day was a… Continue reading Legendary Doris Day Passes Away at 97
When it comes to music I am a bit all over the place. There have been times when I really dug me some old school Frank Sinatra, although for the most part growing up so many generations removed a lot of his music is a little hard to resonate with, listening with modern ears. That… Continue reading Sinatra: All or Nothing at All Review
HBO for the past few years has had a very cool way of doing musician biographies, using old footage and interviews, and other direct sources from the people in the spotlight to tell their own stories. I have seen both the Rolling Stones, and Sinatra’s documentaries, but of all of those, Kurt Cobain’s “Montage of… Continue reading Montage Of Heck Review
Jules reviews the HBO/BBC documentary "Crossfire Hurricane" chronicling the fifty year history of The Rolling Stones. Is it a documentary worth watching? Read the review to find out.