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I've done a search and nothing came up that didn't involve the course. I felt bad posting about music on the Music City fitting thread. So I decided to start a new thread.

Music is the topic and what kind of music do you listen to and good bands. I listen to multiple kinds of music and it depends on my mood to what I listen to. I also go to lots of concerts a year and I will go to many genres of shows.

I listen to punk rock, folk, country, and metal. I don't listen to the crappy modern take on country I listen to the good stuff. The folk music I listen to is not the normal folk it's guys that played punk and it's something different. So let's hear it bands and music genre. If you like older country but not newer stuff I can give you some newer stuff that is close to the old stuff.

 

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I've done a search and nothing came up that didn't involve the course. I felt bad posting about music on the Music City fitting thread. So I decided to start a new thread.

Music is the topic and what kind of music do you listen to and good bands. I listen to multiple kinds of music and it depends on my mood to what I listen to. I also go to lots of concerts a year and I will go to many genres of shows.

I listen to punk rock, folk, country, and metal. I don't listen to the crappy modern take on country I listen to the good stuff. The folk music I listen to is not the normal folk it's guys that played punk and it's something different. So let's hear it bands and music genre. If you like older country but not newer stuff I can give you some newer stuff that is close to the old stuff.

 

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SWMBO and I have gone to a ton of concerts over the years even thou we have completely different tastes in music. She's Mo-Town I'm all over the place from Eagles to Pink Floyd to Led Zeppelin to Willie Nelson with ZZ Top and Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young to Bob Dylan to Skynard to Kansas.

Like I said I'm all over the place. Hope this Thread goes somewhere.

 

 

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Def Leppard, Poison, Motley Crue, AC/DC, are heavy on my jogging playlist but I also think George Jones is the greatest thing since sliced bread. I've really been on a Hank kick lately. Simon & Garfunkel to name a few

 

I have XM radio and Willies Roadhouse and Hair Nation our my favorite channels. I also go 60's-80's.

 

 

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My choice of music depends on the activity. When I'm working out you'll find everything from Madonna to AC DC on my playlist. When I'm working outside or in the garage I'm playing my BBQ or Beach playlist which includes everything from LRB to Jimmy Buffet to 80's bands like Foreigner, Journey, etc. Guests over and you'll hear everything from Enya to Sade to soft Jazz. Guess I just like music with limited exception (not into rap, grunge rock, etc)

 

Oh and when I'm playing golf alone you'll hear either 'it's a long way to the top' or 'eye of the tiger' on the first tee

 

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Rick I hope it goes somewhere too. If I'm at work I like my country it keeps me from yelling at stupid people. When in the gym it's metal or punk. Time to relax it's folk.

I agree sometimes it comes down to what you're doing as to what to listen to.

 

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I pretty much listen to 80's R&B most of the time. Groups like the Gap Band, Maze and Frankie Beverly, The Time, Prince, Freddie Jackson, Alexander O'Neal, Loose Ends, Michael Jackson, Jeffrey Osborne, and the best EVER, Luther Vandross, to name a few.

 

 

 

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I listen to everything... Classical, rock, pop, country new wave, rap, grunge..., but growing up in the 80s, I listen to that genre the most 😁

 

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About 15 years ago SWMBO got into volunteer group that worked at music theater. She worked shows, unpaid as an usher but got to see all shows for free. After a while she saw everyone who was anyone Yes, Bob Dylan, Tony Bennet, Joe Cocker, CS&N, Deep Purple, Government Mule, Phil Lesh Neil Young Crazy Horse. Get the picture, sooo I jumped on board except I did some minor security stuff but still got to see the shows. We saw everyone on tour for that 10 year span. Good run. Can't even list who we saw.

 

 

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I enjoy a lot of older music from the 80's and 90's. The country music from then was very good. It's funny though how our tastes change. Right now I really enjoy Altnation on XM.

 

 

 

 

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I am a child of the 80s so my preferred music is from that era. Genres would be pop, alternative, rock, punk, etc. I have lots of stuff on my phone so the songs could be anything from artists like ac/dc, buffet, b52s, Ramones, Nirvana, 21 pilots, Eminem, etc.

 

having a teenage daughter has exposed me to some of the more current artists. Not into classical or country.

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Let's see.. product of the 80's myself.. spent 2 years as the head Dj at the biggest Country bar on the west coast.. yea I'm all over the place. Not so much hip hop or grunge though..

 

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Let's see.. product of the 80's myself.. spent 2 years as the head Dj at the biggest Country bar on the west coast.. yea I'm all over the place. Not so much hip hop or grunge though..

 

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DJ, I'm guessing you'd get tired of the same songs every night. Back in our “rowdy days” it seemed like they played the same songs over and over.

 

It is to the point that I can't stand Bob Seger “turn the page “

 

 

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My tastes have evolved over the years. I will always be a Rocker (old school metal head) but I love Blues too.

 

I have rather eclectic tastes now days. Rock, Blues, Celtic, Americana, Cajun Swamp Blues?, Progressive Bluegrass, Blues/Jazz Fusion, etc.......

 

I'm on a big Snowy White and Robben Ford kick right now.

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Man. I'm really into Flamenco right now, and classical guitar. Always liked acoustic stuff: JJ, DMB. But now that I'm older, I find joy in listening to classical stuff.

 

 

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My tastes have evolved over the years. I will always be a Rocker (old school metal head) but I love Blues too.

 

I have rather eclectic tastes now days. Rock, Blues, Celtic, Americana, Cajun Swamp Blues?, Progressive Bluegrass, Blues/Jazz Fusion, etc.......

 

I'm on a big Snowy White and Robben Ford kick right now.

We've been attending Bluegrass jam sessions on Wednesday afternoons. Some exPros and amateurs, it's really good.

 

 

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"I like both kinds of music - country and western."   :D

 

Actually, my taste in music has run the gamut, starting with old time rock & roll.  50's 60's 70's and early 80's.  I also love R&B, most jazz and classical.  

 

A few favs include in no particular order;  Pink Floyd, Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Guess Who, Moody Blues, Michael Jackson, Sade Adu

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"I like both kinds of music - country and western." :D

 

Actually, my taste in music has run the gamut, starting with old time rock & roll. 50's 60's 70's and early 80's. I also love R&B, most jazz and classical.

 

A few favs include in no particular order; Pink Floyd, Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Guess Who, Moody Blues, Michael Jackson, Sade Adu

”Blues Brothers “ reference?

 

 

 

 

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I was afraid that maybe it wasn't. Then I'd have to explain my comment! I always liked The Good Ole Boys

 

 

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Not too many of us remember! That was a classic movie - I especially like belushi on the ground in the tunnel with his excuses. Not to mention I had a nun like that in Catholic grammar school - I think her name was Sister Mary of Perpetual Punishment.

 

 

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