what is being rock’n’roll?

what it is being rock’n’roll in 2009? Do what you dream of, allowing yourself to do it the way you’re able to do it. It’s doing his best, knowing his limits but doing the best with what we got/are.
It’s just a proposal, not a firm definition.

Is posing/dressing/smoking/drinking way to much/being provocative without having anything to say/pretending to be cool/being in art school etc rock’n’roll? Well maybe it looks like it, but deeper in the meaning it just looks like… well something like immaturity or anything lighter maybe. no offense, just thinking out loud. 😉

3 thoughts on “what is being rock’n’roll?

  1. “There’s nothing more boring than a rock’n’roll star. Someone who has been on the road for 10 years, expecting attention wherever he goes, drinking himself stupid, who is obnoxious, incoherent, uncreative, and has a massive ego. There’s nothing more pointless.” Thom Yorke

    Who’s the most rock’n’roll ?

    The self-destructive star or Thom Yorke, the pure antithesis of this kind of rock’n’roll star?

    Who’s rebel?

    For me, being rock’n’roll is swimming against the current, whatever it is…

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