It’s a new year and our band is always looking to add new songs to the set list. As a largely 80’s cover band, you can’t get much more “80’s”
While driving my younger daughter, Gemma, to the airport this weekend as she headed back to school, she asked me if I heard the new Miley Cyrus song. I said,
R.E.M. put out some high energy tunes in the 80’s and 90’s, including this song which became an unofficial theme song for the Denver Broncos, as I recall.
This time of year, everyone thinks of “Last Christmas”, “Do They Know It’s Christmas”, “All I Want For Christmas Is You”, etc. But those are the biggies. This song is
Everything is wonderful…Being here is heavenly… The Professor Of Rock called this one of the greatest hidden gems of the 1980s. Absolutely! Hidden is right! Just try to find this
Our band has recently added another Billy Idol song to our set list. While scrolling through other hits, this one popped up. Great song! But not sure if the tempo
This one popped on my streaming feed recently and noticed the bass really groovin on this one — way more than I remembered. I’m glad I didn’t skip it. Instead,
I think I’m about to hop onto an R.E.M. kick. Prepare for more soon. They created so many fun, uptempo songs in the 80s. Most have really distinctive bass lines.
At one of our recent “Retroflection” rehearsals, our guitarists said, “Name that tune” and played 2 chords. I recognized those 2 chords instantly as the first two chords from this
Great song! Very fun to play.
We hacked our way through it without much of rehearsal at the last couple gigs and the crowd reaction was surprising. This is definitely one that we will be working on perfecting and featuring at future “Retroflection” gigs in the SF Bay Area.
I played this on my 1973 Fender Jazz bass guitar into a Fender Rumble Stage 800 amp. Recorded with GarageBand. … Continue readingI’ll Be There For You (Theme from “Friends”) – The Rembrandts – Pop/90s – 1995