*An artist that marries the legacy of the New Orleans rhythm & blues ancestors to the bold funk that dominated black American music at the time of this record's release in 1973...this track became a huge hit. The Big Easy always has the mystique of voodoo traditions and this artist helped to reinforce them. Name the artist and extra credit for the song title...
*Born in Milwaukee, raised in Dallas...this artist arrived in San Francisco in 1966 where he formed a band. This artist is one of the most inconspicuous rock stars in history...loves making and performing music, but absolutely hates doing promotions or appearing anywhere in public. Name the artist...
*After spending the better part of the 1980's as a solo acoustic troubadour, the band's co-founder landed a contract for a solo album at the turn of the 1990's. He recruited some heavyweight A-Listers to contribute on this great album...Tom Petty and Mike Campbell, David Crosby and Chris Hillman. Name the artist and extra credit for the name of the album...
*After experimenting with synthesizers and a pop sound on his solo debut album, this artist hit the mark on his sophomore release in 1984. This album established him as a solo artist after a most significant run with an epic band.
Name the artist and his former band...
BATTLE OF THE BANDS
Sentimental Lady by Fleetwood Mac vs Living in the U.S.A. by Steve Miller Band
1. Dr John, Right Place Wrong Time
2. Steve Miller
3. Roger McGuinn, Back from Rio
4. Don Henley, Eagles
Battle of the Bands : Fleetwood Mac won with 52% of votes