Super Bowl Music Review – Bruno Mars And The Red Hot Chili Peppers

I mean, let’s admit it. Unless you’re from Seattle, the most exciting part of that Super Bowl really was the halftime show. I mean, don’t get me wrong, props to the Seahawks for being awesome and dominant, but I don’t think anyone saw that coming at all.

I feel like the Bruno Mars haters are a bit out of line. There are always people talking about, wow I wish music was the used it to be.

Well, muthafucka, here it is! Bruno Mars is a direct throwback to the good old 40s 50s 60s style of music. Just a pure out powerful voice, James Brown dance moves and inhouse songwriting that makes a complete entertainer !

I really liked the Billionaire kids chorus intro. That was an interesting way to start.  Locked Out Of Heaven is now officially now known as the Pepsi Halftime song. and then The Red Hot Chili Peppers !

I’ve had the privileged of seeing these guys live and they’re nuts. You want a clinic on studying uncontrolled, frenetic energy? Just youtube them live and you’ll see what Im talking about.

I think it’s great that all through the night, The NFL was giving our soldiers tribute and the Just The Way You Are one was just as special. It was a strong ending, with Bruno Mars singing by himself.

Overall a great halftime show !

 

 

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