Taylor Hawkins Tribute (Modern Musicology #36)

Modern Musicology 36 Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert

Taylor Hawkins Tribute

This was supposed to be a week off for the Modern Musicology gang! Alan, Rob and Anthony were at Dragon Con in Atlanta all weekend, and there wasn’t an opportunity for the four of us to record a new episode. But I came home from the convention on Monday and had the opportunity to watch the entire Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert, and I really wanted to record a review. So I called up my good friend Vicki Hudson, lead singer of the RUSH tribute band The Spirit of Rush, who had watched the concert live!

We talk about The Spirit of Rush, Vicki’s published works, and some of our favorite performances from the Tribute show, like Paul McCartney, Rush, Queen, Stewart Copeland, Brian Johnson, Supergrass, The Pretenders, and of course The Foo Fighters

What were your favorite moments from the Taylor Hawkins tribute show? Were you there? Let us know! We’d love to hear from you. Email us at  or leave us a comment wherever you’re listening!

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