Kitty Dunn Blogs

Yoko Was a Dreamer Too

It's pretty cool when your late husband's song is named Song of the Century by the National Musical Publishers Association. But the day got even better for Yoko Ono, when the group announced that she will now get co-writer credit for the song "Imagine" along with John Lennon. Yoko's son, Sean... Read More

Batman Memories

When we learned this weekend that TV's original Batman, Adam West, had died, a little bit our childhoods died as well. When I was a kid in the 1960s, it almost seemed like Batman was a part of my family. That's because he was! My little brother was pretty sure he WAS Batman for the first couple... Read More

MAMA Awards This Sunday

The Madison Area Music Association will honor and showcase area musicians of all ages and genres in the 2017 MAMA Awards Show this Sunday, June 18th, in the Capitol Theater at the Overture Center. Madison's version of the Grammys will kick off at 5pm with a Red Carpet celebration where musicians... Read More

Chuck's Final Album

When Chuck Berry passed away earlier this year at the age of 90, a lot of folks were probably surprised to learn that he had a new album coming out in June. While he toured up until 2014, he hadn't released an album of new material since 1979. The record, called simply "Chuck," comes out June 9th... Read More

5 Things You Didn't Know About U2's Joshua Tree

U2 is on tour celebrating the 30th anniversary of their breakthrough album, the Joshua Tree. The tour includes a stop at Chicago's Soldier Field on Saturday, June 3rd and Sunday June 4th. Here are some facts about the 1987 album that you may not have known. 1. U2 wanted the album to symbolize the... Read More

The Old Blues Soul of Gregg Allman

Gregg Allman was not just an amazing singer and keyboard player, he could write blues songs that sounded like they were written by an old blues guy, like Elmore James, Muddy Waters or Robert Johnson. Was it early tragedy that gave Gregg a blues soul? His father was murdered by a hitchhiker when... Read More

8 Things You Didn't Know about Bob Dylan

The man who has been called the Spokesman for a generation turns 76 this week. For more than five decades Dylan has been entertaining us, making us think, and often making us raise our eyebrows and say "What the heck?" Here are a few things you may have not known about this rock star poet.,... Read More

Time to Buy Sgt. Pepper again!

The Beatles are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the classic album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" with several reissue packages that a lot of fans (like me) are anxious to hear. I got my first copy of Sgt. Pepper in the mid-70s when I asked for that "Beatles Rock and Roll Music"... Read More

6 Things You Didn't Know About Chris Cornell

The world was shocked to wake up to the news that Chris Cornell, Soundgarden and Audioslave singer, passed away after a show in Detroit. Cornell was an amazing singer and songwriter whose talent will be missed immensely. Here are some things you may not have known about Cornell. 1. Cornell was a... Read More

Childish Gambino: Singer, Rapper, Actor, Comedian

Childish Gambino is a well-rounded entertainer, who is now focussing on his music career, and will be headlining the Governors Ball Music Festival in New York City, along with other great acts including Lorde, Phoenix, Bleachers, Judah & The Lion, Cage the Elephant and more. Register to win a... Read More