"American Woman" is a song by Canadian rock band 'The Guess Who', first released in January 1970 on the album of the same name and later as a single, which reached no.1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song's origins took the form of a live jam at a curling rink concert. The subsequent studio recording features the original almost completely unchanged; only a few lines were added.
▶ Mr Big (UK) - Senora (1978) - Mr Big were a British pop rock band, active in the 1970s and 1990s. They were formed by Jeff Pain (aka Dicken) and best known for their 1977 Top 5 hit, "Romeo". The band was originally active from 1972–1978 and then for a second period from 1990-1998.
▶ American Tears - "Say You'll Stay"  - "American Tears was a keyboard-dominated, New York-based hard rock band of the 1970s. Leader, Mark Mangold, bassists Gary Sonny and Greg Baze and drummer Tommy Gunn...Failing to find an audience, Mangold reorganized, emerging with a new lineup featuring guitarist Evan Brooks, and a rhythm section of Kirk Powers and Glenn Kithcart... ~ William Ruhlmann, Rovi
▶ Doobie Brothers - Listen To The Music - - "The Doobie Brothers are an American rock band. They have sold over 30 million albums in the United States from the 1970s to the present. The Doobie Brothers were inducted into The Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2004."
▶ Mr Big (UK) : Romeo ( TOTP 1977) - Mr Big were a British pop rock band, active in the 1970s and 1990s. They were formed by Jeff Pain (aka Dicken) and best known for their 1977 Top 5 hit, "Romeo". The band was originally active from 1972–1978 and then for a second period from 1990-1998.
▶ Tear Gas - Where Is My Answer - Tear Gas is a Scottish rock band who recorded two albums in the early 70's. Tear Gas was the final album by rock band Tear Gas. After the release of this album,Alex Harvey joined the group. It went on to become The Sensational Alex Harvey Band.
Alabama Shakes - Hold On (Official Video) \\ I love this song. For a new band, they play with so much soul! A great mix of Southern rock & blues. What I'd imagine The Black Keys would sound had they grown up around Memphis.