Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Let's All Take a Moment to Remember the Time C-3PO Drummed for Linda Rondstadt

Posted By on Wed, Oct 28, 2015 at 2:15 PM

Alright, maybe that headline was a tad misleading, but you should check out this vintage Marvel comics magazine cover courtesy of io9 that depicts Tucson's patron saint of twang in an actual supergroup with C-3PO on drums, Captain American on bass and Dr. Strange on guitar. The February 1978 issue of Pizzazz also promises a "scintillatin'" poster of Dr. J that I'd really like to see.

Wonder what this combo would sound like... - THATWEISSGUY/TWITTER
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  • Wonder what this combo would sound like...

Pretty cool, right?

Linda Rondstadt also played in Tucson with another supergroup—The Rolling Stones—that same year. Coincidence? I think so. But still, you should listen to this:


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