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BEST OF 2019- PART 8: TOP 15 ANTICIPATED TV SHOWS OF 2020

Here at 365 Days Of Inspiring Media, we try to cover a whole manner of articles- although most of the time we have reverted back to the music album review, because it’s what we know the most and what we’re good at the best. However that doesn’t mean that we aren’t heavily invested in other aspects of media. We have reviewed movies and TV shows in the past, and while we have embarked on one of our most ambitious blog series yet (about influential artists of all time!); we are also set to review all shows of the Arrowverse as well as the humongous crossover Crisis On Infinite Earths. But while you look forward to our other posts (which aren’t music reviews!), let me now give you another post to enjoy- as we this time highlight our most anticipated TV shows of 2020. While it’s true that we may not watch all of these shows; I reckon it’s great to have a list so that we can try to keep up if the pilot is enjoyable. So what are you waiting for? These 15 TV shows deserve a mention- so take a watch of these trailers and let me know if you’re planning on watching these shows!

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MOMENTOUS MONDAYS: INFLUENTIAL ARTISTS OF ALL TIME – WEEK 17: PHIL COLLINS

What music do you think of automatically when you think of the 1980s and 1990s? Which artist was/is influential from that particular time period? Prince, Bon Jovi, The Police, Whitney Houston, Madonna, Rick Astley, Cindi Lauper, George Michael, Davie Bowie, Backstreet Boys, Spice Girls and Mariah Carey are all excellent choices, are all popular (and some influential!), and have all had success and impact within the confines of the 80s and 90s. But for me, I’ve always felt like there was an artist that was just as impactful, but nobody really talks about them. Not that they’re atrocious or difficult to listen to- in fact, this artist I’ve about to delve into a little bit, is for me, arguably one of the most underrated artists of the 2-decade span of the 1980s-2000s. Call them the forgotten artist, the underrated artist, whatever you decide; there’s no denying the impact, influence and cultural significance of English singer-songwriter Phil Collins and the music he brings along with him. Sure, right now, he’s not active in the music industry- his last album full of original material was in 2002, and his last album period, was in 2010 (an album full of covers of Motown songs from the 1960s and 1970s); but even now, his most famous work would have to be the music that forms the soundtrack of movies Tarzan and Brother Bear.

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