Last Week’s Rockucation Question:
In 1968, this band held a free concert on Haight-Ashbury avenue in San Francisco, CA. They played on flatbed trucks. The fans crowded the streets and basically shut down the area. Until this show, free concerts were considered a desperate act, this band changed that with this show. Their belief was if you give them free music that they will eventually pay for it. Who was the band?
The Grateful Dead
Debbie Epstein, Sarasota, FL, Phyllis Bourque, Pawtucket, RI, Chuck Dressler, North Kingstown, RI, and Nina McCarthy, Westerly, RI.
This week’s Rockucation question is:
This band originally started as Chad Allen And The Expressions. But when the Canadian band released their cover of a song by Johnny Kidd & The Pirates. The label placed something else instead of the name of the band. DJ’s started using that as the band name, eventually the band succumbed to taking it over. Who is the band?
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