There are thousands upon thousands of rock songs about holding on, and not surprisingly, a number of different schools of thought regarding exactly how one should go about doing the holding. Is it better to hold on tight or hold on loosely? We're pitting the Electric L
Stop us if you've heard this one before. Following the cancellation of SeaWorld concerts by REO Speedwagon, Cheap Trick and Heart in the past week, 38 Special have just wiped the aquatic theme park off its list of upcoming shows.
By the time ‘Special Forces’ came out in 1982, .38 Special was five albums deep into their career, spawned from a swampy locale that had already produced its share of Southern Rock gold and platinum records.
.38 Special came out of Jacksonville, Fla., following in
With ‘Hold On Loosely,' .38 Special and Survivor’s Jim Peterik, who co-wrote the song, captured an emotional tug of war that was instantly identifiable to every single walking, raging pack of hormones who was alive in the ‘80s, both male and female. They also earned a spot on our Top 100 Classic Rock Songs list.
Southern rock greats 38 Special have just released a live rendition of their 1981 hit song, 'Hold on Loosely' to radio. The track was originally recorded for their fourth studio album, 'Wild-Eyed Southern Boys.'
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