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Which Band Do You Want To See Reunite?

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Bands break up all the time. Sometimes, they reconcile, whether it be soon after the initial separation or years later after some of the original members have gotten older. Other times, they never get back together and the only outlet you can remember them is by listening to the same albums over and over and over or via nostalgic Facebook fan pages.

This makes me wonder who you think is the one band you wish you could see but the band members are too stubborn to get back together, collect a hefty paycheck and please tons of fans. Earlier this year, we talked about a similar topic on the Deminski & Doyle show, though not exactly the same. We asked you: Which musician would you pay to see come back from the dead? We had some interesting responses throughout the hour, including Freddie Mercury, John Lennon and Joe Strummer. Because these artists are deceased, there really isn’t much you can do about seeing a reunion (besides a hologram, cough…Tupac…cough).

What about those that are still with us, and doing well, but just won’t pick up the phone and organize a reunion? My pick is Creedence Clearwater Revival. I’ve always been a big John Fogerty fan, and I don’t think I’ve ever turned off a CCR song on the radio (except for that extremely long cover of “I Heard It Through The Grapevine”). If they decided to give it one more shot, I’d cough up the big bucks to see them live.

What about you? Which band would you like to see get back together? Let us know in the comment section below.

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