A Definitive Ranking of Auburn Cover-Bands

A Definitive Ranking of Auburn Cover-Bands

Whatever your fancy, these guys can play it.

Whether they are rock, country, rap or however you want to describe Tim Tyler, watching a cover-band at the bar is just about the most fun any person can legally have whilst drinking intoxicating beverages.

Below is a definitive and well-researched ranking of the top-of-the-line bar cover-bands.

1. Blackberry Breeze

The Dadeville, AL, based alternative rock group is the most entertaining, musically talented, and diverse cover-band in the game right now. They have their roots in 90’s rock covering the gambit, from Blink 182 to AWOL Nation, Smash Mouth to Jimmy Eat World, but they also do a medley of rap hits from Nelly, Ludacris, Eminem, and others right in the middle of the set to really blow the roof off the place. They are engaging, entertaining, and genuinely love what they’re doing, which is extremely apparent at every show they put on. Whenever they are in town, they are an absolute must-see.

2. Trotline

The South Georgia based country cover-band can really throw a redneck party. They are the premiere country cover-band on the bar/fraternity house circuit right now. Right from the opener, you know these guys are just here to party and play music. When they play "Devil Went Down To Georgia," every party they play at can officially qualify as a hootenanny.

3. Tim Tyler

Tim Tyler cannot be described by a single genre, because he does it all: country, rock, hip-hop, and pop. Tim and his guitar player, Lane Wood, play everything from Elton John to Dave Matthews, The Osborne Brothers to Lynard Skynard. They are fun, they are loud, and they are good, which is perfect for a Friday night at SkyBar. Sing us a sing, Piano Man.

4. Fly-By Radio

This classic rock cover-band is here to do one thing and one thing only: rock your faces off, and they succeed. Aerosmith, Journey, Nirvana, and Guns N Roses are their wheelhouse, but they have branched out to include such artists as Hank Jr, Miley Cyrus and the Isley Brothers into their set. And their rendition of "Pour Some Sugar On Me" by Def Leppard is must-see entertainment. Prepare for face-melting guitar solos, pounding drum beats, and lots and lots of leather.

5. Az Izz

No one represents the dirty dirty quite like Az-Izz. They turn every party they play at on its head with their down south rap sound and their sheer energy. Playing every rap song you could ever think of, things get funky pretty quick, and it’s amazing. Their cover of “Get Low” by Lil Jon and the Eastside Boys gets the party going, and it doesn’t let up from there.

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To The Celebrities Who Didn't Wear Black To The Golden Globes

In a sea of black, red will shine through.

The Golden Globes were aired this past. If you didn't notice, Hollywood decided to coordinate their color dresses but some celebrities stuck out from the crowd like sore thumbs. The event was meant to advocate for sexual harassment and sexual assault in the entertainment industry and hoped that by making a statement with color, the message would be heard worldwide that women are no longer remaining silent when oppressed by powerful misogynists.

Maybe some missed the memo and decided to roll with it anyway, or they simply chose to remain completely separate from this highly politicized issue. Either way, the time and place for individuality may not have been a place dedicated to activism.

Blanca Blanco and Barbara Meier were among the few women who chose to wear red to the awards ceremony. People had some interesting things to say about it, too:

Some may have responded in rather funny ways, but the root of this issue is anything but humorous. These women made their statements as to why they chose not to dress in black, but people are not accepting these responses as valid.

Blanca Blanco simply responded, “I love red,” which not only refuses to address the actual issue of failure to support, but it does little to really explain her choice. If you ask a football player who refuses to kneel during the anthem why they do it, I’m sure their response wouldn’t be, “I like standing.” Every choice means something, and one can venture a guess that choices made by people of high fame are almost inherently political.

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