Jimi Hendrix: Widely considered to be the most influential electric guitarist in rock and roll history. Hendrix is known for “Are You Experienced”, his rendition of “All Along the Watchtower” by Dylan, and his version of “The Star-Spangled Banner”, and many others. Hendrix was one of the first artists to pioneer the use of feedback effects and signal processing with his music in the studio. Many rock and roll Icons that have come to prominence after him owe their stature to his pioneering…
1991: *Nirvana "Come As You Are"Smells Like Teen Spirit" 2001: *Saliva "Click Click Boom" 2002: *Mudvayne "Not Falling" 2004: *Papa Roach "Scars" 2005: *Fallout Boy "Sugar, We'er Going Down" *Flyleaf "All Around Me" 2006: *Breaking Benjamin "The Diary of Jane"Give Me A Sign" 2007: *Jason Aldean "Back In This Cigarette" *Linkin Park "Bleed It Out" 2011: *Pop Evil "Monster You Made Me" 2012: *Yellowcard "Awakening" *Young Guns "You Are Not (Lonely)"I Want Out"
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The Rolling Stones. Finally caught them at the Pontiac Silverdome in 1997. Glad I did. Truly a spectacle to see them! "The Greatest Rock and Roll Band of All Time", as many say. Hard to argue (although I probably would just for the heck of it!). :)
I know, it’s only rock'n'roll… but I like it.
The emergence of rock n roll was such a critical component in the way society changed, it really represented the break away children had from there parents during their teenager years