Finally I have heard some new music that sounds like rock and roll from the old day's. Well it sounds a lot ..a whole lot like Bon Scott AC DC. The song I have picked today is Big Smoker Pig and guaranteed this does sound like old AC DC! So kick back close
Today's lesson is a little different in that there is no one showing you how to play the song but the cords are there with the words. Triumph was a band out of Canada that caught a lot of flack for sounding a lot like Rush who was also from Canada
I haven't done an interview for a while so here's a good one. This is Stevie Ray Vaughan with Howard Stern. Howard asks all the questions that you would like to have asked Stevie if he was still here today
Do you remember a guy by the name of Donovan from back in the day? Well he is still around and kicking even though he is a little older like the rest of us. And his pipes are still in great working order
Today's lost band is The Ozark Mountain Daredevils an old band out of Missouri These guys are fantastic they are the first band I ever saw that had someone do signing on the stage for the def. And what a show a bunch of guys that just want to play music and have fun
Today's lesson is a bar and radio favorite. Walk This Way by Aerosmith. This is one that you can get by without sounding just like Steven Tyler. And it is sure to get the crowd up and moving around. It's not too tough of a song and just takes some getting used to for the beat
This band was from Long Island New York that formed in the mid sixty's. Their music had a wide mix of styles from hard rock with jazz and pop. They did have some success nationally in their home stomping grounds is where they were best known
Today's blast from the past is Ronnie James Dio singing doo wap. At the time Dio was in a band called Ronnie and the Prophets and I think you will get a charge out of this one. Dio was born in 1942 and was 68 when he died in 2010
For today's lesson we will do part two of Stevie Ray Vaughn's Lenny.We had part one last week and now we will finish out this lesson. Stevie Ray's style was a different kind of playing sort of a swing thing and it is so sad that he is not around to be giving us more new music
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