Today's lesson is an easy one and another one of those songs that you can set in with any band because they all play this song. Sweet Home Alabama by Lynyrd Skynyrd. This will be a fun one to learn and also play
Good grief, that's one ugly hat. But then again, maybe we don't "get" high fashion. Rapper, singer and producer Pharrell Williams recently auctioned off the giant brown hat he wore (in public, no less) when he accepted a Grammy trophy earlier this year.
Today we will do the eighth and final Leslie West interview. Leslie is an old time rocker from the late sixties and is still rocking today. I hope you have enjoyed these interviews. Next week I will be taking some time off so the interviews will resume in a couple of weeks
For today's lesson we will do limelight by Rush. It's not to tuff on guitar all you will need is someone that can sing like Geddy Lee. That might be a little bit harder to come up with. So for the weekend here ya go! Loosen up those fingers and most of all Enjoy!!
Today's lesson comes from The Motor City Mad Man himself Ted Nugent. And Ted says all you need is attitude. Not sure I agree but Ted is the man and that is what he says. So get the dirt outa your ears and listen up!!!
Given the disastrous experience of the Sex Pistols' sole U.S. tour -- a 1978 jaunt through the deep south that lasted just two weeks before the band broke up in a blur of riots and regret -- the first trip through the states by singer John Lydon (formerly Johnny Rotten)'s post-Pistols project Public Image Ltd. was bound to be a memorable one.
Adding Benny Hill music to just about any piece of video footage is going to raise the funny factor by at least 3, sometimes higher. That's definitely the case here when someone decided to take footage of some dudes getting down at Awakefest 2013 and added our beloved Benny Hill soundtrack to it. Watch the video and have a good chuckle. I also have to give credit to my man, Frank Pain of Rock 108 in Abilene for turning me onto this glorious video.
Today's lesson is ZZ Top's Sharp Dressed Man. This one is not too tuff so get ready for some fun and to learn a great song for dancing at the bars. This one will get the folks up and out of their seat and on the dance floor
A new map put together by Music Machinery details the most popular music in each of America's 50 states. And it not only serves as a gauge of what poor taste in music some of our countrymen have (really, West Virginia?), it also reveals there's a handful of them listening to s--- we never heard of.
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