The other day the “classic rock” station played a song released after the year I was born and I turned to my kids in the backseat and said “hang on” and I jumped the car off a bridge.
Obviously I didn’t but I did cry all the way to the grocery store. I’m officially old enough to be “classic” and not in the cool sense like a car but in like “he probably watches CNN and worries about gum health.” WE SHOULD ALL WORRY ABOUT OUR GUM HEALTH!!!
These kids are getting a lesson in classic rock by playing a song from the greatest rock band of all time — Logging and Messina.
Wait, no, that’s Led Zeppelin.
The Louisville Leopard Percussionists began in 1993. They are a performing ensemble of approximately 55 student musicians, ages 7-12, living in and around Louisville, Kentucky. Each student learns and acquires proficiency on several instruments, such as marimbas, xylophone, vibraphone, drum set, timbales, congas, bongos, and piano.