Roxette successfully blends the classic with the modern on
Radio Creme Brulee is an internet radio station that showcases an eclectic assortment of pop/rock music from both sides of the Atlantic alongside guilty pleasures, forgotten gems, and radio staples from the 80s, 90s, and 00s. This station does not feature much hip-hop or hard rock.
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This review is by guest blogger G.B. James (Author and avid music fan) The late 90s were a perplexing time to be a fan of Roxette. The highs of international megahits such as “The Look“,...
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This concert review is by US-based Lax Madapaty – our guest blogger and an ardent a-ha fan that traveled far to make sure he could be ours eyes and ears on the ground. Date: April 30, 2016 Ven...
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