And if you don’t want vinyl, they have a selection of CDs as well. Tom Scholz has a great ability to be melodic, efficient, and at the same time to completely rock. R.L. wanted to have me on the session in Muscle Shoals.
The music streaming service opened up its services to anyone using an iOS or Android tablet or smartphone free of charge. The new free product will include ads, similar to Pandora radio stations.
John Lee Hooker – With a unique voice and a distinct musical style, John Lee Hooker rose to prominence with such famous songs as Boogie Chillin and Boom, Boom. He appeared in Blues Brothers alongside John Belushi. He won a Grammy and released many albums before dying at the age of 83 in 2001.
The first song that you can practice is Bad Moon Rising. This song was released in April 1969. It was written by John Fogerty and song by Creedence Clearwater Revival. It reached as high as #2 on the Billboard’s Hot 100 and was #1 on the UK Singles Chart for three weeks. This song uses D, A and G major to put this song together.
As long as I stayed quiet and did not show myself. I was allowed to sit in the wings onstage; behind the curtains. I watched the entire performance up close and personal. My uncle, who was lead guitarist, would be part way through playing a song. Without missing a note or a beat, he would walk over to me and ask if I was ok.
When someone possesses a special skill, such as visual art or guitar virtuosity, they get tons of girls. People like Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, and Tom Brady can go out with anyone they want because they are skilled. Heck, I’d go out with them. Usually skill occurs in tandem with passion, another attractive quality. When someone is really good at something, but not “hot,” it makes sense that they can still attract a lot of women. It’s less annoying to see someone like this in a relationship than it is to see a rich mean guy in a relationship.
Cue the market opportunity that is the ‘cover band.’ Insert the opportunistic outfit that is “Paradise City,” the Guns ‘n’ Roses tribute band. Chuck Klosterman explains their share of the market here.
It’s tough in the radio business today. It was always a cutthroat business but these days it may even be more so. This was a senseless tragedy and a stupid way to go. However, it takes more than firing the on-air staff to make this one right. There were more people involved than that morning team and you had better believe they are scrambling to cover their butts right now.