Sunday, November 4, 2018
Monday's Music Moves Me: Unconventional Duets
Welcome to another episode of Monday's Music Moves Me. This a bloghop. If you want to see who else is playing or sign up to join the fun you can visit this site. I hope your minds are open to let your feet dance in this genre bending and swapping event. Today's theme is unconventional duets. The theme was Stacy's idea.
Robert Plant and Alison Krauss
Robert Plant will always be known as the singer from the legendary rock group Led Zeppelin. Alison Krauss is gifted with a beautiful voice whose music falls in somewhere in the contemporary bluegrass, country, category. The two musicians came together for a platinum selling, multi-Grammy Award winning album.
"GONE, GONE, GONE"
U2 AND BB KING
U2, the Irish Rock Band who fills stadiums with their tours, is quite different from blues legend BB King. However, they got together for a few songs and had some success.
"When Love Comes to Town"
Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney
A Beatle and the King of Pop together.
"Say, Say, Say"
Is Paul McCartney and the surviving members of Nirvana more unconventional?
Paul and Nirvana
"Cut Me Some Slack"
Taylor Swift and Def Leppard
Taylor Swift went from a Country Artist to become a Pop Empire. Somewhere along the way she teamed up with these rockers...
"Pour Some Sugar on Me"
I could go on and on but I think I will leave you with these five.