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The Great Question

If you could have anyone...I mean anyone for your super group, who would you pick? This question was asked the other day by an on air radio personality and I was just wondering to my self as to who I would put into such a musical group?

I think the first thing that would need to be set is the type of music and should you build your super group around that. I mean that I would choose Steve Harris from Iron Maiden as my bass player, but you could not really put him along side BB King. Or could you, that is the question.

After a week or so of thinking here is what I've come up with so far:


Geoff Tate - Queensryche

Bass Player

Steve Harris - Iron Maiden

Lead Guitar

Unknown at this time- possible choices might be: George Lynch (Dokken,Lynch Mob),Rik Emmett(Triumph), Brad Gillis(Night Ranger)Steven Gaines(Lynyrd Skynyrd)

Lead Guitar

Ditto-Kenny Wayne Shepherd,Buck Dharma,

Rhythm Guitar

Rudolf Schenker - Scorpions


Neil Peart-Rush, John Bonham-Led Zeppelin

As this is a list based on one's own taste in music. I do understand that there are some serious omissions in this list such as Jimi, Eric and such on Guitar. I believe that when you put together your dream group, you have a sound in mind that you are going to create and as such, putting together muscians that will actualy be able to create the sound that you want. I just don't see putting Muddy Waters with Eddie Van Halen together.


Travel said…
Real talent can easily cross discipline. I would include a good keyboard master.


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