Ok Family, The reason for this post was that in my personal opinion I, thought that yesterdays halftime show was umm … kinda boring! So I got to thinking who would really put on a great halftime show for the people? Well 1st things 1st I, do think the artists has to have a following and defiently crossover over for multiple types of audiences. So upon researching I found a piece of an interesting article that I pulled from MTV’s website.

We’ve been on a pretty epic run of rock and roll greats at the Super Bowl over the past eight years. From U2 and Paul McCartney to the Rolling Stones, Prince, Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen and now the Who, it’s been a Hall of Fame stampede at halftime. If you look back at what the halftime gig consisted of in the mid-to-late 1980s (Up with People, George Burns and Mickey Rooney with a drill team, Chubby Checker, New Kids on the Block and Gloria Estefan), it definitely feels like we’re in a golden period.

And for good reason. It just makes sense that the biggest TV event of the year should come with the biggest entertainment roster. Here’s the problem, though: We’re running out of superstars. Having already burned through the Big Three (The Who, Stones and the Beatles’ McCartney), as well as modern superstars U2, Springsteen and Prince, who could possibly fill the hole next year and provide the kind of mass market bang for the big game buck?

I think that since Justin and Janet, the Big Game shys away from Pop stars.

Now my Personal Opinion is Frankie Beverly & Maze with our very own Yolanda Adams singing the anthem. Im curious to see what you think! Email Me

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