Is rock really dead?
Do you think that Bob Geldolf is right when he claims that rock is dead? Or is he just being a grumpy old man?
Rock will never be dead as far as l can see. Although l have to admit hat modern music sometimes leaves me cold and l´m grateful for the old rockers still going. Bon Jovi, Rolling Stones, Even Rod Stewart is still strutting his stuff.
I´ll have to check this out with my granchildren who like . Muse. Do they rock? No idea. If there´s any fear of rock dying out there´ll always be some 60 plus nutter like me to demand a recall.
Bob must have been having a bad day.
no it's not dead, it has evolved is all. the rock i grew up with isn't like the rock of today but the lifestyles and attitudes are basically the same.
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