Just to follow up my earlier post, Alice Cooper can now add the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to his resume. Tom Waits was voted in, too.
They’re joined by Urge Overkill’s idol Neil Diamond, Dr. John, Darlene Love, Jac Holzman, Art Rupe and Mr. Southern Boogie Leon Russell.
School’s Out is still a great rock anthem.
I really don’t care much about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame but something caught my eye. Alice Cooper is nominated for this year’s inductee class and an announcement is expected this week.
Alice Cooper isn’t already in the Hall of Fame? Really?
Republicans are taking over the U.S. House and gaining in the Senate. It’s no wonder. Exit polls are showing Americans are fearful in a terrible economy. Unemployment still stands at almost 10 percent. That means close to 15 million people are out of work (and that’s just the folks who are counted).
A CNN analysis shows that most voters are deciding against an incumbent rather than endorsing a candidate. That’s too bad.
The tea partiers seem to have made some inroads tonight. Kentucky’s Senator-elect Rand Paul says he’s going to organize a tea party wing of the GOP in Washington. Paul, of course, is the son of libertarian entertainer Ru Paul. Here’s a clip of the elder Paul.