Happy New Year From Some of Your Favorite Music Artists (on Social Media)

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Rock Cellar Magazine

It’s that time again — somehow — to say goodbye to the past and embrace the future. Happy New Year! 2019 is done, and 2020 is ready to take over.

Whether you’ve figured out your New Year’s Resolution yet or not, it’s important to head into 2020 full bore, ready for new experiences and challenges.

It’s also time for your favorite classic music artists to send their well wishes on social media, which many did throughout Tuesday in the hours leading up to New Year’s Eve festivities around the world.

Fresh off a triumphant year of touring, the Rolling Stones threw fireworks of their own into the mix with this post:


Mick Jagger adopted a similar tone in his post:

Peter Frampton threw a party in his studio, a well deserved break after his farewell tour earlier in the year:


Brian May of Queen felt at peace …


Joe Walsh kicked back with some surfboards in a post befitting the guitarist’s laid-back vibe:


2019 Rock Cellar TV interviewee Dewey Bunnell and Gerry Beckley of the band America capped off a busy 2019 with this post:


Commenting on how the flow of time is overwhelming, Susanna Hoffs shared this flashback:

Ringo Starr, meanwhile, sent wishes of peace this New Year’s Eve:


And a second one, with pups!


The Who‘s pages celebrated the band’s new album, WHO — which Roger Daltrey discussed with us in length recently:

Def Leppard struck a pose …

Frank Sinatra’s official account shared a timely one …


And this was just the tip of the iceberg as far as social media posts go for New Year’s wishes — as everybody does it these days!

Happy New Year to you and yours!



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