Rose posted daily videos singing cover songs on YouTube starting 2006. The only place where you still have and want people talking are the morning shows and the all-talk stations. Just hit shuffle play, sit back and listen to their entire catalogue.
Lloyd Zeffler is a throwback to a simpler time. Not just one person, not just a group. Lloyd Zeffler is a testament to the power of rock and roll music.
Roll to Me, Del Amitri. If you go to the band’s Myspace page, you’ll get an earful, and a very different perspective on the song. That song paid for the band members’ homes, and for that, they say in the Myspace rant, they are grateful. However, the many requests for the song has frustrated and flat out worn them out. Of all of their songs, according to their Myspace page, it’s the one song that is least representative of their style, and they want people to know how good their music really is.and it is.
PB: Well what came first was the drums. I actually played drums from the time I was in third grade until I was about 21. Initially, all I wanted to do was be a drummer. When I was a kid I played in orchestra and band, went to music camp in the summers, and studied all the percussion instruments: chimes, bells, xylophone, vibraphone, marimba and snare drum.
Other acts already covered by Rockabye Baby! include Metallica, AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones and Green Day. There is even a poll on the company’s website where you can vote for the band you want to go soft next. The current poll includes Bon Jovi and even Slayer.
More Than A Feeling: Tom Scholz: Boston: This song has a short solo theme that acts as a pre-chorus and then a longer solo in the middle. Both are strong solos and perfectly placed to add excitement to the song. Tom Scholz has a great ability to be melodic, efficient, and at the same time to completely rock.
Awesome! It’s always good to be versatile. What bands/musicians have you played with thus far? Any gigs in particular that meant a lot to you or shows that were the most memorable?
Ride Captain Ride, Blues Image: So much speculation has been made on this song that involves a lost ship and crew. One version claims it has to do with a ship lost with Sir Francis Drake; some even say the lyrics are really cloaked Biblical references. The truth of Ride Captain Ride, according to writer Mike Pinera, is that the song was purely a product of his imagination that day. As with Louie, Louie, those rumors fueled sales, so the writers rarely confirmed or denied the theories.