Top 44 Classic Rock Quotes

We have collected the best Classic Rock Quotes by famous authors including Wiz Khalifa, John Legend, Steve Zissis, Paul Westerberg, Louise Post and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.

I like a lot of old-school R&B, soul, and classic rock.
I like a lot of old-school R&B, soul, and classic rock.

Wiz Khalifa
I listen to all those kinds of music, from classic soul to hip-hop to Brazilian music to, you know, jazz to indie to alternative. So whatever. I listen to all if it. Classic rock and classic pop, all of that.

John Legend
Growing up in New Orleans, when you’re in seventh and eighth grade, and you’re into music, and you’re a dorky dude, you know, you listen to the entire Rush catalog and the entire Zeppelin catalog, and you go through these, like, phases of classic rock.

Steve Zissis
I forever felt that I’ve fallen right between the crack of way too young for the first generation of classic rock ‘n’ roll and too old to be brand-new. It’s hard.

Paul Westerberg
My big brother listened to classic rock, and I grew up listening to a classic rock station called KSHE.

Louise Post
I love listening to Led Zeppelin and classic rock albums from the Seventies. They’re just so brilliant because they breathe.

Zacky Vengeance
God bless classic rock. It’s been very good to me; I’ll tell you that.

Steve Lukather
I love classic rock, rock and roll, that’s the top notch. I love soul – bluesy music as well.

Haley Reinhart
I am Classic Rock Revisited. I revisit it every waking moment of my life because it has the spirit and the attitude and the fire and the middle finger. I am Rosa Parks with a Gibson guitar.

Ted Nugent
I usually listen to classic rock and roll.

Caleb Landry Jones
From country rock to Cajun, classic rock to Latin, and blues to Americana, I’ve had the pleasure of re-discovering the ‘jewels’ from my repertoire that are so well-liked.

Shakin’ Stevens
Kids like classic rock, and so do adults.

Wolfman Jack
I went from being a kid-kid, listen to everything from The Beatles through Kiss, Peter Frampton, Jethro Tull classic rock, classic stuff into immediately, it seemed like, Iron Maiden and stuff like that. The first Iron Maiden record and then, obviously, the first Metallica record.

Phil Anselmo
None of my family are musicians, but there was a lot of classic rock and country going on. I always wanted to sing. As soon as I expressed an interest my mom was super supportive of me.

Phoebe Bridgers
‘Classic rock’ is never a label that we’ve given ourselves – it’s one of the many labels that’s been imposed on us.

Ian Gillan
I always wanted to tell the story of how Pearl Jam is the story of lightning striking twice. As well as being the flipside of the classic rock tale where great promise ends in tragedy. This is where tragedy begins great promise.

Cameron Crowe
I wasn’t personally that familiar with the Classic Rock bands. That is where Jorn Viggo came in: he played me tons of that stuff – Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, plus a lot of bands with cool songs, riffs, vocals, etc. We really listened to tons of music.

Floor Jansen
I don’t like putting a name on my music. It’s not just country and rap; it’s got Southern rock, classic rock.

Big Smo
At 14, I was in my own little classic rock country band. Then, after high school, I started another band called Northern Comfort. That was based out of Chico, Calif.

Jon Pardi
It’s funny: here I am, a guy who plays in one of the world’s biggest classic-rock bands, and to tell you the truth, I listen to classic rock the least.

Rickey Medlocke
I listen to everything. My playlists are wide-ranging. I listen to classic rock, gospel, Christian, soul.

Ernie Johnson Jr.
I grew up loving classic rock music – The Beatles, The Rolling Stones – and then one day I heard ‘Baby One More Time’ on the radio and I thought ‘What is this?’ I was eight and it changed my life.

Sara Paxton
As a kid, my parents had the typical stuff going on in the home, like Bee Gees, The Carpenters. Then I got exposed to what my brothers were listening to: a lot of classic rock, Led Zeppelin. It was around the mid-’80s when the whole Electro-Techno-Pop-House music thing started happening in Chicago.

I see friends who are in different genres of music, and they say they’re so burnt playing the same stuff every night. That’s why you see a country act wanting to go out and play an old classic rock song. But what cracks me up is that they all want to be Jimmy Buffett. I can’t figure that out.

Kid Rock
I grew up listening to classic rock – the Kinks, Genesis, The Who, Pink Floyd.

Ted Cruz
The big stadiums get totally packed, and everyone knows the words, and it’s screaming young girls. I met a whole bunch of great Nashville musicians, and they accepted me in their community. Classic rock and country music go well together.

Joe Walsh
I have truly eclectic taste in music, and I seem to cycle through phases in terms of to what’s inspiring me. I’ll go from Beethoven to Sigur Ros; world music, Brit-pop, classic rock, blues/jazz, even the odd bit of heavy metal.

Rachel Miner
I’m into classic rock, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel.

Big Cass
I really like all music, but mostly Country, older R&B, and the good classic rock.

Brett Favre
I wanna write a classic metal record, a classic rock record, in 2013.

M. Shadows
I equally love both, classic rock and hip-hop. I love all music, really, and I really use classic rock a lot. I’m heavily influenced by that melodically in my music. I can’t really separate the two.

Classic Rock radio gave us our longevity.

George Thorogood
I don’t know, when I was a kid, when I would see shows that changed my life, I would go to see shows where there was my mother taking us to see classic rock concerts, like Zeppelin, or when I saw Pink Floyd or when I saw, you know, when I was a little older, and I saw Nine Inch Nails, and I saw The Cure.

Jared Leto
I am a child of the ’70s, so I love classic rock – Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Van Morrison, and I also love Coldplay.

Rachel Zoe
I was inspired by the classic rock radio of the Seventies. They separated Chuck Berry and the Beatles from the Led Zeppelins and Bostons and Peter Framptons of the time. In many ways, classic rock became bigger than mainstream rock.

Chuck D
When I was a young teenager, it was all about The Clash for me and that sort of English punk stuff. Then the Clash led me to all these other kinds of music: classic rock, Stevie Wonder, world music, and Brazilian music. I got serious about jazz when I was probably about 14 or 15.

Greg Kurstin
My dad was into classic rock and R&B, which I originally started in. And then my mom did the country.

Gabby Barrett
The most important thing is I am trying to bring classic rock into pop culture, so I don’t think anything is going to look like vintage or old-school.

Chloe Kohanski
When people come to the show they think we are a legendary band because they hear us on Classic Rock radio all the time. It is psychological. That’s okay – I’m down with that.

George Thorogood
To see classic rock, you had to go to an arena. But punk was happening everywhere, even in little towns in the middle of nowhere in Maryland. I’d drive out to places I’d never been, just to go and see it.

Bill Callahan
Classic rock, psychedelic rock – I like to dig up old music and see what I can get influenced by.

My guitar is a mutation between a classic Fender Stratocaster guitar, which I played for years, and a Gibson solid-body like an SG or a Les Paul. It contains all sounds of the basic classic rock n’ roll guitars. It does what I want it to do.

Jerry Garcia
I was enamored with music at a very young age. Everything started with kundiman, then evolved to Carpenters, Barbra Streisand, Barry Manilow, and eventually classic rock music.

Arnel Pineda
The reason it has lasted for 30 years is for one reason and one reason only: Classic Rock radio.

George Thorogood