Author: Cedric Lucas

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By Robert Grabowski:- Being a fan of everything Bon, I would have to say the song that screams AC/DC to me, is Whole Lotta Rosie. The guitar intro is as iconic as they come. There is also one that stands out in my mind, I don’t know if it defines the band, but it surely […]

By Antonello Frau:- Quora, may you burn in hell for having me look into this question. Why? Because I cannot believe nobody has mentioned this giant yet: Stewart Copeland[1] as a drummer is simply astonishing – not to mention the fact that he is a hell of an amiable guy (this is another story, though). I […]

By Jay Snead:- Sure, they are in the Rock and Roll Hall of fame and created an international following. They had five Platinum and three Gold albums and three top-10 singles including a #1. Guitarist Rick Neilsen was especially admired, he played with Todd Rundgren, John Lennon, the Yardbirds, Foo Fighters, and Alice Cooper. His […]

By Scott MacFeeters: – He didn’t leave on bad terms, but I wouldn’t call them good terms. It could be Peter’s hairstyles that turned off the other members. The members of Genesis were feeling that Peter’s theatrics on stage was taking the focus away from the music. This is especially true of Tony Banks. The […]

By James O’Connor:- Ahhh….Jethro Tull. This is a band (named after the English agriculturalist and inventor) formed in 1967 that started as a Blues Rock/English Folk band, added some elements of Jazz Fusion and became one of England’s premier Progressive Rock bands of the era. Founder Ian Anderson has kept the band going with a […]

R J Holland, former Professional Drummer Session and Touring Bands:- Bernard Purdie came up with the Purdie Half Time Shuffle. The guy is a phenomenal drummer. If you are listening to a song and say, “Holy shit, what fantastic drumming. This drummer is showing up everyone on the record and the thing you notice most […]

By Victor Padilla:- Steven Adler, drummer and co-songwriter of the hard rock band Guns N’ Roses Guns N’ Roses classic lineup, from left to right, Izzy Stradlin, Steven Adler, Axl Rose, Duff McKagan, & Slash. In July 1987, Guns N’ Roses released its debut album, Appetite for Destruction, which to date has sold over 28 million […]

By David Brown:- The most obvious ones — Stevie Nicks, Phil Collins — have already been mentioned, but there are others: Jon Anderson of Yes: he has FIFTEEN solo albums, some done during his tenure with Yes, some not. Although one could argue that none have been quite successful. Many are out of print at […]

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