I used to not like "Rock 'N Roll" by Led Zeppelin. Not because of the song mind you but more becuase of the way I played it. We generally video every gig and our band managment would post clips of that song on social media and I would cringe watching/ listening to myself. But it also proved very helpful. I would make subtle adjustments each time and I now have it down to where it sounds respectable. One of the biggest tripping points for me was establishing the correct tempo. I think in general I had a tendency to play it too fast. Now, before I count it off, i sing the beginning of Johnny B Goode to myself and that centers the time for me. Also a big improvement in my playing in general, has been lowering my hi-hat volume. I try to self mix on the fly and to make my groove sound like it would as if it were on a record. All of this is a long-winded way of saying, I've been digging playing Rock N Roll lately, and I enjoy coming up with subtly different endings that add excitement. I also don't mind playing "Uptown Funk" - Bruno Mars although it's getting a little long in the tooth at this point. "Your Love" - The Outfield is still fun for me. Even after 10 years with this band, "American Girl" - Tom Petty is still fun to play. This is another one that I've honed in on. I see a lot of guys play this tune way too slow. If you listen to the record it moves along at a pretty good clip. I also try to play 8 or 16 bar phrases like Stan did, in an effort to give new sections a lift and to make the tune sound less stagnant. "American Band" - GFR "I will Survive" - Gloria Gaynor cheesey as the tune is, I just try to be a four on the floor, disco-thumping machine on this one. "Dont Stop Believin'" - Journey We also do a 5 song Bon Jovi medley which includes snippets of Livin' on a Prayer, You Give Love a Bad Name, Runaway, and Dead or Alive that's still fun.