#1
So, my band is playing a show tomorrow night and we just found out that we have to play for 4 hours. We have about 2 and a half hours worth of covers we know perfectly and we're VERY quick learners. I don't listen to classic rock or modern rock for that matter so I need help finding some good covers to do. The people at the bar usually like heavier AC/DC and ZZ Top kind of music when they get to drinking and dancing. Can anyone help? The songs also have to be somewhat easier considering we have about 3 hours to learn them before hand.
BRIGHT LIGHTS PUT ME IN A TRANCE.
but it aint house music that makes me want to dance.
#2
how about to much to fast to young airbourne and johnny b goode chuck berry and stepphenwolf born to be wild
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#4
move it on over (george thorogood version)- 12 bar in G
Fortunate Son- CCR
i hear you knocking- Dave Edmunds
the House is rockin'- SRV
honky tonk women
#5
We'll consider Johnny B Goode, thanks.
BRIGHT LIGHTS PUT ME IN A TRANCE.
but it aint house music that makes me want to dance.
#7
Iron Man is too cheesy, we might consider Paranoid if the people are drunk enough and want something heavy. At our last show we started playing RATM and the people loved it.
BRIGHT LIGHTS PUT ME IN A TRANCE.
but it aint house music that makes me want to dance.
#9
try out
Long Live Rock 'n' Roll-Rainbow
Mob Rules-Black Sabbath(Dio years)
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