Scott Storick has been known to have a deep appreciation for classic 80s rock. For Scott, rock music defines a generation. It highlights the style, attitude, and fashion of a rebellious era looking to speak out and express themselves in every which way possible. But most importantly, it combines melodic riffs and various elements of soul and guitars to get your blood pumping. Because of his deep rooted passion, Scott tries to see at least two live shows a month. Some of Scott’s favorite bands are: Van Halen, Toby Keith, the Eagles, Poison, Earth, Wind, and Fire, and the Jersey boy Bon Jovi.


 

This video is brought to you by Van Halen’s Official You Tube Channel: Van Halen TV.“Jump” is a song by the American rock band Van Halen. It was released in December 1983 as the lead single from their album 1984. It is also Van Halen’s only single to reach number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. While considered an vintage 80s classic, “Jump” continues to be one of Scott Storick’s favorite songs. With its upbeat rhythmic tune and incredible guitar solo, “Jump,” will and forever hold the memories a good times and Rock n’ Roll.

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Growing up in North Carolina, Scott will always and forever have a heart for country music. For him, country music is a representation for the realities of the America life. Every song, lyric, and word complements the everyday emotion of the day to day. In addition with its melodic melodies and slow pace jams, country music allows every fan to tap their toes, roll down their windows, reminisce or mourn about old times, and enjoy the jams with good friends and company. One of Scott Storick’s favorite country artist is the talented and legendary Toby Keith. His songs about the American life truly hit home every time he plays his songs.

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If you know anything about Scott Storick, you will know he has a deep appreciation for classic 80s rock music. For Scott, this wasn’t simply about cool guitar riffs or loud screaming music. Instead it was about a genre that defined an entire generation. It highlighted the overall style, attitude, and fashion that personified this rebellious era to speak out, have fun, and enjoy life. Of the many 80s rock bands, Poison will always and forever be up there in Scott Storick’s favorites. Probably one of Poison’s best hits was “Every Rose Has It’s Thorn.”

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Now you cannot have grown up within the 70’s without enjoying the upbeat funk of Earth, Wind, and Fire. For Scott, the song “September” will always be seen as a timeless and galvanizing work of art. With its upbeat tune and “Dancing in September” chorus, “September” will and forever be one of Scott’s top five songs.

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Forever a classic, Jersey boy Bon Jovi’s “It’s my Life,” will always be seen as one of Scott Storick’s favorite pump up songs. The song itself has always been representative of the 80s Rock n’ Roll era and continues to be an anthem for Rock n’ Roll in general. But what makes this song so great is its ability to continue to reinvent itself. Unlike other 80s songs, the strong rhythmic beat and the inspirational lyrics of “It’s my Life,” somehow connects with new generations  to a point where it continues to be played and covered today.