Behind the Music was must see tv back in the early 2000's.  You got to watch and see how your favorite rock stars grew up, found their bandmates, got famous, got messed up on drugs (probably), hit rock bottom, and rose to the top again.  It was put together so well.

It's the drama and the trauma that stays with me.  We watched Ozzy talk about Randy Rhoads hitting his bus in an airplane and dying. You go to see the guys in Metallica and their sound guy talk about the bus crash that killed Cliff Burton. And I still remember watching the Pantera Behind the Music with my buddy who broke down in tears when they talked about the Dimebag tragedy.

I always said, it was so well done that it didn't matter if you actually cared about the performer being documented or not.  Well, it seems they have taken that as a challenge and offered up some truly uninteresting artists.  Well, to me anyway.

July 29 : Ricky Martin
July 29: LL Cool J
August 5: Huey Lewis
August 12: Busta Rhymes
August  19: Duran Duran
August 26: New Kids on the Block
September 2: Bret Michaels
September 9: Fat Joe

You can watch these Behind the Music episodes and more on Paramount+.  They're apparently bringing back Beavis & Butthead, so if the Behind the Music franchise leaves you with a bad taste in your mouth then maybe the bad boys from the 90's will tempt you.

If not that...The Real World season 1 reunion is available too!  Not gonna lie...I kinda want to watch it to see Julie.

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Craft Breweries in the Quad Cities Area

We're very lucky to live in an area with such an amazing, thriving "craft beer scene". You'll be able to find everything you could want.

Not sure what you want? That's ok. The bartenders at these establishments are very well versed and can guide you through a wonderland of Ales and Lagers.

From "coffee infused" to "riff infused".

From "pale ales" to "peanut butter porters".

Fruity, Sour, Hoppy, Malty, Crisp, Crushable beers in all shapes and sizes.

Crowlers, Growlers, Cans & Kegs...the Quad Cities Craft Beer scene has it all.

And of course...a great beer isn't complete unless it's paired with some amazing food. Whether it's made in the breweries kitchen or in the food truck in the parking lot...brewers know that people love food with their beer. 

Take a look at the 19 Quad Cities Area craft breweries!