When you think of Stephen King, his wardrobe inevitably comes up. However, that was the topic that came up recently when King replied to a tweet about band T-shirts.
A tweet is floating around that has been seen by more than five million people, and it raises a fairly straightforward question for all of us: who was the band the last time you wore a band T-Shirt?
Honestly, it's difficult not to answer this one because it's something pretty much everyone can remember. Or am I? Regardless, King had an answer ready to go. Any guesses?
The heavy metal band AC/DC he chooses is a heavy rock band from the 1970s, which is undoubtedly one of his most popular songs of all time. What are some of his other favorites? "Pink Houses" by John Cougar Mellencamp for one, "She Loves You," by The Beatles, and, surprisingly, "When the Stars Go Blue" by Ryan Adams.
King has many songs to his liking, but has also influenced a generation of singers over the years. For example, the Metallica classic "Ride the Lightning" is from the book The Stand, with its following sentence:
The Ramones song "Pet Sematary," which is based on King's book of the same name, is a bit more nosey.