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MASHUP MONDAY: 'BEVERLY HILLS ROCK MASHUP' BY QUEEN, WEEZER, JOAN JETT
Well, if you've ever wanted to turn a midwestern dad onto mashup music, here is your chance. This Weezer-JOAN JETT-Queen mashup that has been quietly lurking in the depths of the internet for four years is ready to strike, turning any and all dads within the blast radius into marginally cooler/deafer dudes. Using various instrumental portions of "Beverly Hills", "We Will Rock You", and "I Love Rock 'n' Roll", this rock mashup quite simply gives you what you want for 3 minutes and 34 seconds like a really good backcountry bar cover band that specializes in making cross-generational medleys, or like a semi-adequate session of coitus. Midwestern dads love both in equal measure.
Not exactly sure why the image associated with this mashup is this blue baby with transition lenses and a septum ring. Maybe he/she should link up with the Nevermind baby and the Chumbawumba baby and duel with other infant-fronted bands in some sort of toddler-oriented battle of the bands. We'd pay to see that (assuming it was legal).
Anyway, stop reading my mind-vomit and start blasting this jam!
JOAN JETT and I -- In Fashion Magazine 1987
The theme for In Fashion magazine was a man and woman on the cover.
It was an honor when they asked me to appear with JOAN JETT, one of the greatest rock n' roll performers of all time.
I had just won the Heavyweight Crown from Trevor Berbick. In a week I began training for Bonechrusher Smith.
I must admit they spent a great deal of time with me in makeup. And boy, I needed it for a close-up like this one.
And JOAN JETT -- what a wonderful person. If you get the opportunity to see her live in concert -- don't miss it.
Trace Adkins, JOAN JETT highlight Elkhart County 4-H Fair lineup
GOSHEN â€" With 162 days remaining until the start of the 2015 Elkhart County 4-H Fair, fair officials tonight announced four of the five acts that will take the stage during the summer concert series.
The 2015 Elkhart County 4-H Fair concert line-up includes several newcomers and one returning act as country superstar Trace Adkins takes the stage once again this summer.
Rock and Roll icon JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS will kick off the concert series July 25, Little River Band will take the stage July 27 and rising star Cole Swindell will perform July 28.
Adkins returns to the grandstand stage for the second time in recent years for the final performance of the 2015 fair on July 29.
Adkins most recently performed at the fair in 2011.
Track seating will cost $30 for all shows, excluding the free Sunday performance.
Seating in the grandstands is free on a first-come, first-served basis with gate admission. Showtime is 8 p.m. for all performances.
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