Jan 2, 2011

In the Year 2030 #6

•Bonaroo cuts costs by playing jam band tunes over loud-speakers; burn-outs don't notice

•Toby Keith given ACM lifetime achievement award; due to lack of willing presenters, Academy sets trophy on stage for him to collect for himself

•Person who let the dogs out finally arrested during routine traffic stop

•Black Eyed Peas' song "Uh Yeah Uh" hits #1 on Billboard, setting a record for least number of words in a #1 song (uh yeah uh)

•Ringtones get Grammy category; cell phones held to microphone during "performances"

•Nickelback and Breaking Benjamin era fondly recalled as "back when rock was still good"

•George Strait's latest album certified platinum

•New live video-feed Twitter allows users to see what people/artists they're following are doing with each update; 50 Cent's life proven not to be nearly as interesting as previously thought

•Antique first generation iPod in mint condition sold on eBay for $12,524; returned when found to include Darryl Worley's "Have You Forgotten?"

•Grand Ol' Opry renamed CMA Fest Auditorium


  1. •George Strait's latest album certified platinum

    Would I be correct in assuming that's "Strait Ballin'"?

  2. I had forgotten about the sheer awfulness of "have you forgotten" until I just read this post. Ugh. That song stinks like a dead skunk in the middle of the road. Daryl Worley deserves a sackpunch for singing that song.



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