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Paul McCartney Refutes Ringo Starrs Allegations that He Died in 1966

Paul McCartney ultimately responded today towards the questionable conditions created final Thursday Ringo Starr, by his bandmate, during a meeting using the Artist Inquirer. Ringo supposed the John that was actual had perished in 1966 and have been changed with a look alike called a declare which John dismisses whilst the rambling of the senile old-man, Shears Campbbell.

Mister John chose to ask the press to his main home on the borders of Peasmarsh’s little city, to place a finish towards the gossips that have been distributing and spreading during the last couple of days and also in Sussex, to oppose the accusations.

I understand that Ringo keeps growing senile and dropping his thoughts, states Friend John, but they doesn’t need certainly to create these idiotic tales to attract interest. They possibly noticed they thought envious and that Wings was going to be inducted in to the Stone Area of popularity. Ive observed Ringo state and do numerous silly issues in my own life! If hes so poorly looking for press protection, they might simply create garbage about themself without implicating myself in his delirium they included using vengeance.

Sir Paul looked visibly tired and irritated during the press conference, appearing even agressive at times.

Mister John annoyed throughout the media meeting, showing actually intense sometimes and appeared noticeably exhausted.

This refusal by Paul McCartney will definitely not provide a finish for this tale, nevertheless, as numerous research have now been started to find out holds true identification, Following The Uk MI5s declare on Wednesday, the loudspeaker for that Berlin community prosecutors workplace, Michael Grunwald, verified on Fri to journalists the office can also be examining statements that Mister Paul McCartney might be an impostor.

This analysis in Berlin uses Ringos accusations get introduced an urgent perspective to some thirty-one-year-old paternal situation in Indonesia, concerning McCartney. In 1983, after Hubers stated to become his illegitimate child Mister John was requested to provide body examples to get a genetic paternal check.

53-year-old Hubers, who functions like a nanny at a classic individuals house in Berlin, statements Erika Hubers, her mom, experienced an event using the Uk artist between 1959. At that time the Beatles were enjoying on Hamburgs notorious Reeperbahn and hadnt but increased to popularity. Ms. Hubers experienced an unsuccessful take profession underneath the title Tina McCartney, but Friend John offers usually refused they was her dad, and also the unique paternal check supported his statements. In 2007 she stated that the paternal check had been faked by McCartney, as she supposed that the look alike experienced obtained Mister Pauls devote the courtroom situation.

She today needs a genetics check to evaluate that of sibling, Peter McCartney and her very own genetics, better-known under his expert title of Mike McGear, to show she’s really the child of the McCartney that is actual.

I’ve numerous evidence that Mister John isn’t truly Mister John, she informed the bulk-flow Bild Zeitung. The personal about the aged court papers is fake! We’ve discovered the personal is from the righthanded individual, but John is left handed. The test isn’t actually in the blood-type that is correct! I’m sure the person faking to become Paul McCartney is actually Billy Shears, and that I need genetics screening on Pauls sibling, to explain this issue when as well as for most

Ms. Hubers still demands to be recognized as the daughter of the

Hubers nevertheless needs to become thought to be the real McCartney, that could create her permitted obtain vast sums of bucks of inheritance’s child.

This debate that is unusual hasbeen developing a large amount of the social networking during the week and also buzz within the tabloids famous meeting the Artist Inquirer. The Beatles’ previous percussionist experienced supposed the real McCartney had perished in a vehicle accident in Nov 1966 and have been changed from the McCartney look’s champion Shears Campbell was called by competition.

A Fascinating Look At 30 Historic Rock N Roll Photos

Nothing identifies us or makes us more inspired than good music. The bands and their songs that shaped us and how we view politics, girls, drugs, depression, joy and anger are the fabric that helps us get through life with some joy. Take a look back at some of history’s finest rock moments with this gallery of legends.

The Sex Pistols 1977

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They Sold Their Souls for Rock N Roll: The Michael Jackson, Aleister Crowley, Liberace Connection

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They Sold Their Souls for Rock N Roll is a mildly notorious 2004 Christian indoctrination video series meant to scare kids away from Satanic rock music, and even apparently some easy listening and country and western as well. (Young people have eclectic iTunes playlists and the devils minions know this.)

With an awful lot of screen time to fill, the producers of They Sold Their Souls for Rock N Roll didnt just go for the more obvious targetsKISS (aka Kids in Satans Service). Led Zeppelin, Ozzy, Judas Priest, etcthey dug deeper into the Satanic morass, managing to pull Garth Brooks, Billy Joel and even Liberace into their rambling and logically spurious thesis which is spread out over either four or ten volumes (there are two versions):

Is it true that Satan is the master musician working behind the popular music scene and influencing our youth?
Fasten your seat belts as you go on an eye-popping ride upon the roller coaster of Rock, and find out how Rocks most popular artists have Sold Their Souls for Rock and Roll. In this mind-blowing expose Pastor Joe Schimmel reveals just how Satan has been effectively using popular music to undermine Gods plan for the family and ultimately heralding the coming of the Antichrist and his kingdom on earth.

This full-length video series contains 10 hours of eye-popping, rare, and some never before seen footage that will leave you picking your jaw up off the ground, as you see hundreds of artists (most of whom are not covered in the abbreviated 3-hour version) being used by Satan to destroy many lives. Come behind the scenes with us as we expose the deceptive agendas of many of yesterday and todays secular artists, such as: Elvis, The Doors, Led Zeppelin, U2, Creed, Madonna, Britney Spears, DMX, Tupac, Tori Amos, and many more.

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Its time to remove the blinders guard yourself and those you love from one of Satans most powerful tools!

Ooh, talk about earnest. Naturally Marilyn Manson gets blamed for a lot of this devilish devilry and figures prominently, but ascribing all that infernal power to a dude who spends two hours doing his make-up before he leaves the house never seems to strike the producers as even the teensiest bit silly…

Pastor Joseph Schimmel is not actually the host of the series, as stated on the box coverits actor Grant Goodeve who you might recall from The Love Boat, Eight is Enough or Northern Exposure. But if that is Schimmel breathlessly reciting the voice overyou can hear his saliva hitting the mic throughout the entire thing, as he repeatedly trips over his wordshe should have paid Goodeve the extra bucks to narrate as well as host. It sounds like hes amped up on crank and drooling the entire time. Say it, dont spray it, Reverend…

Heres one particularly good short sample of the, er… charms, I guess, of They Sold Their Souls for Rock N Roll that explains how Michael Jackson used an Aleister Crowley-style ritual to contact the spirit of Liberace! Crowley gets blamed for everything here, dont you know? Scroll in to about 2:20 to start.

Part one of They Sold Their Souls for Rock N Roll. Should you wish to torture yourself with more, its easy enough to find the rest.

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Welcome to the Jungle Live – Guns N’ Roses reunion

Guns N’ Roses performed together in an arena for the first time in 24 years at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on April 8, 2016.

Axel Rose took the stage despite a broken foot and performed from the same throne that Dave Grohl used when he broke his leg in 2015.

“Welcome To The Jungle”

Welcome to the jungle
We’ve got fun ‘n’ games
We got everything you want
Honey, we know the names
We are the people that can find
Whatever you may need
If you got the money, honey
We got your disease

[CHORUS:]

In the jungle
Welcome to the jungle
Watch it bring you to your
knees, knees
I wanna watch you bleed

Welcome to the jungle
We take it day by day
If you want it you’re gonna bleed
But it’s the price you pay
And you’re a very sexy girl
That’s very hard to please
You can taste the bright lights
But you won’t get them for free
In the jungle
Welcome to the jungle
Feel my, my, my serpentine
I, I wanna hear you scream

Welcome to the jungle
It gets worse here everyday
Ya learn ta live like an animal
In the jungle where we play
If you got a hunger for what you see
You’ll take it eventually
You can have anything you want
But you better not take it from me

[CHORUS]

And when you’re high you never
Ever want to come down, YEAH!

You know where you are
You’re in the jungle baby
You’re gonna die
In the jungle
Welcome to the jungle
Watch it bring you to your
knees, knees
In the jungle
Welcome to the jungle
Feel my, my, my serpentine
In the jungle
Welcome to the jungle
Watch it bring you to your
knees, knees
In the jungle
Welcome to the jungle
Watch it bring you to your
It’ gonna bring you down-HA!
 

Top 30 Most Influential Classic Rock Songs (part 3 of 3)

This is part 3 of 3 for the series on the Top 30 Most Influential Classic Rock Songs.

If you haven’t read (and listened) to the first parts, here’s links to where you can find them.

 

22. Tom Sawyer by Rush
We’ve heard that you either love them or hate them, not sure if that’s true or not but this Canadian band exploded onto the scene with their blend of synthesizers and drums in this epic song about a modern day rebel.

23. American Woman by The Guess Who
This song has been covered several times by other famous rock artists for good reason – it’s a classic that blends acoustic blues with hard rock.

24. Piece of My Heart by Janis Joplin
Another member of 27 club, Janis Joplin left her mark on rock music with this little gem that was one of many songs that made psychedelic rock famous.

25. Rocky Mountain Way by Joe Walsh
Though we might have subbed Life’s Been Good in this slot, Joe Walsh’s solo career (remember that cool little band, The Eagles?) was marked with attitude and exceptional instrumentals.

26. Renegade by Styx
Another cool blend of acoustic and hard rock, Renegade propelled Styx to stardom and worked story-telling into the rock world as much as any of the songs here.

27. Somebody to Love by Jefferson Airplane
It’s hard to go wrong with Grace Slick on lead vocals, but Jefferson Airplane made their mark with this influential hit that frequents modern media today.

28. House of the Rising Sun by The Animals
Traditionally a folk song, The Animals amped up and modernized this cautionary tale about a life gone wrong.

29. Hold On Loosely by .38 Special
A song about lost love would not be so effective if not blended with the right instrumentals. While it wasn’t the only stellar release by .38 Special, Hold on Loosely works to make you feel better about losing love.

30. Carry on Wayward Son by Kansas
Kansas also had a huge hit with Dust In The Wind that almost edged out Carry On Wayward Son but this one is a bit more uplifting so it gets the nod.

Honorable Mentions
You just can’t have a top 30 list without a few honorable mentions. These favorites were pretty close but didn’t quite make the cut for one reason or other.

  • Like a Rolling Stone or The Hurricane by Bob Dylan
  • Don’t Stop Believin’ by Journey
  • Low Rider by War
  • Don’t Bring Me Down by Electric Light Orchestra
  • Show Me The Way by Peter Frampton
  • Don’t Fear the Reaper by Blue Oyster Cult
  • The Joker by The Steve Miller Band

Top 30 Most Influential Classic Rock Songs (part 2 of 3)

This is part 2 of 3 for the series on the Top 30 Most Influential Classic Rock Songs.

If you haven’t read (and listened) to the first parts, here’s links to where you can find them.

11. Fortunate Son by Creedence Clearwater Revival
Though CCR has a number of other hits that are certainly list-worthy, Fortunate Son made a statement and was representative of a particular difficult time in American history and has been regularly used for protests.

12. Light My Fire by The Doors
Jim Morrison’s complex lyrics coupled with the musical brilliance of Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger, and John Densmore altered the American rock scene in the 1960s and 70s with a number of tunes but Light My Fire became their signature song and claims this spot on the list.

13. Hotel California by The Eagles
Cool lyrics, catchy beat, and a smooth presentation make Hotel California one of the most notable rock songs of all time. Forget that every member of The Eagles managed to hit with solo careers and appreciate the music they made as a band.

14. Turn the Page by Bob Seger
We may get some backlash for choosing Turn the Page over some of the more popular songs but it was one of the earliest hits and molded not only who Bob Seger would become but influenced a number of later rock artists.

15. American Girl by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers entered the music scene in 1976 and haven’t stopped yet. Their sound is unique, and not just because of Petty’s unusual voice.

16. More than a Feeling by Boston
Who doesn’t crank up the radio when this song comes on? A blend of uplifting and nostalgic, this tune was never a question on this list.

17. Space Oddity by David Bowie
The recent passing of David Bowie only served to remind us how important he was to rock music. Perhaps Changes would have been a better selection….

18. Ramblin’ Man by The Allman Brothers
Ah, the Allman Brothers, who could ever forget them with their iconic look and blend of southern rock, blues and a lot of rock and roll?

19. Rocket Man by Elton John
Another brilliant musical mind, Elton John has been around the block and back again as he’s evolved over the years but we cannot forget his raucous wardrobes or his contributions to rock.

20. Go Your Own Way by Fleetwood Mac
Entering the scene in the 1970s behind the stunningly haunting lady vocalist, Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac endured ups and downs and breakups to alter the face of rock bands with their unique style – both physical and melodic.

 

This was part 2 of our 3 part series of the Top 30 Most Influential Classic Rock Songs, want to see the rest?

Top 30 Most Influential Classic Rock Songs

A debate rages on in the world of music – what is the best classic rock song of all time?

It is doubtful that we will ever see a unanimous agreement on number one but that’s alright in our book.

Whether you err on the side of Zeppelin’s Stairway to Heaven, stand steadfast behind Aerosmith’s Dream On, or argue for Gimme Shelter by the Rolling Stones, you have to admit that all three are among the most impactful tunes of all time.

So sit back and reminisce over this list of the top 30 most influential classic rock songs – in no particular order, of course!

1. Dream on by Aerosmith
Sure, we could have gone with Sweet Emotion but Aerosmith’s ballad, penned by a 17-year-old Steven Tyler, is an epic ode to growing older and wondering where the time went. Backed by stellar instrumentals, Dream On has become an epic ode to an age old question.

2. Stairway to Heaven by Led Zeppelin
Affectionately referred to as Stairway, this Zeppelin classic may be the most played song on any classic rock station. It is often set as the number one rock song of all time, whether it is or isn’t, Stairway blends all aspects of classic rock in one timeless tune. Incidentally, Kashmir was a close contender to represent Led Zeppelin’s undeniable influence on classic rock.

3. Gimme Shelter by The Rolling Stones
Let’s be honest, we could make a playlist comprised solely of Stones songs but Gimme Shelter is widely regarded as epic. We would mention Sympathy for the Devil, Angie, and Beast of Burden as heavy influencers as well, but it’s probably safer to stick with our pick. Gimme Shelter is a commentary on a particularly brutal and painful time in history and the addition of Merry Clayton’s voice added another dimension to the track making it one of their most visionary songs.

4. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles
We can’t discuss rock music without mentioning The Beatles. They truly changed the face of music for generations. Sgt. Pepper is flashy and fun with a catchy, earworm-worthy chorus. The entire track list for that album is immortalized – from Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds to When I’m Sixty-Four, the Beatles in their colorful costumes and with quirky sounds, redefined music once again.

5. Back in Black by AC/DC
So maybe this verges on heavy metal, but Back in Black has every right to be considered an influential rock classic. Released just 5 months after Brian Johnson replaced Bon Scott as AC/DC’s lead singer, the song affirmed the band’s choice to replace the deceased Scott with Johnson.

6. All Along the Watchtower by Jimi Hendrix
With only three verses, Watchtower survives on Hendrix’s incredible instrumentals. It is often posited that the song is representative of Hendrix and allowed him to express the three sides of himself both lyrically and melodically.

7. Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen
It would be impossible to overlook this Queen classic. A brilliant and utterly unique blend of multiple seemingly incongruous aspects of music, Bohemian Rhapsody showcased the very best of Freddie Mercury and cemented his place as rock royalty. Who else could combine opera with hard rock in one song?

8. Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd
The Wall is arguably one of the most famous rock albums of all time so it’s no stretch to add Comfortably Numb to this list.

9. Pinball Wizard by The Who
Touted as the first rock musical, Tommy is about a master pinball player who is deaf, dumb and blind.

10. Free Bird by Lynyrd Skynyrd
Known for popularizing southern rock, Lynyrd Skynyrd was launched to fame with hits like Free Bird, Simple Man, and the southern rock anthem, Sweet Home Alabama.

 

This was part 1 of our 3 part series of the Top 30 Most Influential Classic Rock Songs, want to see the rest?

 

The Top 10 Warren Zevon Songs

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We were asked on our Facebook page to share some more Warren Zevon songs. So we decided what better way to do this than by creating a post about the top 10 Warren Zevon songs.

10) “Detox Mansion”

From: ‘Sentimental Hygiene’ (1987)
9

“Carmelita”

From: ‘Warren Zevon’ (1976)

8) “Lawyers, Guns and Money”

From: ‘Excitable Boy’ (1978)
7

“Frank and Jesse James”

From: ‘Warren Zevon’ (1976)

6) “Splendid Isolation”

From: ‘Transverse City’ (1989)

5) “Accidentally Like a Martyr”

From: ‘Excitable Boy’ (1978)

4) “Werewolves of London”

From: ‘Excitable Boy’ (1978)

3) “Keep Me in Your Heart”

From: ‘The Wind’ (2003)

2) “Poor Poor Pitiful Me”

From: ‘Warren Zevon’ (1976)

1) “Excitable Boy”

From: ‘Excitable Boy’ (1978)

What did you think of our list of Warren Zevon songs?

“I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll” Video and Lyrics

“I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll”
(originally by Arrows)

I saw him dancing there by the record machine
I knew he must have been about seventeen
The beat was going strong
Playing my favorite song
And I could tell it wouldn’t be long till he was with me, yeah me
And I could tell it wouldn’t be long till he was with me, yeah me

Singing, I love rock and roll
So put another dime in the jukebox, baby
I love rock and roll
So come and take your time and dance with me
Ow!

He smiled, so I got up and asked for his name
But that don’t matter, he said, ’cause it’s all the same
He said, “Can I take you home
Where we can be alone?”
And next we were moving on, he was with me, yeah me
Next we were moving on, he was with me, yeah me

Singing, I love rock and roll
So put another dime in the jukebox, baby
I love rock and roll
So come and take your time and dance with me
Ow!

He said, “Can I take you home
Where we can be alone?”
Next we’re moving on, he was with me, yeah me
And we’ll be moving on and singing that same old song, yeah with me

Singing I love rock and roll
So put another dime in the jukebox, baby
I love rock and roll
So come and take your time and dance with me

I love rock and roll
So put another dime in the jukebox, baby
I love rock and roll
So come and take your time and dance with

I love rock and roll
So put another dime in the jukebox, baby
I love rock and roll
So come and take your time and dance with

I love rock and roll
So put another dime in the jukebox, baby
I love rock and roll
So come and take your time and dance with

I love rock and roll
So put another dime in the jukebox, baby
I love rock and roll
So come and take your time and dance with me

“Livin’ On A Prayer” Video and Lyrics

 

“Livin’ On A Prayer”

Once upon a time not so long ago

Tommy used to work on the docks
Union’s been on strike
He’s down on his luck…
It’s tough, so tough

Gina works the diner all day
Working for her man,
She brings home her pay
For love, for love

She says, “We’ve gotta hold on to what we’ve got.
It doesn’t make a difference if we make it or not.
We’ve got each other and that’s a lot.
For love we’ll give it a shot.”

[Chorus:]
Whoa, we’re half way there
Whoa, livin’ on a prayer
Take my hand and we’ll make it – I swear
Whoa, livin’ on a prayer

Tommy’s got his six string in hock
Now he’s holding in
What he used to make it talk
So tough, it’s tough

Gina dreams of running away
When she cries in the night
Tommy whispers,
“Baby, it’s okay, someday…

…We’ve gotta hold on to what we’ve got.
It doesn’t make a difference if we make it or not.
We’ve got each other and that’s a lot.
For love we’ll give it a shot.”

[Chorus]

Livin’ on a prayer

We’ve gotta hold on ready or not
You live for the fight when it’s all that you’ve got

[Chorus 2x and fading]

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