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You choose the playlist.  Then you come to the Rock & Roll Mansion and talk about the songs.  All you need to do is sign up here and then watch your email.  A lot of people are signed up but we'll get you in eventually!


Who Are You?

Chris Massie,

Why Do You Love Hard Rock?

I love all music but metal and punk have always been my favorite.

Who Is Your Favorite Band?

Man I don’t think I have a single favorite

What Is The Best Show You've Been To?

Recently the best concert was Limp Bizkit at the fair. It gave me a whole new respect for Fred Durst bringing all those young kids on stage and jamming with them making forever memories with them. It was short but they did not disappoint one bit.

My Playlist:

  1. Pantera - Walk
  2. Alestorm - Drink
  3. Misfits - Dig Up Her Bones
  4. Korn - Blind
  5. Marilyn Manson - Sweet Dreams
  6. The Lillingtons - Black Hole In My Mind
  7. Rob Zombie - Crow Killer Blues
  8. Horrorpops - Walk Like A Zombie
  9. Metallica - Disposable Heroes
  10. Bullet For My Valentine  - Tears Don’t Fall
  11. Slayer - War Zone
  12. As I Lay Dying - The Truth Of My Perception
  13. Ghost - Dance Macabre

100 Interesting Facts About The Quad Cities You May Or May Not Know

The Quad Cities is filled with a very rich history. From inventions to crossing the Mississippi River, to American Presidents and Walt Disney, there are many facts about the Quad Cities that many people do not know. While there are many more stories and facts to share about the Quad Cities, you'll find in these 100 facts that all roads, somehow, lead back to the Quad Cities.

Gallery Credit: Connor Kenney/Townsquare Media Quad Cities


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