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All Day and All of the Night
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All Day and All of the Night
Jordan Phillips, lead singer and guitar player for The Kicks, takes a look at "All Day and All of the Night" by the legendary rock and roll pioneers, The Kinks. The song is off their first album, Kinks, which landed in 1964.

This song was one of two breakout hits for these guys. They were a part of the British Invasion in 1963 and known as being the raw mop headed stepbrothers of Lennon and McCartney. The Kinks went on to inspire decades of rock and roll bands after their heyday in the mid 60's and 70's. 

Jordan plays a Epiphone Inspired By Lennon Casino in this lesson.

Jordan Phillips
    Jordan Phillips was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. He picked up a guitar when he was 10 years old. Since then he has been writing, recording, and touring playing rock and roll music. In 2004, he relocated to Nashville, TN where he is now the lead singer and guitar player in the pop/rock band The Kicks. The Kicks have recorded 2 albums (with their 3rd releasing in September 2012) and have spent the past 4 years in North America and Central America, touring and opening for the likes of John Mayer, Los Lonely Boys, Rooney, and Hot Chelle Rae. They also appeared on Austin City Limits in 2011.

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© 1964 - Ray Davies

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