Who coined the phrase yacht rock?

Who started yacht rock?

Ryznar and producers David B. Lyons and Hunter D. Stair launched the Channel 101 web series Yacht Rock in 2005. Hosted by former AllMusic editor “Hollywood” Steve Huey, the series was a loving sendup of the late ’70s/early ’80s smooth jams to which many Millennials and late period Gen-Xers were likely conceived.

What does the term Yacht Rock mean?

Yacht rock is music, primarily created between 1976 and ’84, that can be characterized as smooth and melodic, and typically combines elements of jazz, rhythm and blues, and rock. You’ll hear very little acoustic guitar (get that “Horse With No Name” out of there) but a lot of Fender Rhodes electric piano.

Why do they call it yacht rock?

Its name, coined in 2005 by the makers of the online video series Yacht Rock, was derived from its association with the popular Southern Californian leisure activity of sailing.

Is air supply a yacht rock?

Essentially, Air Supply was Hall and Oates with Australian accents and without Philly Soul influences. Yacht Rock without Air Supply is like the NBA without groupies.

What is an example of Yacht Rock?

Artists most commonly thought of in the Yacht Rock era include Michael McDonald, Ambrosia, 10cc, Toto, Kenny Loggins, Boz Scaggs, and Christopher Cross. Yacht Rock has become the muse of a great number of tribute bands, and is the current subject of a short-run channel on Sirius XM.

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How do I get Yacht Rock on Sirius?

Love has been moved from Channel 17 to Channel 70 so Yacht rock has also moved to Channel 70 through the end of its run. For an updated channel lineup please go to www.SiriusXM.com/ChannelLineup.

Who killed Koko yacht rock?

Loggins and McDonald pair up against the duo Hall & Oates for a songwriting competition. Koko is accidentally impaled by his lucky harpoon during the ensuing melee, but is at peace before his death by hearing the smoothest song ever sung by a young Christopher Cross. Also featured in S.O.S. Fantome episode two.

How many original Doobie Brothers are left?

Tom Johnston and Patrick Simmons are the original founders of the Doobie Brothers, who still perform today. A skilled session guitarist with a lot of work you probably know, John McFee joined us around 1979 after Jeff Baxter. These three musicians are currently touring with the group.