It’s Halloween! Are you in a costume? Did you wear one to work or to lounge around at home, if you’re so lucky?
If you did, good for you. It’s a day to have fun, after all, a day for creativity to shine. Maybe you decorated a jack-o-lantern, for example. And if you have children, a day to help them walk around the neighborhood in search of piles of candy.
It’s also a day for the social media accounts of classic rock bands and artists to get in the spirit with festive Halloween-themed posts, like this vintage one from the Who:
The Grateful Dead bears did a dance …
Bob Weir imparted some wisdom …
— Bob Weir (@BobWeir) October 31, 2019
Look at those lads, all dressed up for the big day.
And here’s one from Ozzy Osbourne — did you dress up as him for today, by the way? — putting a spin on his Blizzard of Ozz album cover, complete with a flaming jack-o-lantern:
Sammy Hagar had a fun one:
Megadeth got into the spirit as well!
For shock-rock icon Alice Cooper, everyday is Halloween, really, but that’s never more true than on Halloween itself.
And here’s a post from John Lennon’s account, highlighting some of the frills that John and Yoko flaunted:
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HAPPY HALLOWEEN!⠀ John & Yoko were with The Rolling Stones, The Who, Jethro Tull, Tommy Iommi, Marianne Faithful, Ivry Gitlis, Taj Mahal, Eric Clapton and Mitch Mitchell at the Intertel (V.T.R. Services) Studios, Wycombe Road, Wembley in front of an invited audience on 11 December 1968.