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Some Thoughts on Last Night’s Idol

9 Mar

And next week they play Mozart!

Let’s start with this. No matter what featured genres/artists the producers of American Idol make the contestants perform, the Idol singers have to find a way to tackle the material. Yes, I understand the point is to push an artist and, in a sense, musically deracinate them, but, let’s be real, a vocal chameleon (while novel) is quite rare. Last year’s winner Scotty Mccreery is a country singer with a deep croon. The guy is never going to sing a Stevie Wonder song. Why make him? Honestly, it doesn’t help the show. And it doesn’t really matter – Scotty won despite singing country versions of every category each week. All it does is crowd the two hours of television with sub-par performances that make me change the channel to the Knicks game (to watch another sub-par performance, but that’s another story).

What do the Idol powers at be make our contestants perform on the Top 13 night? Boys: Stevie Wonder. Girls: Whitney Houston. Okay, have fun. Really? How is this fair? You might as well ask them to perform karaoke because most of them inevitably will. This challenge was easier for the boys. Stevie Wonder has an excellent voice and is a true performer, but it is just easier to manipulate his songs. But Whitney Houston? What is the first rule of idol for girls? Never sing Whitney Houston in an audition. Why? She was one of the most powerful female vocalists ever. You are immediately compared with her and you lose that battle all of the time. For the girls, Whitney Houston night just separated the good balladeers from the bad ones. Jessica Sanchez did this:

And, well, others had trouble. Sanchez succeeded because she has a Houston-style voice. That’s clear. Shannon Magrane, for example, crashed. Her voice was just not good enough to hit Whitney’s level. It wasn’t just karaoke, it was bad karaoke. And a few girls followed suit. The boys really only featured one awful, uninspired performance. That came from Jeremy.

In my review of the top 13 I predicted that Jeremy would be out first. This was about as easy to predict as my 7:29 train. While it occasionally is delayed, it almost always is on the tracks waiting for me when I arrive in the morning. And even though American Idol took an X-Factor turn and had the lowest vote getters from the boys and girl face the scrutiny of the esteemed judges panel (I say that in slight jest), it was obvious that Jeremy would see the exit. By the way, you can take a look at my entire Idol review here.

Here is what irks me about this all. Jeremy, while being a sweet guy, did not deserve a top 13 spot. It was obvious he would be eliminated first (and I guarantee he was the lowest vote getter overall). The only reason he got in was because of Jennifer Lopez who is proving time and time again that she is a biased judge who expressed favoritism. Steven Tyler likes all of them. Randy Jackson tries to be the bad guy, but he often misplaces his criticism. The judges are no good. Hence why I believe Jimmy Iovine should be a judge (taking Randy’s spot – he has run his course). While he lacks Simon’s snarky arrogance, Iovine provides accurate criticism.

All in all, America got it right again. This show also proved who the next singers out are. If I had to predict it, I’d say the next singers ousted will be (in this order), Shannon, Elise, Jermaine, Erika, Josh, Hollie. That will leave us with a top six of Jessica, Colton, Deandre (yes I know I originally chose Josh), Phil, HeeJun, Skylar. I then see the end of HeeJun and Deandre. Top four: Jessica, Colton, Phil, Skylar (nice even 2 girls and 2 boys spread). I stay with my final two prediction of Jessica and Colton, but if it was Phil and Skylar (or any combination of these four), I would neither be surprised nor upset.

I want to know what you think. Comment below or tweet at me!

American Idol Season 11 – Top 13 Thoughts and Predictions

2 Mar

What’s the best way to kick off blogging with our new domain name (www.musiccourtblog.com)? Oh yeah, American Idol! As I’ve stated on numerous occasions, I am a sucker for singing competitions. I have been watching American Idol since Season 1. If you too are an American Idol fan please do read on. If you think the show has jumped the shark (which it has) read on anyway. Maybe I will make you laugh.

You see, here is the thing with American Idol. I watch it for a few reasons. The pure and innocent reason is because I enjoy entertaining singing performances. I like watching individuals succeed at an art that I enjoy, especially when they have overcome adversity or are underdogs. Shoot me. I like this type of reality television. The more cynical and sardonic side of me would add another reason to my Idol observance. I watch to criticize.

With this in mind I move to my thoughts and predictions for the Season 11 top 13. Quick disclaimer. You may very well not agree with me. That’s absolutely okay. But please don’t spew vitriol on the comments section without any basis for argument or response. Come on, guys, it’s just a show. But please disagree with me. I don’t know what I’m talking about. I just hope people read and comment. Let’s talk!

Wait, what is an offensive lineman doing in the back row? And is that Justin Guarini’s younger brother (or son!)?  Sit tight. All will be answered in time. Here is how this is going to go down. I am going to pick apart each individual performer in short reviews of their voice/attitude/”it” factor. I am then going to choose a Top 3 boys and Top 3 girls (every week America votes and eliminates one contestant from the show – from here on out girls and boys can be eliminated with impunity meaning the show can end with a top 5 of all girls or boys; it won’t but it can). I will then narrow this down to my favorite boy and girl and ultimately pick a potential winner. Before we begin this breakdown, I have a few comments about the last couple of shows for the Idol faithful.

  • There have been a lot of comments from television pundits and fans about the talent on this season of Idol. Words like “awful,” “worst ever,” and “embarrassing” have been bandied like a basketball controlled by Jeremy Lin! I agree, to a point. The last two nights featured some of the worst performances I’ve ever heard this late in the show. The performance by Baylie “boobs” Brown (I’m sorry but come on, her dress more than accentuated her grand tetons – Steven Tyler was salivating) was flat and miserable – it wouldn’t have passed the initial audition. Some of the guys were just as bad. Many of them, actually. But, overall, out of the 24, there were around 10 good singers and all of them are in the Top 13. The fact that those around them were just so awful made it easy for America. Which brings me to my next point…
  • Good job America. You totally got this right. I think the voters for this show have become tired of watching bad acts make it far and now just pick the most talented performers. The top 10 chosen were the top 10 that should have made it (minus, perhaps, one)
  • Judges. Really! Stop it! Last year you received many comments saying just how annoying your kindness was. And then you experience two of the most out-of-tune, horrible nights in show history – something that modeled what you’d expect to see at a karaoke bar in midtown Manhattan – and the worst thing you say to any of the performers is “it wasn’t the right song” or “I’m not sure if it worked for you.” I understand you want ratings but remember when that guy Simon panned people consistently and, hmm, the show did quite well, right? Then, last night, the producers let music producer and American Idol confidante Jimmy Iovene rip into the performances and he was candid and rightfully critical. The judges then said they agreed with everything Iovene said to a point. But, what, how, you just spent the last two nights bopping your head to horrible performances and then spewing flat-out lies to the performers and viewers (because that’s what you are saying when you agree with Jimmy Iovine). How about we replace Randy Jackson (who is just flat-out lost at times – criticizing good performances and letting awful ones slide by) with Jimmy Iovine. Or just add Jimmy as a judge.

Let’s get to the top 13. I am going to do this in the order they are listed in on Wikipedia. Or, to quote The X-Factor, “in no particular order!”

DeAndre Brackensick – 17

 DeAndre was one of the three wildcard choices last night (meaning that he was not initially chosen by America to be in the top 10). He was the one performer I think should have been in the top 10, so I am very pleased he received the judge’s pick. DeAndre has an insane upper register. The kid is just so powerful up there and that is so refreshing. He also is a skilled singer. After just missing out on the live show last year, DeAndre went back to work and improved his full range. His strength, though, lies in his comfortable falsetto and natural high voice. This can earn him a lot of votes if he plays to the swooning teenage girl population. He is a dark horse in the competition. So when does he sing “Stayin Alive?”

Hollie Cavanagh – 18

Hollie has two things going for her. She is pretty and she has a trained, composed, and easy voice. There is one BIG problem, though. She is easily forgettable and that is the largest problem anyone can have in this competition. It doesn’t matter how good your voice is. If you don’t stand out, you won’t go far. Will she stand out? I guess we will see. It may be an early exit for Hollie.

Colton Dixon – 20

American Idol is happy. They finally have the alt/punk rock fusion performer on the show. Colton just missed it last year, but boy has he made it this year. His voice is gritty and he is a true musician. I bet you can expect some David Cook-like manipulations of song. I’m eager to hear how he tackles Stevie Wonder this week. Colton is going to be in this competition for a while and I think he is an early favorite.

Heejun Han – 22

Oh, Heejun Han, the merry prankster of the bunch. This 22-year-old Korean singer from Flushing (my backyard) is an intriguing story. From the start, the judges thought he would be a joke (and some still view him as such), but, we cannot overlook his voice. It is solid, technically proficient, and he is likeable – if not loveable. You just want to cheer for Heejun because despite his funny, off-the-cuff attitude, the man is humble and surprised. He is a tough one to predict. I put him in the middle of the pack.

Jermaine Jones – 25

Finally someone who is older than me. Jermaine Jones should have made it into the top 24 and the judges knew it so they expanded the top 24 to a top 25 and allowed Jermaine to join the boys. His deep Barry White croon is infectious and so is his personality. He performed so well that he made it into the Top 10 and this is telling. People like him. He is different and his croon is well-done, like a crispy steak – a little rough around the edges but at the heart of it is a juicy tenderness (and this is coming from a vegetarian).

Skylar Laine – 18

Skylar also answers to Reba. Yes, it’s high praise for an 18-year-old, but this aspiring country superstar has the necessary components to be a star. Her top 24 performance was one of the best of the bunch. I don’t usually enjoy country music, but I absolutely HATE pop/country. It is forced and bleached material. Skylar, though, sings true country. Her brand is upbeat and passionate, with soul influences fused in (which is what true country needs). I love it. She, too, is an early favorite.

Joshua Ledet – 19

Here is another guy who is so easy to cheer for. He also might have the second best natural voice in the competition. Ledet, though, is a pure gospel/soul singer. I do not know if he can transition to “popular” music. If he can, he will do quite well on the show. If not, his strong and passionate voice may not last long on the show. I sure hope he does last a while.

Shannon Magrane – 16

Shannon is 16! She is also a few feet taller than me. Her father is former Major Leaguer Joe Magrane. Shannon is interesting. Her voice, similar to Hollies, is trained. You can just hear the vocal coaching. It has been worked on and, while it has not been perfected yet, it is naturally good and that makes up for any imperfections. It is definitely good enough for the Top 13 but will it get her into the Top 10? I’m not sure. She has a lot of potential.

Phil Phillips – 21

 This 21-year-old with an odd name is one of the favorites in the competition. Iovene only said that he would sign two artists on the spot. Phil was one of them. He is an indie performer, through and through, who will also use his granular and intelligent voice to mix up song compositions. I say intelligent because Phillips knows how to play a crowd. He holds notes with skill and puts a unique blend on everything.

Jeremy Rosado – 19

I wish Jeremy had a better voice because I like him. Rosado seems like the nicest guy you’d want to meet. He does not only come off as humble, but also as a jolly, kind, and real. I just wish he had a better voice. Should he be in the top 13? No. He was a wildcard choice and a poor one. The only reason he is still in this competition is because of Jennifer Lopez. Last year her obsession was Stefano. This year it is Jeremy. Stefano, though, was a better singer. Jeremy is a limited singer with a naturally high voice that can carry a tune but not do much else. The whole wildcard process stunk, honestly. The judges shouldn’t be allowed to choose anymore. While, yes, two deserving individuals did make it into the top 13 (and as Meatloaf said two out of three ain’t bad), the other one should have been either Creighton or Aaron (who received a standing ovation on Tuesday BY THE WAY). Both did not even get a second chance. Instead the judges chose Jeremy and Reed (a hokey, theatrical performer whose act does not fit American Idol – another exceptionally nice guy, though). But, I’m sorry Jennifer, American has the reigns now, and when we move on to the top 12, Jeremy will not be with the others.

Jessica Sanchez – 16

Jessica will not only sail through into the top 12, but she may win the show. This former America’s Got Talent contestant (she performed on the first season in 2006) is an INCREDIBLE singer. She has the best voice by far. She is also just 16. It is understandable that the young guns are the best. It’s just circular. Sanchez is not only well-trained but her voice can blow you out. It is so multifaceted that you can often get lost in it.

Elise Testone – 28

At 28, Elise is the oldest performer on the show. That is good, though, I think. Her voice is mature and quirky. She has this rich blues inflection in her voice that makes her performances consistently strong. I want her to do well. I am cheering for her to go far. I just hope she gets over the hump and becomes unforgettable.

Erika Van Pelt – 26

Erika, the second oldest performer in the top 13, was a wildcard save, and a good one. She has a POWERFUL voice. She just can blow it out. If she does it consistently she may force listeners to remember her. If not, she will be out quickly.

Top 6


Out of the diverse group of male performers, I will pick Colton Dixon, Phil Phillips, and Josh Ledet as my three best. My dark horse is either DeAndre or Jermaine (one of these can easily be in the top three).


Out of the females, and this one is a bit easier because of what I see as a larger disparity between good and forgettable, I pick Jessica Sanchez, Elise Testone, and Skylar Lane


In a few months American Idol will crown a winner. Will, like last year, a boy and a girl be vying for the crown on the last day? I don’t know. Could be. Let’s assume that this is how it goes down. The final two will be:

Jessica Sanchez:

Colton Dixon:

 And I think Colton takes it home in the end and goes off to lead a band and have a very nice career.

So what do you think? Let’s talk! Who do you think will win?

American Idol Top 11 Concert – In Retrospect

25 Aug

Usually, after the conclusion of an American Idol season, I gradually allow the top contestants to slip off into  obscurity, putting aside the possibility that they may become popular musicians. I have never spent money on an ex-Idol musician because the large stock of releases has never interested me.

 Season 10 was a little different. The Jazzy voice and Indie potential of contestant Casey Abrams stood out with “when he releases an album, I might purchase it” flavor. He is not a pop star and will never be one. I liked his honesty. The rest of the contestants, from the iconic country croon of winner Scotty McCreery to the forgettable voices of the runner-ups, were only television entertainment. Well, they did come off the screen last night and perform a 2-hour show at Nassau Colisseum on Long Island. So, yes, they did transcend the pixelated screen and some performers stood out.

For every screaming 13-year-old girl (a massive generalization, I know), there was a person like me, who watched the show and was simply curious. My mom and my sister, also avid Idol watchers, joined me for our first post-Idol Top 11 show.

Before I analyze each performer, I would like to say that the concert was actually entertaining. I say actually because this is not a show I went to with tremendous expectations. I was trying to be realistic. With each introduction, the young crowd yelled flattering comments at their favorites and kept up their shrilly screams the entire show. This was great, though. It made me smile. They were excited, many probably attending their first “big” show. It seemed that lines of cheery-eyed kids were dressed in their American Idol Season 10 shirts and their infectious excitement was humorous and invigorating.

As for the music, the band was malleable and the performers varied. The group performances were significantly better than they were months ago. This is understandable for they have had much more time to practice. The concert did reveal improved and surprising talent. The most expected thing was the in-your-face Coca-Cola and Ford advertisements, the two main show sponsors. All three judges and Ryan Seacrest made cameo appearances on the big screens adjacent to the stage and the concert producers played with Steven Tyler‘s propensity of imprecation by bleeping him twice during the recording after he accidently said that this was Season 11. The bleeps have become part of his persona and his act. The show was wholly energetic and, despite almost falling asleep during uninspiring ballads and Lauren Alaina’s awkward, subpar country performance, I was up and smiling. Let’s get to each performer. If I am a little cruel to your favorite, I apologize. This is only my own opinion!

I am not going to go in any particular order, but at the end I will rank the performers from 1-11 in a mock standing of how I think the show would’ve, could’ve, and maybe should’ve turned out if it started with the top 11 today. Now, do keep one thing in mine. Each individual performance (every member of the top 11 had an individual song – or multiple) was geared towards the performer’s comfort zone. So, I am judging them on what they do best, not what the show makes them do.

Thia Megia – She is 16. And, I don’t say that as an excuse, but as a fact. Her individual performance was average. She has a good voice, though. It is quiet and was drowned out during the group performances she sang in (most of the low-standing runner-ups were delegated to back-up duty for a lot of the night). She will get better as she gets older.

Paul McDonald – Oh, Paul. He had one good performance on Idol that kept him in the show for an extended period of time. “Maggie May” fit his quirky voice like a glove. We thought he could go far. Then, one flaw, he could not sing any other song well. So, what song does he sing? “Maggie May.” And, he sang it well. But he fell up short on everything else, even having trouble keeping in tune in the groups.

Pia Toscano – This was a homecoming for her, so she had a chance to showcase herself a little bit, performing a new single for her New York fans. But, unsurprisingly, she fell up short like she did on the show. Yes, despite a loyal following in New York, she was extremely forgettable to most of the country during the Idol season and during the show last night. You see, she has an insurmountable problem. She is a ballad singer, through and through. When you are a female ballad singer you have to be in the level of “great” to be remembered (I.e. Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Barbara Streisand). Is Pia great? No. She has a “good” voice and that will unfortunately leave her in the wake of the vocal giants, destined to be forgotten.

Stefano Langone – Another performer with a Pia problem. Stefano can stake his claim as a Bruno Mars-like performer. He just doesn’t have as strong of a voice. His voice strains to easily. And despite for randomly taking off his shirt during one of the performances, an act that confused most of the crowd and acted more as a laugh than sensual act, he was also forgettable.

Naima Adedapo– Here was a nice surprise. I liked her during the show, but she was booted quickly because her voice lacked intensity and her eclectic dance moves tired her out during her performances. But on stage last night, was an endurance-freak with a significantly better voice. Yes, backing vocal tracks help everyone, but hey, as the type of performer that Naimi seems to be leaning towards (mainstream pop) you would never get caught away from home without the assisted amplification. Her lively performance of J-Lo’s “On The Floor,” where she broke out in a mid-song African dance, was electric. I actually think she can make it. And, if they did the show again, she would finish closer to the top.

Jacob Lusk – The gospel singer. Lusk has a magnificent voice. It is smooth and his vocal runs are effortless. His problem was simply that gospel is a small market now, unless, of course, you can transform it into a R&B, Gospel, Soul, Pop combination and become a performer like John Legend. Lusk drove through Luther’s “Never Too Much” and then performed a touching tribute to Nick Ashford, who unfortunately passed away this week. He sang the Ashford and Simpson written, “You’re All I Need to Get By,” which was most notably performed by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell. The youthful crowd couldn’t really understand these references, so they remained quiet during Jacob’s performance for the parents.

Haley Reinhart – Haley is a good, not great, female vocalist whose eccentric indie-like voice is raspy (a little too raspy), but still jazzy. She performed “House of the Rising Sun,” which is widely considered among the top American Idol performances of all time, and she performed it well. I’m not going to say that she is a one-trick pony, but her voice doesn’t diversify well, and therefore, since she was often a displaced performer, it was easy to tire of the performances. Now, let me explain this a little better to the passionate negators of this view. By saying she lacks diversity, I am not insulting her abilities. Many artists lack diversity. They, if they are good, become ensconced in their own genre and then master it. I see Haley performing in the genre of blues/jazz. She may do a great job attempting to restore this genre to popularity. Heck, she can do it with Casey. But, and this is a big flaw in my mind, she has limited range. When she pushes into the upper register her voice naturally goes to a grunt (or rasp).  She is simply exploring the limits of her voice. In judging ability, this is a flaw. Many people think its cool. I guess it is a matter of preference. So, to sum this little analysis up, she was a good contestant who had a flaw in her voice and she still does.

James Durbin – Durbin is the closest thing Idol has gotten to a hard rocker. Daughtry is alternative. Adam Lambert is theatrical (and is now performing mainstream pop). Durbin has an above-average rock voice, and if it wasn’t for a weak spot in his voice, he would have possibly won the show. Durbin can hit high notes and his regular level notes, but in the middle of this range is a weak spot in his voice that is a minor, but noticeable blemish. He is still awesome. He put on the best show of the night, performing “Uprising” and “Sweet Child O’ Mine.” The crowd was rocking with him and Durbin bounced around the stage like a professional. Stick him in a rock band and they will do well.

Casey Abrams – We are nearing the end. Casey is probably the most talented musician they have ever had on American Idol. His flawless bass playing gives him this cool element that pairs excellently with his jazzy voice, the best of the competition this year in my opinion. Last night, he proved it. Casey has one of those voices everyone wishes they had. It is sultry, almost playfully lascivious. His range is impecable. His runs are spot on. He didn’t hit a bad note. If  Casey released an album, I would buy it (supposing he stuck to what he was good at – jazz-fusion). He performed a slowed-down version of “Smooth” that was tremendous. It is one that I will remember. Watch for this guy. He knows what he is doing.

Lauren Alaina – Alaina opened after the intermission and sang three songs. Now I wont give her too much flack because I believe she is just getting over bronchitis. She also sprained her ankle backstage during one show. The tour has beaten her up. Alaina, though, has the same problems that she had during the show. She performs with little energy and confidence. She seems awkard on stage and this is easily recognizable through her consistent tugging on her dress and rigid movements. She is a country singer with Carrie Underwood aspirations, but only time and age will tell if she can really reach that level.

Scotty McCreery: As the winner, McCreery was saved for last. He performed five songs. He looked like a consumnate professional on stage; someone who is been performing for years. He has an innate vocal gift. His deep croon is country perfection. He deserved to win based on pure voice and can last in the music world for 50 years with such a voice.

So, there you have it. Now, if I had to rank them from 1-11, here is how I would do it (I will include their actual rankings in parentheses):

1.) Scotty McCreery (1)

2.) Casey Abrams (6)

3.) James Durbin (4)

4.) Naima Adedapo (10/11)

5.) Jacob Lusk (5)

6.) Haley Reinhart (3)

7.) Lauren Alaina (2)

8.) Stefano Langone (7)

9.) Thia Megia (10/11)

10.) Pia Toscano (9)

11.) Paul McDonald (8)

How do you think it should have turned out?

Coldplay’s Touch of OCD – A Tribute Band Longs For Full Authenticity – Aerosmith, I Don’t Really Care

10 Jan

Okay, now everytime we sit on this couch it needs to be in this specific sitting order.

Chris Martin Talks New Album

Coldplay fans will probably have to wait until the end of this calendar year for the release of the band’s fifth studio album that lead vocalist Chris Martin says may begin with an M and be two words. May I suggest More Manic.

In an interview with BBC Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe, Martin said that the album will explore “love, addiction, OCD, escape and working for someone you don’t like.” Yeah! Fight the establishment.

Martin also described how the album will be representative of “what happens within the group.” Anyone smell volatile group relations. It would seem that this interview subtly portrayed portentous happenings. Well, if my ramblings are true, I’m sure Jay-Z wouldn’t mind forming a group with Chris Martin. Recently he said that Martin was a “‘a brother from another mother” and lauded him as a true musical genius. Well, I don’t know if I would go that far.

It will be difficult to eclipse the success of Coldplay’s last release, Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends. But, Coldplay has a large following and anything is possible.

Link: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/chris-martin-says-new-coldplay-disc-is-about-love-and-ocd-20110110


Good Luck With That

Tribute bands often attempt to clone the look of their heroes in an attempt to be more authentic. Somehow echoing the band’s sound is not enough. But, Pyromania, a Dallas-based Def Leppard tribute band, may be taking their search a little too far.

In a flyer (above), the band wrote they are looking for a “one arm drummer (no prostetics).” I presume this statement means they are looking for a drummer with one arm who does not wear a prosthetic replacement. You would think that someone in the band would have done a quick spell check before posting the flyer. Come on guys.

Def Leppard is of course famous for their drummer Rick Allen who overcame the complete amputation of his left arm at 21 years old. Even without his left arm (which he lost because of a car accident) he is still able to pour some sugar on anyone.

Pyromania also requires the drummer to have a “flame retardent kit & stick.” Pyromania, the correctly spelling of retardant is retardant. And, remember folks, “seriose inquarys only!” So, if you lack an arm and an ability to spell correctly, Pyromania is looking for you. Actually, scratch that, let me add to the flyer that the drummer needs to also be semi-literate. Yes, someone who can spell to write future flyers.


Problems in Aeroland

Steven Tyler, who is currently a judge for “American Idol,” wants to get Aerosmith together for a new album but he cannot find guitarist Joe Perry.

“I’m trying to rally the guys together,” he told Rolling Stone. “We’re having trouble getting Joe [Perry]. I don’t know where he is, but just come down to L.A. at the end of January sometime. I’ve had enough downtime.”

Joe Perry does not like Steven Tyler. The two barely talk off stage and Perry has made it clear that he thinks “American Idol” is absolute garbage and he would be ashamed if Aerosmith was linked to the show at all.

Do I really care about the ramblings of these two musicians? No, no I do not. So, instead of making this story a story, I am going to turn this over to Acoustic Affairs a German guitar trio who perform an awesome acoustic cover of Aerosmith’s “Dream On.”

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