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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by WaylonFan76, Feb 6, 2012.
a high school or college marching band...so we can ignore the half time show like days of yore!
Neil Diamond or Mitch Ryder or Bob Seger
+1. Maybe part of it on piano as well.
Van Halen fo sho!!!
EC and Steve Winwood!
With Van Halen just releasing a new album, I can see them being asked.
I also think John Fogerty would be killer for the Half Time Show. I wouldn't mind seeing Keith Urban either.
As a result of MIA flipoff incident last night, you won't be seeing anymore current pop divas next year. That's what happened after the "wardrobe malfunction." They brought in rockers like The Stones, The Who, Tom Petty, Paul McCartney, etc.
I'd love to see them class it up with Buddy Guy.
Zac Brown Band
Charlie Daniels Band
Los Lonely Boys
Mark Wenner and the Nighthawks
I also think Greg Koch would put on a hell of an amusing show!
I'd like to see either Brad Paisley or the Zac Brown Band or both.
I kept hearing it was gonna be BonJovi last year. And then I watched the game & found out it was that crap.
I'm not a fan of Bon Jovi. But based on fan appeal, they wouldda been a decent choice for a halftime show, especially if they paired up with Sugarland again.
Oh please God...Not Justin freakin Bieber.
OK hear me out, I've got it all figured. Several decades of popular music are represented, as are several different styles. And it's all live musicians, nothing overdubbed. Here we go ...
Green Day opens the show with some punchy up-tempo rock with lots of strobe lights. Then they lay back and hold down the rhythm as Lady Gaga and Trent Reznor jump out of a weird pod thing and perform a "Born This Way/ F*** You Like an Animal" medley. Then Spinal Tap and Brad Paisley perform "Stonehenge Saturday Night" with dancing druid midgets and laser lights before disappearing INTO the pod thing. Alicia Keys shows up and does some smoldering R&B with cranked up fog machines, then the stage opens and Elton John rises out of the mist with a glittery rainbow studded grand piano. Everyone left on stage sings "Rocket Man", which segues into "We Are the Champions", then the PIANO opens up and Brian May rises out on a 50 ft. pedestal and rocks the Red Special all the way home.
Dear NFL, you're welcome.
This..................synchronized middle fingers can be included if the NFL requests it......
or Paul Simon, WITH Buckwheat Zydeco.
or AC/DC (okay, they don't have anything to do with New Orleans, but I think they would be good).