This one never gets old. Jason Bonham, Robert Plant and Jimmy Page sitting next to John Paul Jones, Heart along with gospel backing and a full choir, Simply exquisite. Here’s hoping there can be a comeback for events like this one sponsored by the White House.
Alice Cooper for president, of course. Here is his latest campaign ad updated for 2020.
With the pinnacle of their career perhaps behind them Greta Van Fleet still is one of the best Rock and Roll bands in the business. Here is their latest video in advance of a new record hopefully coming out soon.
A band so cool if they didn’t exist I would have to make them up myself.
From his recent performance on Saturday Night Live. If he’s not the coolest guy in Rock and Roll today this side of DSave Grohl, he’s certainly in the running for the title.
Marcus King’s El Dorado is one of the best records of the year, genre be damned. Here, he lays down a terrific version of The Carpenters “Superstar.”
Sure, they haven’t quite lived up to the hype from their earlier days, but all things considered, they are a properly good live band.
Live from Memphis on Ditty T.V. Elizabeth Cook sings a song from her recently released record, Aftermath. And, of course, don’t sleep on her Outlaw Radio shadow on Sirius XM.
The new record doesn’t come out until next year but here is a little placeholder of a single from this Nashville-based band that is actually cool.
Several nods to Lynyrd Skynrd the boys from Black Stone Cherry prove yet again that rock is not dead.