Music

Top 10 Iconic Rock Songs

We have to share this video which lists watchmojo.com’s top 10 list of iconic rock songs. This is a well-produced video and these are great songs. We are sure all of us would have changes and additions if we made a top ten list like this one.



Bad Company cover by FIve Finger Death Punch with an edge

The Five Finger Death Punch cover of Bad Company’s song “Bad Company” is truly a work of modern art. Performed in a unique drop B guitar tuning Five Finger Death Punch captures fresh and exciting nuances not heard in the original version recorded by Bad Company.


Lynyrd Skynyrd – That Smell

This performance of Lynyrd Skynyrd playing “That Smell” was recorded 3 months and 7 days before the iconic southern rock band’s airplane crash in 1977. The sound quality is excellent however it was recorded in the standard 4-3 video resolution that was standard in the 1970’s.


Jimi Hendrix The Star Spangled Banner

We can think of know better way to reflect on this Memorial Day than to share Jimi Hendrix version of The Star Spangled Banner. Controversial at the time but it definitely reflects we live in a free country.


Amazing Crosby, Stills & Nash Cover

Rarely do we think the cover to a song is better than the original recording. However, this cover of Crosby Stills & Nash (CSN) tune Suite: Judy Blues Eyes is pretty darn close to perfect.


CCR Frontman John Fogerty is 72 Today

John Fogerty the famed singer/songwriter and lead guitarist for Creedance Clearwater Revival turns 72 today. Fogerty was born in Berkeley, California on May 28th, 1945. John Fogerty is listed in Rolling Stone’s list of 100 top guitarists (at number 40) and Rolling Stone’s list of top singers (at number 72).


Disturbed “The Sound of Silence”

Millions of people have viewed Disturbed’s cover of the Simon and Garfunkel classic “The Sound of Silence”. It is very intense haunting and intense rendition everyone should hear.


Top 10 Classic Rock Bands

Without question this is an excellent list of the top 10 classic rock bands of all time. This is also a superbly produced video to watch however many of us might disagree with a couple of their choices on this list.