This blog focuses on classic rock of which Southern Rock has been major part. Historically our company has focused on pianos and organs and the Hammond Organ in particular. The Hammond B3 being a major component of rock bands.
At this time we discuss all instruments and performers. We are also voting for top bands of all time. Please submit your votes. A major criteria is length of time that the band has been playing.
Certain bands you have no problem voting for. You know they are tops in their field. The Allman Brothers are one of those bands. You can’t help but wonder what makes a band so good that people would listen to them for almost 50 years. People have been paying to see them in concert. Paying to buy albums and download their music. Like the band members. The music never gets old. But the Allman Brothers have a rich history going back to the 60’s when Gregg and Duane pioneered the band.
Here is a selection of songs which are some of their best. More to come!!!!
This is a great song and it was performed by The “Band” at The First Congregational Church in Torrington. We will be coming up with the roster of who performed. We had a singer, a piano player, two guitarists a bassist a violin player, and more. They put on such a fantastic job and they deserve credit. Give it a like. They will be coming back soon. The song has a definite country feel.
Man I lucked out. I was surfing Pandora Radio the other day. Man I heard something really different. So cool it was unbelievable. I see the band Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters. Where have they been? Full bio coming out soon. In the meantime I will give you a taste. Reeeeeel Blues!!! These guys really do it. Check it out with the first song on the recent album “just for today”. It is called “The Big Train”. Just Click! And more coming!!
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We particularly like this video as a theme song. The author/composer Mellencamp really represented Small Town America as we know and love it. He also John Cougar Mellncamp put out this song in the 80’s but it still stands strong.