Christmas Day has come and gone. Leftover turkey fills fridges nationwide, neglected brussel sprouts top the bins of fussy eaters, and people are counting empty bottles whilst nursing a hangover the size of France. Yes indeed, Boxing Day is a time for taking things slow and steady. Short of pushing buttons on that TV remote and attempting to get that Frenchman to move out of your head, absolutely nothing is the order of the day. So what about tomorrow?
Tomorrow is the start
The recent snowfall has given everyone a boost of seasonal feeling. Christmas is well and truly on it's way. With the snow often comes the flood of Christmas songs. All the classics from the 70's are thrown around the airwaves with wild abandon. Whether we're in the car, the office or home, we can't help but dance to them. Enter Van Rockman with their own festive offering.
Various radio stations have already been adding 'Happy Holidays, It's Christmas!' to their festive pla
Many believed when MTV and other music video channels went live, it would leave the relevance of radio in the dust. This never really happened. Whilst music videos had their place in spreading a bands name far and wide, radio is still as necessary today if not more than it's ever been.
So why the transition? In the beginning it was a costly luxury to get a music video made. It cost even more to get it airplay on TV. In the mid 80's if your band was on TV, you were a big dea