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Saturday Music Memories – Long Live Rock And Roll!

“Long Live Rock And Roll” is a new Daughtry track and it is AWESOME! There are over 20 references to musicians/bands!

I have listened to it 20+ times this week!

Four important questions need to be answered after you have a look/listen:

  • Billy Joel or Elton John?
  • The Beatles or The Stones?

(and for the rockers)…… wait for it:

  • Guns N’ Roses or Motley Crue?
  • Van Halen (with David Lee Roth) or Van Halen with (Sammy Hagar)?

Come chat music with us at our LinkedIn group too –  The Daily Music Sanctuary!

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Have a fantastic weekend and kick back and enjoy some great music!

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Saturday Music Memories – Can You Learn To Walk Again?

I am a huge Dave Grohl fan, but have never seen the Foo Fighters live. I am going to make a point of seeing them when they roll through town next time.

Everything he touches seems to turn to gold. His career has not been without adversity though. You see he was in a “little” band called Nirvana which obviously met their demise suddenly. But he persevered and has been kicking butt ever since. His collaborations with other artists have been met by rave reviews. I love his recent track with the surviving Nirvana boys and Paul McCartney. It just rocked!

His most recent collaboration is the sound track from his documentary – Sound City.

In this video, Dave Grohl hits it out of the park with two of Foo Fighters greatest hits … “Walk” and “Pretender” – acoustic.

Have an awesome weekend…

Saturday Music Memories – FANTASTIC Cover…

I was finishing high school in the early 90’s when grunge exploded. Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Stone Temple Pilots and Alice In Chains hit the music scene and caused quite a stir. They are still some of my favourite bands today!

I have always been a huge fan of Alice In Chains and was saddened by the loss of their lead singer Layne Staley many years ago.

The band has reunited with a new singer, and is sounding fantastic once again.

I stumbled across this acoustic gem of Nutshell by Monicka Hove many months ago and listen to it often. Her voice is very memorable and I think she does a remarkable job.

You can check out her music at: http://www.youtube.com/monhove or https://www.facebook.com/monhove

Have a great weekend!