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Classic Rock changing for the new generation?

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) - Many people would consider Led Zeppelin and Ozzy Osbourne classic rock. Even U2 and Nirvana are considered classic rock. But what would your reaction be to hearing Green Day’s “American Idiot” on a classic rock radio station?

Apparently, classic rock is changing for the newer generation. What kids grew up with in the 90’s and 2000 era is turning into the “classics.”

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On a side note, Chicago listens to Bruce Springsteen the most compared to the rest of the country.
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