When I was 8 years old, I had grand dreams of marrying Keith Moon (only to have him shatter that VERY POSSIBLE DREAM by passing away). "Laura Moon" had a ring to it.
I then moved on to Stewart Copeland but by the time I was "of age", he had already been married to the gorgeous Sonja Kristina for several years. I didn't stand a chance.
So, in the late 80's I decided to set my sights on Joe Strummer knowing he was never officially married to Gaby but later realizing it was because he WAS still married to Pamela Moolman. Dashed dreams, again!
Do you see a pattern here? I've got great taste in musicians but they were/are all un-available men.
Well, this isn't about my love for these people inasmuch as this is about my love of their music. Certainly the overlap exists for it is from these people that the music comes forth. But i digress.
Let me leave you with one of my favorite quotes from one of my favorite people (RIP):
"The politics of rock n roll is that a whole lot of kids want to be fried out of their skins by the most scalding propulsion they can find, for a night they can pretend is the rest of their lives, and whether the next day they go back to work in shops or boredom on the American TV doldrums, nothing can cancel the reality of that night in the revivifying flames when, for once if only then in your life, you were blasted outside of yourself and the monotony which defines most of life anywhere at any time; when you supped on lightning and nothing else in the realms of the living or dead mattered... at all"
~(The One & Only) Lester Bangs
So, my "Scout" Station reflects what I love. Enjoy!