Pearl Jam would have never existed without Mother Love Bone... Can't leave out Mudhoney, and Screaming Trees either. A LOT of great music came out of Seattle in the 90's...
I did think about Bon Jovi. Definitely the full American brand but was a solo act. I have hheard him referred to as the hardest working musician in the world. Apparently doing more than 100 shows a year for years. Not a huge fan of the music myself but have a great deal of respect.Some great bands here.
Just chatting to mrs Oz about it - we were listing great bands and then went, “er, Poms” or “er, Aussie” etc.
Surprised no one mentioned Bon Jovi.
CCR and CSNY definitely up there for me. And Skynnerd and Zz Top. Grew up listening to all that. Very loudly.
.I’m waiting for Tin to start the British rock best of . That will be interesting.😁
Screaming Trees! Most excellent. True, they all showed Darth Vedder the dark art of grunge but he was instrumental in taking it past a regional quirky groove to a whole new genre. These bands only really came to light on the world stage after Nirvana and PJ mentioned them in interviews. I would assert Neil Young was the grandfather of grunge. I wonder if he ever said "Eddie, I am your faathaaa."Pearl Jam would have never existed without Mother Love Bone... Can't leave out Mudhoney, and Screaming Trees either. A LOT of great music came out of Seattle in the 90's...
Good point, Audioslave as well. Velvet Revolver.What no stone temple pilots with that mix ?
“Crazy Diamond “ is one of my all time favsThere's no arguing the greatest British band... Pink Floyd, hands down. Even if you aren't a fan, no other band has accomplished what they have. You can argue the Stones have been around just as long, but Floyd has the biggest fan base from across all genres of music lovers.
Hell Darkside of the moon is certified 14x platinum, and charted for 950 weeks ! ! !
There, the british thread has been done, LOL...