Our Old School Jam Of The Moment is "Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of These) by The Eurythmics. The single debuted in 1983.
"Sweet Dreams" surprisingly is the duo's ONLY number 1 U.S. hit. The duo consisted of Dave Stewart and Annie Lennox, who pulled the androgyny act long before Lady Gaga did.
The band broke up a few times and got back together but have been broken up since 2005.
Enjoy "Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of These) by The Eurythmics, our Old School Jam Of The Moment.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Schweet Dreams......
Martin Luther performed at Hotel Cafe over the weekend and brought some friends with him; one was newly engaged Evan Rachel Wood.
Evan, who is currently on True Blood, is engaged to Jamie Bell who met while working on the "Wake Me Up When September Ends" Green Day music video back in 2006. The couple broke it off after a year together and Evan was linked to Marilyn Manson and was even engaged to Manson until 2010.
Ironically, during Saturday's show, Evan covered "Sweet Dreams" by the Eurythmics, which was also covered by Marilyn Manson.
Check out the video above. Thanks for a funky night Martin Luther and Evan Rachel Wood. Total sweethearts.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Who am I to disagree?
Lady Gaga's performance last night as her male counterpart Joe Calderone and how she stayed as him the entire show is one of the most talked about things about the MTV Video Music Awards. But did she "borrow" it from the Eurythmics Annie Lennox 25 years ago?
In Annie's performance of "Sweet Dreams" at the Grammys back in the 80's, she dressed as a man as well. Although I don't know if she named her man character and since it was the Grammys, we do not know if she stayed dressed in the same manner the entire show.
We were tipped off by this on our Facebook Fan Page by ADK, so thank you.
So, we ask you did Lady Gaga copy Annie Lennox for her MTV Video Music Awards performance and her appearance the entire award show?-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Everything Old Is New Again.
Our Old School Jam Of The Moment is "Sweet Dreams" (Are Made Of These) by the Eurythmics, Dave Stewart and Annie Lennox.
You know it's still funky! Are you digging it? Happy hump day btw.-Dr.FB
The legendary singer and former Eurythmics member Annie Lennox bumped into Taylor Swift at the American Music Award's Red Carpet. Annie is looking great after having surgery on her back earlier this year.
I rather see these veteran acts perform now then the singers closer to my age. The reason? It seems they can sing and dance but they can't do both at the same time, so either you get a good performance with a sucky dance routine or you get a great dance routine with lipsynching not synching well at all.
Again, Annie, glad to see you up and around and looking great!-Dr.FB Eurythmics