Everyone that knows me and I like all kind of music. Being a drummer I always try to listen to all kinds of music just to stay on top of what’s going on in the world. My buddy, Marc Accetta recently sent out this video to all his newsletter subscribers and it got such a great turnout and feedback from it. So I asked him if it was ok to share it with all my friends and here it is. I just thought it was kinda funny. Anyways enjoy this video and if you want to check out more videos from Marc visit his site at www.DallasSuccessCoach.com and sign up to be in his newsletter.
With 2009 rapidly approaching to an end, there has been there share of crappy music out there on the airwaves and in the clubs and there has also been alot of great songs that gave people hope, maybe not in the lyrics themselves but at least that there are still come good beats out there. I came across a very talented mashup artist, DJ Earworm (www.djearworm.com) that summed up 2009 to a tee with his mashup video titled, “United State of Pop 2009”. Here’s a look at his video…hope your song made the cut…if not…What was your favorite song of 2009?
I am currently watching the 25th Anniversary Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Concert and it is truly something that is just out of this world.
I had heard a couple of months ago on Howard Stern where they were going over the concert and all of the performers and just to think of the lineup that they were talking about, just made me wish that I was there in person being the music junkie that I am.
But now thanks to HBO they are rebroadcasting the concert and let me tell you WOW…is this an All-Star lineup…They have U2 on stage right now, which are just amazing in concert where I went to go see them earlier this year in Norman, OK…man did they put on a show, and their opening act The Black Eyed Peas were out of this world with an onstage presence that is extraordinary.
Currently, U2 just finished bringing up Bruce Springsteen to sing With or Without You. Then right after that they go straight into a song with Black Eyed Peas, U2 and Mick Jagger on vocals. I have never seen the Rolling Stones live but I can only imagine that their concerts are pretty cool to experience.
Later after U2, they are bringing up Bruce Springsteen and the legendary E Street Band playing all of their best tunes, which I can say I have seen in Philly earlier this year with my buddy Marc Accetta. To see Bruce Springsteen live in itself was an event that I had always wanted to experience but then to see him amongst East Coasters it was that much more of an experience. He has singing with him Crosby Stills, John Forgerty and many others…wow, I am so glad that I am seeing this concert and definitely recommend it for anyone out there that is a music fan. If you happened to be at this event please comment and let me know what was your favorite part of the show….