After several conflicting rumors buzzed across the Internet, one thing we’re now certain is that [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Gary Glitter[/lastfm]‘s “Rock and Roll Part Two” won’t be played at Sunday’s big game...
The longtime ballpark anthem still earns its composer-performer a hefty royalty check every year — despite Glitter’s series of moral convictions. But the New England Patriots have made it clear that it’s not their fight song; they haven’t played it at home games for years.
Jeff Cournoyer, the team’s director of corporate communications tells ESPN the Pats have played [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Bon Jovi[/lastfm]‘s “This is Our House” after TDs at Gillette Stadium for “several seasons.”
NFL executive Brian McCarthy termed the story in London’s Daily Mail story “bogus,” and added that no version of “Rock and Roll Part Two” has been played at the big game since 2006. ~JZ.
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