Next to each musician's name will be a song title (or album) that really introduced me to their style of playing
and/or really inspired me to play better.
John Bonham (Led Zeppelin) "Good Times Bad Times" and "Moby Dick"
Keith Moon (The Who) "Young Man Blues", from the album, LIVE AT LEEDS
Buddy Rich (I saw a video of him doing a drum solo and that did it for me)
Gene Krupa "Sing, Sing, Sing", from the Benny Goodman album, LIVE AT CARNAGIE HALL
Ringo Starr (The Beatles) "Tomorrow Never Knows" and "Come Together"
Sonny Patterson (Danny's Dad) He was the one that taught me my 1st three chords and taught me alot about
playing rhythm on the guitar
John Fogerty "Suzie Q" and "I Heard It Through The Grapevine"
Eric Clapton "Got To Hurry" (Yardbirds) and "Sunshine Of Your Love" (Cream)
Jimmy Page "Think About It" (Yardbirds), "Bron-Yr-Aur" and "Achilles Last Stand" (Led Zeppelin)
Juliana Hatfield The albums ONLY EVERYTHING, BED and TOTAL SYSTEM FAILURE
John Paul Jones "Good Times Bad Times" (Led Zeppelin) and most of his solo album ZOOMA
John Entwistle (The Who) "My Generation" (listen to his bass solo in this song)