Time has taken its toll on your favorite musicians. It’s basically a game of what will go first, their vocals or their knees.Concerts you can find are expensive
All classic rock performers are “legends”, which means you pay the “legends” price. How much would you pay to be graced by their presence, huh? I don’t even want to mention how much I paid for Desert Trip… cough *$1000* cough.
Speaking of expensive: All CD’s are remastered, therefore, more expensive
Money can’t buy you love, but it sure does buy you CDs. I guess you’re paying more for the “remastered” luxury?
You have two dedicated classic rock radio stations
Yep, two. TWO. 100.3 The Sound and 95.5 Klos. And sometimes, 95.5 is a bit sketchy. It’s really just a slap in the face from radio.
People don’t like bands, they just like their greatest hits
Every time someone says they like The Beatles, my follow up is “What song is better, “My Generation” or “Behind Blue Eyes?“ Those are songs from The Who… and people have a confident answer… I mean… come on.
This sets you off: I love classic rock! [Insert not classic rock music here] is awesome
Keep it together. Don’t lash out. Don’t. Oh, my fist is gripping.
Someone wearing a band shirt is a fifty-fifty
Do they actually like The Rolling Stones or did their friend wear that shirt, so they think it’s fab? You never know, but you sure do wonder.
You know too much useless information about your favorite musician
Bob Dylan, born Robert Allen Zimmerman, was born on May 24, 1941, in Duluth, Minnesota. Should I go on? Cause I can.
(Note From Writer: Dylan did classic rock at one point so he counts. I can argue all day.)
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