I had tickets to the Bryce Jordan Center in PA to see three bands .. in what was promoted as some sort of "fest".Serj Tankian.
Cool, credit given where credit due.I had tickets to the Bryce Jordan Center in PA to see three bands .. in what was promoted as some sort of "fest".
After an "opener" band played for like 1/2 hour, System of a Down came out. Serj announces that the other two headliners didn't show up.
They do an hour set, take a break, come back out and do another hour, maybe even 90 minutes. They didn't have to do that.
They did a great show and I felt like I got something for my money. So I can't dis Serj.
But I can +1 your comment. ( Don't tell Serj )
I don't think Billy Corgan counts as rock and roll...
But if it isn't Rock, what is it then? It's not folk, jazz, country, pop, or classical...
Would John Lydon count?
By the logic above, I'm going to say Billy Corgan is [gulp] rock. I've always counted him and the Smashing Pumpkins as Emo Rock. Therefore, I suppose, Corgan is in the "rock" genre. ...and a horrible voice that deserves to be a part of this growing list.Sure, it's punk rock.