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Friday The 13th And "Bad Luck" Rockers

Sometimes, every once in a while, rockers can be considered the unluckiest people in the world.  Since Friday the 13th is this week let’s take a look back at some of the less fortunate “bad luck”  rockers through the years. 423 more words

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WATCH: Dad's Cover Of Chris Stapleton’s ‘Tennessee Whiskey’ Goes Viral

A Texas based singer and dad recently became a YouTube sensation with his amazing cover of Chris Stapleton‘s hit song “Tennessee Whiskey.”

Kris Jones’ cover of “Tennessee Whiskey” has already racked up over three million views. 137 more words

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Mr.Classic’s Classic Rock Pick of the Day Simple Man Lynyrd Skynyrd

Simple Man Lynyrd Skynyrd

“Simple Man” Lynyrd Skynyrd’s second album, (Pronounced ‘Lĕh-‘nérd ‘Skin-‘nérd).

The song is one of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s most popular songs. Since the song became available for digital download, it has become Lynyrd Skynyrd’s third best-selling digital song after “Sweet Home Alabama” and “Free Bird”. 176 more words

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Sweet Home Alabama - John Kidd Playground

After passing through Mississippi, the last stop on my road trip was Mobile, Alabama. Finding a basketball court around here wasn’t too easy as it was getting late and we still had a lot more driving to do. 84 more words

Basketball

Padgett Powell--"The Lunacy of Gumbo" [The Short Story Advent Calendar #23] (2016)

SOUNDTRACK: MIGUEL-Tiny Desk Concert #260 (December 31, 2012).

I’d published these posts without Soundtracks while I was reading the calendars.  But I decided to add Tiny Desk Concerts to them when I realized that I’d love to post about all of the remaining 100 or shows and this was a good way to knock out 25 of them. 849 more words

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That time I asked Dickey Betts if the Allman Brothers were the originators of "southern rock"

By Steve Newton

I’ve been a big fan of “southern rock” since I first heard the Allman Brothers Band‘s version of “One Way Out” on the… 113 more words

Sounds Of The South

Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs: 210-191

210. “Bye Bye Love” – The Everly Brothers
This is another Everly Brothers song that I spent a lot of time listening to when I was four with my step-grandma, but unlike “Wake up, Little Suzie” this one is not historically interesting, nor was it badass and controversial in its day. 1,112 more words

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