Was the frontman for Genesis from its conception until drummer Phil Collins took over and Gabriel departed. He went on to have a very successful solo career with hits such as 'Solsbury Hill', 'Sledgehammer', and the ausome 'In Your Eyes'.
Peter Gabriel not only gave us Genesis but also 'Shock the Monkey'
A band that started out in the mid 70's but did not hit huge success until their 1979 album 'Breakfast in America' with such hits as 'Take the Long Way Home' and 'The Logical Song'.
When I heard Supertramp's 'The Logical Song' on an episode of The Simpsons it made me want to kick down a little kids sand castle.
Played with the Destroyers and is best known for his song 'Bad to the Bone' but has other good songs such as 'Move it on Over' and 'Who do you Love'
When my dad said that George Thorogood was a better guitarist than Eric Clapton I punched him in the face
Lead singer and drummer for the 70s rock band The Eagles. Had a successful solo carrer after they split, with hits such as Boys of Summer, End of the Innocence, and All She Wants to do is Dance.
Besides Joe Walsh, Don Henley is the only memeber of The Eagles to have a succesful solo carrer
A band made up of Darryl Hall and John Oates and is considered to be the best rock duo of all time. Their best song is 'Out of Touch'
I wasn't surprised to hear 'Out of Touch' on Vice City since it's such a fucking ausome song
the best song by The Who hands down. yes even better than gems like 'Baba O'Riley', 'Pinball Wizard', and 'Magic Bus'. it appeared on thier last studio album 'It's Hard'
Kazaa sucks ass cause nobody has the video for Eminence Front that you can download
Lead singer of the group Chicago in the late 70's and all of the 80's He was with them when they wrote the ultimate sappy love songs.
Although he had some good hits with Chicago, his best song is 'Glory of Love' from the Karate Kid Part II soundtrack.