Bring On The Music

  • This tribute to the affirming power of Rock 'n' Roll was written to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the breakup of the British band Free. The song is played in a style that is intended to evoke the Blues-Rock band, who are best known for their classic 1970 single, "All Right Now."
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