One drives a 1.2 Million dollar Hennessey Venom GT, yet another just received a one off custom built Ferrari. Today on The List, join Dan for Rock Stars and their cool cars!
No Alibis-Eric Clapton-Ferrari
Drive My Car-Beatles- Paul McCartney — Lexus LS600H
The Other Side-Aerosmith-Steven Tyler-Hennessey Venom GT
Back in Black-AC/DC-Brian Johnson-Many Cars
Thunder Road-Bruce Springsteen-1957 Chevrolet Bel Air/1960 Corvette
Today on The List-The British are coming…again! Dan has chosen 5 of the most impressive early 80s “synth-pop” bands. It was a new decade and English acts were once again having their way with us. Now, the top band rises above the rest. They have sold over 100 million records and were dubbed “The prettiest boys in rock.”
A Flock of Seagulls-I Ran
Thompson Twins-Hold Me Now
Eurythymics-Would I Lie to You
Tears for Fears-Head Over Heals
Duran Duran-Girls on Film
Get ready for “Songs in the Key of Life” today on The List. Life in the Fast Lane, Life’s Been Good to me so far, You get it. What you may not get is the tie between the Denver Nuggets and the final song on The List.
Life in the Fast Lane-Eagles
Life’s Been Good to me So Far-Joe Walsh
What is Life-George Harrison
Life During Wartime-Talking Heads
Have you ever had a most excellent 3 minute egg? Well, today on The List, Dan counts down the 5 best 3 minute rock songs ever invented. The Beatles have one, Queen whipped one up, but it’s a band who may do a farewell concert next year to mark 50 years in rock who top The List!
They are rock’s richest vocalists. Worth anywhere between 305 million and 800 million dollars! Dan will go Casey Kasem and count 'em down for ya! Oh, there is only one American on The List and he’s probably not who you think!
Tumbling Dice-Rolling Stones-Mick Jagger 305 Million
Levon-Elton John-320 Million
Fins-Jimmy Buffet-400 Million
Mysterious Ways-U2-Bono 600 Million
I’ve Got a Feeling (Live)-Paul McCartney 800 Million
Bass and Drums are often the unsung heroes of rock and roll. A killer rhythm section will make a band soar. Well, with that in mind, Dan will count down rock’s top rhythm sections. The battle for number one is on.
Where the Streets Have No Name-U2-Larry Mullen Jr. & The Edge
Spirit of Radio-Rush-Neal Peart & Geddy Lee
Sunshine of Your Love-Cream-Jack Bruce & Ginger Baker
Black Dog-Led Zeppelin
My Generation-The Who-John Entwistle & Keith Moon
They are some of the most underrated lyricist in rock. Dan is giving them some love. She attended Kent State and moved to England to find her rocker self. He once had to fly back to England to re-record one word in a song. They along with 3 others make The List today on The Mountain.
My City Was Gone-Pretenders-Chrissie Hynde
Heart of the Matter-Don Henley
Kinks-A Well Respected Man-Ray Davies
Dire Straits-Skateaway-Mark Knopfler
Tom Petty-The Waiting
Dan is put together his “Ultimate” rock band. It’s a very versatile group. The pianist can sing, the guitarist is perhaps the most versatile player in rock and the bass player can actually play a myriad of instruments…oh and he can sing too! Then there’s the drummer and lead vocalist…what a band!
Police-Every Little Thing She Does is Magic-Drums-Stewart Copeland
Led Zeppelin-Over the Hills and Far Away-Guitar-Jimmy Page
Billy Joel-Scenes from an Italian Restaurant-Piano
The Who-5:15-Vocalist-Roger Daltrey
It's quite a battle for the title of Rock's Greatest Front man on The List-and this afternoon at 4 here on the Mountain...let the contenders take the stage. Now, Dan's dislike of spandex may have unjustly affected his 5 finalists, but his choice for number one...can't be challenged!
Roadhouse Blues-Doors (Jim Morrison)
Love in an Elevator-Aerosmith (Steven Tyler)
Gimme Shelter-Rolling Stones (Mick Jagger)
Born in the USA-Bruce Springsteen
Big Love-Fleetwood Mac-Lindsey Buckingham 10-3
The Joker-Steve Miller Band-Steve Miller 10-5
Roll With the Changes-REO-Kevin Cronin 10-6
Redneck Friend-Jackson Browne 10-9
Instant Karma-John Lennon 10/9
All You Need Is Love-Beatles 67-70
New Years Day-U2-The Best of 1980-1990
Radio Free Europe-REM – Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage, 1982 – 2011
The Loner-Neil Young –Decade
Gimme Shelter-Rolling Stones-40 Licks