Don’t walk under that ladder! Is that a black cat behind you?
Don’t even think about letting that mirror crack…
Sorry, we get a bit superstitious on days like today. Ya know, Friday the 13th kind of days. But we aren’t the only people sporting healthy doses of paranoia, oh no no. Europe and Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble have got the same idea. Today is the day of SUPERSTITION! Step on a crack and you might just break your mother’s back. That is how the saying goes, yes? So avoid the cracks and hit these videos. Watch now and decide whether Europe’s “Superstitious” or Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble’s cover of “Superstition” does the notion of irrational fears better. Now skidaddle!
When thrash titans Metallica took the field at San Francisco’s AT&T Park to play “The Star Spangled Banner” last week, they were but the latest in a long line of high energy decibel dealers putting their rough stamp on our hallowed National Anthem. Ever since Jimi Hendrix serenaded the Woodstock faithful that bleary August morning in 1969 with his electric-fried version of “The Star Spangled Banner,” rockers have been figuring out daring different ways to rock Francis Scott Key’s composition in instrumental form. We now present to you the 10 Most Rocking Versions of The National Anthem. Give us your feedback on vote on where you think they rank and remember to vote early and vote often.