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Weekend Set List For Your Live Band To Play - Classic Rock 3

The week we continue the live band set lists with another set of Classic Rock for your band to learn and play. You just can’t go wrong throwing in some classic rock songs at your gigs. Pretty much everyone that likes listening to live bands also loves listening to classic rock songs. The great thing about classic rock is they’re usually very easy to learn and they fill the dance floor with people.  

This list is taken from the Top 200 Classic Rock songs of all time and they’re all proven winners when played by a live band. Even if you decide not to play these songs in your band it’s a good idea to have them loaded on your iPod or MP3 player so you can play them during your breaks. My band has been able to satisfy a lot of requests by having songs like these loaded on our iPod. We just play them while we are on a break and it keeps the audience rocking all night long.

We feature songs from Amazon.com MP3 service because they sound better than iTunes and they cost less. The MP3’s are ripped at 256Kbps so they sound excellent and they’re DRM free so you can load them on as many players as you want. You also don’t have to have any special software to download and manage these MP3’s. You can simply download them with your web browser, save them on your computer and then load them on your MP3 player. So get downloading today!

2 comments to Weekend Set List For Your Live Band To Play – Classic Rock 3

  • Billy Ray Smith

    Matt I Listened to Your patches for the CT-SE.I Have the CT.I Can Still Load these Presets Onto My CT with the Text Format? No? I Don’t Have the SE.Any Thoughts Would Be Appreciated.Like Your Playin.

    Billy Ray.

  • Hey Bill Ray, you can load these presets into your original Cyber-Twin using the text entry. The original CT doesn’t have all the same parameters as the CT-SE so you’ll have to improvise a bit. You should be able to get close on all of them though.

    Thanks for visiting Live Musician Central! -Matt-

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