Short of references to eye color, perhaps no other body part has had as much classic rock prose committed to it as the leg – proof positive that more rockers’ minds live in the proverbial basement than in the penthouse, so to speak
Ah, Thanksgiving: A time of family, football, and -- of course -- food. For most people, turkey and stuffing are the cornerstones of the annual feast, but figuring out what else to serve can get tricky, so we decided to consult songs from some of our favorite classic rockers for a little extra help
Pie songs are surprisingly easy to find on your local classic rock station, and what better time than Thanksgiving to run down some of our favorites odes to this popular dessert? (Plus, we gotta be honest, there were very few turkey songs out there
A wise man once said it's better to burn out than fade away, and on Thanksgiving Day of 1976, one of the best live acts of the rock era went out in a blaze of glory.
He helped lead the Band through the most iconic Thanksgiving celebration in rock history with 'The Last Waltz,' but he's also an artist who's celebrated his Native American heritage on recordings like 'Contact From the Underworld of Redboy,' so it shouldn't surprise anyone that Robbie Robertson has a somewhat complicated relationship with the holiday.
As you join your family and count down all the reasons you have to be grateful this Thanksgiving, don't forget the classic rock blessings that have and will come your way, too. Such as what, you ask? How about the fact that Black Sabbath's original line up is back, the Rolling Stones seem to be stirring to life, and you haven't been the target of Foo Fighters' arch enemy Courtney Love, otherwise known as the widow Kurt Cobain.