Friday, July 15, 2011

Rob Grill lived for today

In our midnight confessions we're tellin' the world that we loved Rob Grill. The lead singer and bass player for the Grass Roots died earlier this week in Mount Dora, Florida.  He was 67. Here's the obituary we saw on the Washington Post website via the Orlando Sentinel:

We Boomers tend to romanticize our past because, well, we were younger and it seemed like a better place and a simpler time -- especially with the music that was playing on the airwaves.  Grill and the Grass Roots generated good vibes with songs like "Let's Live for Today" and "Midnight Confessions" that helped us get through our teen-age years.

Here's to Rob Grill and some good times...

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