I'm brand-spanking-new to LJ and this community, so I have no idea what I'm doing, but hey. Figured this was a nice place to start. I've loved classic rock ever since I started watching Supernatural and realized the music they played on the show was a million times better than anything on my MP3 player. Now my playlist is all suffed full with Blue Oyster Cult, Zeppelin, CCR, Metallica - y'know, all the bands my friends can't stand. It's nice to know there're people out there under thirty who actually know all the words to "Flaming Telepaths".
[19-40] Bruce Springsteen [PLUS 3 banners and a wallpaper]
[41-47] Bob Dylan
[48-49] David Bowie
[50-59] Neil Young
[60-80] Amy Winehouse [plus 3 banners]
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Cheap Chick, The Red Hearts, The Randies, The Thingz @ Club Spaceland (1717 Silver Lake Blvd, LA, 90026)
Cheap Chick are four foxy women devoted to emulating the golden era of Cheap Trick. To Cheap Chick, every one of their performances has the energy of Cheap Trick's early shows at Humpin' Hannah's and the magnitude of Budokan. They realize the inherent irony of being rock star impersonators, and revel in their never-ending quest for tribute band realism. They take the best of the band’s catalog and pump up the estrogen factor, turn-up the sex-appeal and peak out the VU meter. They’ve got the chops as well as the attitude; they nail the songs with force and serve it all up with a healthy dose of a true love for the world's greatest power pop band - Cheap Trick.
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