A look back at The Lost Boys performing Live on ‘Great Day Houston’ 80s Week!Read More!
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We were honored to perform for Gordie Howe when he visited Houston to have his Aeros hockey jersey retired in the rafters… We played plenty of 80s tunes for him to enjoy.
And of course, Gordie’s Red Wings jersey will live in the hearts of 80s movie fans forever…thanks to ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.’Read More!
This time of year always takes me back to the 80s… Afterall, did any decade give us better horror? But of course…NOT! Think of it: the Big Eighties delivered a plethora of Big haunts like The Shining, Poltergeist, The Howling, and Ghost Story, to name a few. Scream screen icons like “Michael Myers” and “Norman Bates” continued their terrifying adventures during the decade…and then we met some iconic horror characters for the first time, like “Jason,” “Freddie,” and even Michael Jackson’s Thriller zombie.
But perhaps the greatest horror-comedy came in 1987… Long before ‘Twilight‘ started the teen vamp craze, “The Lost Boys” took a bite out of everyone with a film you could really sink your teeth into.
If you had any doubts going in, this movie made you see the light: it really is fun to ...Read More!
As The Lost Boys celebrate 10 years on the Houston nightlife scene, it’s hard to believe it’s been that long a playoff drought since the Astros were playing meaningful ball in October. But who could forget the last time Houston was in the playoffs: it was the World Series!
One of the big heroes of that ’05 Astros team was catcher Brad Ausmus, along with hometown favorites like pitchers Andy Pettitte and “The Rocket”- Roger Clemens. (Mike had just completed a TV interview with “The Rocket” at his Memorial home in Houston earlier that spring, so it was great to see Clemens lead the Astros to some real glory...Read More!
It’s hard to believe how time flies… It was 10 years ago this month that Houston’s Ultimate 80s Dance Band- The Lost Boys- were booked for quite a gig: helping to save lives on Texas roads and highways.
The band was picked by the Texas Department of Transportation (TX DOT) to write and record a new theme song for a campaign to encourage Texans everywhere to “Buckle Up” on Texas roadways.
The band then set out to come up with a song that would fit the campaign’s theme and goals. Keyboardist Andrew Richardson and guitarist Michael Lee co-wrote the tune, “Edge of Danger,” with an eclectic Latin pop influence. The track was recorded at Backstage Music Studio in Cypress, TX...Read More!