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When was Sorrow written?
“Sorrow” is a song first recorded by the McCoys in 1965 and released as the B-side to their cover of “Fever”. It became a big hit in the United Kingdom in a version by the Merseys, reaching number 4 on the UK chart on 28 April 1966….Sorrow (The McCoys song)
Who originally sang bad Religion?
Bad Religion (song)
|Songwriter(s)||Sully Erna Tommy Stewart|
|Producer(s)||Sully Erna Murdock|
|Godsmack singles chronology|
|“Voodoo” (1999) “Bad Religion” (2000) “Awake” (2000)|
How long has Bad Religion been around?
Bad Religion was formed in Los Angeles, California in 1980 by high school students Greg Graffin, Jay Bentley, Jay Ziskrout, and Brett Gurewitz. Their first public performance was playing six or eight songs at a Fullerton, California, or Santa Ana, California, warehouse opening for Social Distortion.
Who wrote the song sorrow 1966?
Jerry GoldsteinBob Feldman
Who wrote Pink Floyd sorrow?
How old is Greg Graffin?
57 years (November 6, 1964)
What religion is Godsmack?
Sully Erna, the lead singer of Godsmack, has acknowledged he is a practicing Wiccan. Critics have called him a devil worshipper, to which he has said: “We also don’t worship Satan; he is a Christian creation and they can keep him. Wicca doesn’t work with fear. It’s about your own consciousness and doing what’s right.”
Is Bad Religion sober?
In the mid to late 90s Brett struggled with addiction to crack cocaine, heroin and other very hard drugs. He successfully completed drug rehabilitation and got sober by 1999.
Who sang the song Sorrow first?
Are the Merseys and the merseybeats the same group?
The Merseybeats (also related vocal duo The Merseys) are an English beat band that emerged from the Liverpool Merseybeat scene in the early 1960s, performing at the Cavern Club along with the Beatles, Gerry and the Pacemakers, and other similar artists.
Who sang sorrow Pink Floyd?