“There ought to be limits to freedom.” Who said it?
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Results: I suppose when a #3 seed beats a #2 seed and the #3 seed is one of the most important and influential bands of all time it’s hard to call it an upset, huh? The numbers:
#3 The Who 66%; #2 Bruce Springsteen/E Street Band 34%. The Who are our first band into the Great 8.
Now let’s truck the tournament to name the greatest band of all time out to the Fillmore region and see if we can’t incite fans of incendiary hard rock guitar into a galloping hissy fit.
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Please have a look at the Tournament of Rock – Legends logo.
As you can see, it features a red guitar. But that’s not just
any red guitar, ladies and gentlemen. That’s a very specific and very famous guitar.
For ten points, name that guitar.