My name is Nancy Neuhaus and I moved to Quad Cities almost 20 years ago. I’m retired from the military and run two websites to keep me busy: and My CD player broke two years ago but the I-Rock app is free.

The best concert I don’t remember going to was a multi-bill outdoor festival in Bloomington, IN in the 70’s – Aerosmith, Blue Oyster Cult, Savoy Brown. We woke up the next day with the sun on our faces where we had passed out in the venue field after “Cities All A-Flame”. The things you do when you’re young and immortal.

Music is there for you when nobody else gets it. Your playlist doesn’t have to make sense to anyone but you and generally won’t. So in case you’re trying to figure it all out, this is stuff to make you feel better. Because hard rock is loud, and in your face, and blasts out whatever was in your brain to make room for new beginnings.

  1. Sevendust – Waffle
  2. Stone Temple Pilots – Plush
  3. 3 Doors Down – Kryptonite
  4. Linkin Park - Numb
  5. Korn – Coming Undone
  6. Slayer – Seasons In the Abyss
  7. Velvet Revolver - Fall to Pieces
  8. Garbage – I Think I’m Paranoid
  9. Lacuna Coil – Heaven’s a Lie
  10. Evanescence – Sick
  11. Alice In Chains – Rooster
  12. Foo Fighters - The Pretender
  13. Audioslave - Show Me How To Live

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