Classic Rock What is now referred to as 'Classic Rock' was just plain ole R&R when I was growing up, so while the music is now 'classic', me...not so much. In part thanks to baby boomer parents like myself who exposed their children to the songs, 1970's and 80's Rock is alive and well. What has really kept it alive though (apart from demographics) is the music itself, a lot of really talented artists making great tunes. Everyone I think has some songs from their youth that hold a lot of meaning, but few era's of music have the staying power these bands produced. So a generation has packed up and carried this music, spreading it as we go. And I mean that literally, back then between milk crates full of albums, a stereo receiver, tape deck, turntable and speakers this took up half the living room and most of my net worth! Today I can fit the equivalent of 800 albums on my phone and play it on a wireless speaker the size of a sausage bun. Wh
A blog about cover songs. Much about the 50's thru 70's and beyond. Blues, Rock, and Country focus with a bit of everything in between. Artist profiles, song profiles and theme's with cover songs being the central focus.