Wake Forest 27587 Magazine

Summer 2019

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20 Summer 2019 | Wake Forest 27587 Magazine A lot of rock 'n' roll legends of varying degrees are still 'doing it." Wishbone Ash, a British band formed — like Nantucket — in 1969, is still on tour with its distinctive twin lead guitars, decades after its medieval-themed album, "Argus," reached No. 3 in the United Kingdom and developed a stateside following. Andy Powell, the band's only remaining original member, in May autographed album covers after playing the Blue Note Grill in down- town Durham. Žat same month, Bryan Adams, the Ca- nadian musician whose 1984 hit "Že Sum- mer of '69" resonated with a then still young generation of baby boomers, head- lined the Red Hat Amphitheater in down- town Raleigh. A half century after that now enamored summer of '69, Že New York Times in March noted that many notable bands such as "Mott the Hoople" had been widowed down to one surviving original member. Že headline hook: "Reunion Tour! Wait, Who Are Žese Guys?" "Žere's a lot of us around," said Steve Earnhart, who as a 45-year-old proližc bass guitar player wasn't born until 1974 but nevertheless was scooped up by the power of rock 'n' roll. "I was a big Doors fan (think 1967's "Light My Fire"), which is ironic because they didn't have a bass player," he said of his early in¥uences. Look for him in a music video of Katrina Carlson's hit single of 2007, "Be the One." "I'm the guy on the top of the Capital Records Building (in Los Angeles)," he said of the video. "I'm eating donuts." And, of course, playing his Fender jazz bass (while playfully wiping sugar from a donut o¨ his lips.) Žat same year, they opened for Eddie Money of "Two Tickets to Paradise" fame at the House of Blues in Hollywood, where Earnhart hung his hat before landing in Wake Forest with his wife, Michele, and Continued on Page 23 kk COURTESY OF STEVE EARNHART -R7XIZI)EVRLEVXMWSRFEWW[MXL/EXVMRE'EVPWSREXXLI,SYWISJ&PYIWMR,SPP][SSH STIRMRKJSV)HHMI1SRI]SJ±8[S8MGOIXWXS4EVEHMWI²JEQI

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