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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Wrighty, Sep 17, 2020.
I suppose you're gonna claim you missed the guitarist's "tramp stamp" too ?????
All I can say is .............. Glad they were playing wireless.
Imagine if they were plugged in. Eeek
I refuse to answer on the grounds I might get incinerated.
I must confess I liked this post mainly because how can you not like a post from a man who CONFESSES to wearing a size fifteen shoe?
Unless it's Albert Lee.
Hm. Soft-core metal country polka.
It's a concept.
Yeah and most don’t hear a thing. That happens sometimes when you’re overloading another sense.
I just don't find this attractive. D'yah know what makes a young woman attractive to me? Being able to wield a chainsaw!
As a fan of European "People's Music" this one bugs me:
Let's face it...
If some easy on the eyes youthful lady does an out of time sloppy "Purple Haze" with a Jackson through a Roland Cube then posts it on Youtube.....
100K views in a few days.
It'll take a few years for Chick Corea discussing what he played with Miles Davis to reach half that.
The handicap is real. All us ugly mofo's don't stand a chance!! We're lucky to have some Waylon Jennings records we can buy online and sulk with, lol.
I'd contribute $5.00 to buy that guy some eyebrows. He must have been in some accident.
I think that boy's underwear is on too tight too from the sound of his voice.
Hey, at least they tried to hit all the notes, unlike these chumps:
About the video in OP:
That is not meant to be country music. It's simple, maybe stupid, party music, borrowing some elements from country music. It's meant to be fun. You know, sort of like a joke.
Not really, i agree.....
I went to YouTube and watched them. Again. And again. And again.
Put together a bunch of eye candy and have them shake around. Happens all the time in America.
Anytime you see a band where everyone is wearing those headset microphones....you can expect better visuals than audio.
I agree with the idea that they are like a resort house band. Something you might see on a small side stage at Disney, Great America, or maybe a big, kitschy hotel. Former cheerleaders (or European equivalent) who still want to have fun. I say more power to them, but I certainly wouldn't go out of my way to see them.
I'm happy to see Country Music's expansion across Europe. I don't compare it to the American Bluegrass and Country Music, that would be an unfair.
I appreciate what they are doing on stage. It ain't easy to get up there jump up and down, play your instrument, sing, stay in time, and avoid crashing into one another or busting your ass! And look good while doing it!
KUDOS TO YOU GIRLS! KEEP ON ROCKIN AND STOMPIN!