Posts by Michael Krumboltz
- Michael Krumboltz at Our Country9 mths ago
Wynonna Judd and husband Cactus Moser spoke with Us Weekly about the motorcycle crash that nearly killed Moser and about how their relationship has changed and grown since that fateful day in August, 2012.
In the extensive interview, Judd and Moser open up about the accident that changed both their lives--just two months after their wedding. While the couple were out riding together on separate bikes, Moser's borrowed motorcycle didn't turn properly and the 55-year-old drummer collided with an oncoming car. "I remember standing over Cactus, wondering whether he was alive or not," Judd recalls in the new issue of Us Weekly. "I kept saying to myself, 'Be calm, be calm.' When I realized he was still alive, I noticed the leg was gone. I saw remnants of it, um, all over the highway. I just stood there, trying to make sense of it all."
- Michael Krumboltz at Stop The Presses!3 yrs ago
With the exception of Adam Sandler's "Chanukah Song," there aren't many hip tunes that celebrate the Jewish holiday. That appears to be changing. A parody of Taio Cruz's "Dynamite" has gone viral, and leads the charge of catchy new Chanukah ditties.
The Maccabeats' new song "Candlelight" (sung to the tune of "Dynamite") is scorching the search box. Over the past several days, online lookups for "candlelight song" have surged over 200% and its views on YouTube and other online video sites continue to soar.
Below is the Maccabeats' version (and here's the original video from Taio Cruz):
The Maccabeats currently have the song of the moment, but it isn't the only hip new Hanukkah song to cause a stir. Matisyahu's new tune -- titled "Miracle" -- aims to, in his words, "get across some of the depth and spirituality inherent in the holiday in a fun, celebratory song." You can check it out here: