21. July 2014 By Walter Price 0

Your GTC Weekly Top Ten: 14 – 20 July 2014

Remember when Tom Keifer lamented “You don’t know what you got, til it’s gone…”? With another week in the books and only half of the things we wanted to talk about out, we understand. Come back you too short of a week last week!
We send fuzzy thanks to Warm Soda’s Mathew Melton for a rapid update on the band’s tour, line-up and coming music. We’ll be hearing and waiting for more!
Last week we also learned Weird Al is still king of his thing, Sliotar are folking things up on the road, that only in the UK will you find the Top 3 Albums read Ed Sheeran, Morrissey & Dolly Parton, Alle Royale loves the new Judas Priest saying, “A light in the black of a poor 2014”, the Feral Conservativescontinue to release catchy indie-pop tracks, Paul McCartney still rocks a live show, 1978 was more than just disco sounds, Blondie tease they may hang it up, something about Avril Lavigne needs her money and that the world lost the great maverick, James Garner, his casual approach to crime solving is the benchmark for all that have followed.
How was your week?
Thank you again and again and again for stopping by The GTC to meander round our pages of music chitchat. Without you we are less people reading what we have to say. Cheers friends!

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Here is a look at was read the most this past week.
  1. Sounds Like 1978
  2. 10 Reasons Why Your Band Won’t Succeed
  3. TOUR:Warm Soda
  5. John ‘Johnny’ Dawson Winter III
  6. Things You Can Buy Today 15 July 2014
  7. The Purpose of a Singer-Songwriter
  8. Your GTC Weekly Top Ten: 7 – 13 July 2014
  9. New Music: Tell My Darling
  10. HaveA Drink, Cobra Ramone Slip Into The All-Time …
Top Countries of Audience Origins
  1. USA
  2. Germany
  3. France
  4. UK
  5. Sweden
  6. Canada
  7. Italy
  8. Ireland
  9. Turkey
  10. Ukraine
R.I.P. James Garner 7 April 1928 – 19 July 2014
Have a nice day, come again…