Thursday, July 15, 2010

We aren't the World, but now we know where to find it.

For those folks who haven't been living in the Cave for the last couple weeks, Thursday night at Summers is now World Music Night, complete with a D.J. who will spin all your favorite World Music hits for your grooving pleasure.  And for those folks who still insist that "there's no such thing as World Music,"  well, people - I hate to break it to you, but it's legitimate.  In a stroke of pure Summertime serendipity, the real-life, honest-to-your-god-of-choice World Music Awards will air tonight on WDCA-TV.  I would expect Summers to carry the event on at least half of the televisions, considering Joe Daddy's thorough commitment to all things International.  Enjoy! Salut!  Ganbei!  Prost!  Slainte!  Boogie on down.


  1. I'm from Calgary, Alberta, Canada and I am a big fan of Shania Twain, Avril Lavigne and Celine Dion, all Canadians. Is that World Music enough for you? If you tell me that the DJ will play "My Heart Will Go On", I will hang out at Summers instead of Cafe Asia.

  2. Good point Mike Green. Timeless tunes such as "My Heart Will Go On", "Skater Boy" and "Man! I Feel Like A Woman!" will always have a spot on my iPod under "International". As far as World Music goes, who can argue with a stirring Bryan Adams ballad or "Summer of '69" blasting on the boombox, eh?

  3. You may not be the world, but I'll stop it anyway and melt with you: