The Band had a song released as a single in 1975. It goes together quite nicely with this scene shot at a certain time of day from the back of Chateau Looney here in the Canoe.... Name the song...
*Earth, Wind And Fire wrote a song for a low-budget movie of the same name about the corruption of a record label. It starred Harvey Keitel. Stevie Wonder performed an a cappella version of the song at the Grammy Awards in 2016 in honor of one of the band members who had passed 2 months earlier. Name the song and extra credit to you Earth, Wind and Fire fans that can name the band member Wonder was honoring...
*The closest comparison to this artist in the world of rock is Bruce Springsteen. Both have gravelly voices, both have worked as solo artists with consistent backing bands, with those bands having similar instrumentation...keyboards, guitar and saxophone. Both are known for their empathy with the working class and go the extra yard to please audiences during live performances. Name the artist...
*One of the 1st songs written by this artist at the age of 17 was 1st recorded by Peter, Paul & Mary in 1966. The artist herself recorded her own version in 1967. We'll play the Blood, Sweat & Tears version of the song, a track that reflects on the cycles of life and death. Name the singer/songwriter who passed away at the young age of 49 in 1997 and the song...
Battle Of The Bands!
The Letter by Joe Cocker vs Bluebird by Leon Russell
1. Twilight 2. That’s The Way Of The World, Maurice White 3. Bob Seger
4. Laura Nyro, And When I Die
After last week’s one vote difference, Listeners chose Joe Cocker by 57%