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In no particular order, my favorites:
Robert Earl Keen
Joyn Hyat
Lyle Lovett
Norah Jones
Luis Armstrong
Billy Holiday
Creadance Clearwater Revival
Johny Cash
Jimi Hendrix
 

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Allman Brothers
Waylon Jennings
Brian Sezter for the Rockabilly
Howling Wolf
Muddy Waters
Hank Williams Jr.
Skynard
Johnny Cash
Loretta Lynn
Toby Keith

It used to be all rock and roll for me, but somewhere along the line I turned into a *******.
 

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Def Leppard
ZZ Top
Carman
Fanny Crosby
 

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Too many to list but my son burned a CD for me with a few favorites:

Clash
Guns N Roses
Rush
Marshall Tucker Band
Dazz Band
Cream
Maceo Parker
 

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My wife just donated to Public Broadcasting here in Maine, and for the amount she donated, she got a DVD titled "Crossroads; The Eric Clapton Guitar Festival". It's a 2-disk set and absolutely rocks from one end to the other!

My favorite musicians...
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Jimi Hendrix
Clapton
Jimmy Page (led zep)
Allman Brothers
And just about anyone who actually shows some semblance of talent these days, which is becoming more and more rare
although John Maier was on that DVD set, and That kid can jam on the guitar!!!
Johnny lang was in there, too... for a youngster, I like his soul and angst, and that transparent black thinline telecaster is kickass!
 

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I'm really stuck in a time period.
The Band
Jorma Kaukonen(Hot Tuna)
Rolling Stones
Grateful Dead
Commander Cody
Early Santana
Eric Clapton
Bob Dylan
Lou Reed
I'm looking for a record right now that I had back in the 70's by the "Cowboys" and it had both Duane Allman and Eric Clapton playing acoustic slide guitar. I can't even find it mentioned in their discographies.
 

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Grendel,

I have the Dreams set by the Allmans and it's briefly mentioned in the book about Clapton coming down to Georgia to collaborate with the Brothers. I can only imagine the party those guys had!
 

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sks_hunter said:
My wife just donated to Public Broadcasting here in Maine, and for the amount she donated, she got a DVD titled "Crossroads; The Eric Clapton Guitar Festival". It's a 2-disk set and absolutely rocks from one end to the other!

My favorite musicians...
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Jimi Hendrix
Clapton
Jimmy Page (led zep)
Allman Brothers
And just about anyone who actually shows some semblance of talent these days, which is becoming more and more rare
although John Maier was on that DVD set, and That kid can jam on the guitar!!!
Johnny lang was in there, too... for a youngster, I like his soul and angst, and that transparent black thinline telecaster is kickass!
another fan of Johnny Lang......that kid can belt out blues!

my favorites right now are
Blackfoot
Nazerath
Queensryche
Allman Bro's
CCR
Rush
Skynyrd
many others.
 

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Alice In Chains (I feel like I can relate to these guys.)
Candlebox (I wish I could write sad love songs like them)
Stone Temple Pilots (Jazz Bassist meets upbeat rock band I love it)
Cream (The creators of aggressive playing espeacially on bass Jack Bruce is a hero)
Pearl Jam ( Great song writing, they like to tell you a story in alot of thier music)
Mudhoney ( The creators of grunge)
Screaming Trees ( Ultimate acoustic jam along stuff, great singer in Mark L.)
Soundgarden (They had crazy riffs, and a vocalist that could peel paint from walls.)
Temple of the Dog (Blues meets the Seattle scene great stuff to play along with.)
Mad Season ( The Seattle Project sadness meets meaning and reason.)
CCR
Hendrix
Guns N Roses
Some old school punk. (Pre-90s punk that is.)
 

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Metallica
Motley Crue
Guns N Roses
Velvet Revolver
Megadeth
Dio
Dokken
Van Halen (Sammy & Dave, not that dude from Extreme)
Sammy Hagar by himself
KISS
Godsmack (no comments from the peanut gallery (aka Jake :) )--I've read your feelings about them before)

My list is too long--just chalk it up to 80's & 90's metal and yes--I will say it "hair metal" gotta love the big hair :wink:
 

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Godsmack (no comments from the peanut gallery (aka Jake :) )--I've read your feelings about them before) ROFLMAO!!! It takes all I have not too at times.
 
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