What's in a Name? (S1-E2)
The JabberGuys discuss underlying meanings and messages from some of your favourite rock songs, as well as uncovering the origins of many popular band names on this episode of INSIDE ROCK. Some of the band name origins are a little graphic, so make sure the kids aren’t around when you listen.
I Will Always Love You - Written for Porter Wagoner as a farewell when she left his show
Netflix documentary about Dolly: “Here I am”
Reference to ‘Max Headroom’
The Day the Music Died
Don Maclean’s “American Pie” about the death of Buddy Holly, Richie Valens, JP Richardson (the ‘Big Bopper’) Waylon Jennings escapes the same fate
Creedence Clearwater Revival: origin of name
Smoke On the Water backstory
Stupid with a flare gun identified
Band name origin… yikes!
‘Black Friday’ backstory
The Rolling Stones
Started as the ‘Blue Boys’
Band name origin
Brown Sugar backstory
The origin of this band is messed up.
(differing reports on the accuracy of the claim.)
Missed Woodstock to appear on the Dick Cavett TV Talk Show
Philadelphia Freedom backstory
MTV Documentary: I Want My MTV reference
Back in Black backstory
New album release date - November 13, 2020
Axl Rose – Guns and Roses lead singer
Vocal range computer-ranked by Concerthotels.com
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