If it wasn’t cool enough that Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Full House” cover and theme song for Netflix’s new “Full House” reboot, “Fuller House”, recently charted on Billboard, less than an hour ago Carly Rae invited the star of the 90s sitcom, actor/comedian Bob Saget to perform a very special duet of her nostalgic cover.
Currently in Milwaukee for her Gimmie Love Tour, Carly Rae was performing at the Tuner Hall Ballroom, just a mile away from Bob Saget’s standup performance at The Pabst Theatre. Lucky for Carly Rae’s fan, Saget’s performance ended in time that he could rush over to join Carly Rae to help perform her ‘Full House’ cover. Bob Saget’s Backstreet Boy’s cover, reworked as ‘Danny Tanner Was Not Gay’ will forever be a classic, but Saget just can’t hit the high notes that Jepsen can. Either way though, it made for an awesome performance from the two.
Watch Bob Saget and Carly Rae Jepsen team up to perform the ‘Fuller House’ Theme below.
Have Lamborghini Mercy! With the official announcement that Netflix has ordered a 13-episode revival/spinoff of the classic ’90s sitcom “Full House”, now titled “Fuller House”, we got to thinking… what if rappers were Full House character? Who would be who? If Kanye West took a Facebook “Which Full House Character Are You?”, who would he get?
Want us to do the thinking for you? You got it, dude! We have reflected and decided which rappers best fit which classic Full House characters. Hit the jump for our complete list.
Today marks the re-release of arguably the greatest album of all time, Jesse and the Ripper’s debut LP Forever, originally released via Fat Fish Records over two decades ago. Originally under-appreciated and misunderstood upon its release (it only reached the number one spot abroad in Japan), the Bay Area natives changed music for the rest of time forever with this project. Lead by San Francisco native Jesse Katsopolis, Jesse and the Rippers today top the discussion of the greatest rock group of all time, perhaps only in the conversation with the likes of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. So when soft rock fans everywhere learned that Jay-Z’s new streaming service TIDAL would exclusively host the re-release of Forever, and in lossless FLAC CD quality, Jay-Z and listeners everywhere benefited as fans rushed to subscribe to the new Spotify competitor. And with three brand new tracks and a stellar re-mastering, Jesse’s Forever has a second chance to get the acclaimed reviews that it deserves.