Well I don't think you can play enough Lynyrd Skynyrd if you are in an active band.Or even if you are playing by yourself at home. Most Skynyrd songs are pretty easy and won't take to long to learn. Plus they are a major crowd pleaser because most people can sing along because they know the words
In today's blast from the past I thought some Yes from 1972 would be nice well at least a change in direction. I usually don't do a lot with progressive bands but today we will make an acception. In the 70s Yes was a force to recon with as they were on the go and long songs were the norm
Last Saturday night at the Billings Motorsports Park David Hoiness #27DD was running second when he was passing some lapped traffic and ended up in the front wall while he was making the pass. Mabie just a little too much in a hurry
Todays lesson is some Ted Nugent from the Free For All album. Today we dig into Dog Eat Dog by the Motor City Madman. This is a great song and a burner for any bar band to pick up on. It's not too tuff and is a blast to play
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