Music, Moustache and Movember
Men, Mustaches, Movember. Yep, it's that time of the year when men grow their whiskers for several social causes. So in order to laud the cause & celebrate the month of November, we'll look down the history of rock, for men who flaunted their 'staches like no one else.
John Bonham- Bonzo's Montreux
Argubly the best drummer of all times, the great Bonzo would switch between the Horseshoe & Magnum P.I style with great panache.
Frank Zappa- Montana (A Token Of His Extreme)
Although he didn't mean it to be that context, it fits right in when good old Frank sang “I’d have my crop & it’d be on top”.
Rob Zombie- Dragula
Rob Zombie has sported some remarkable bristles which matches his persona, that of a Metal Veteran & Horror Film Director.
Freddie Mercury- Bohemian Rapsody
For all his flarmboyant bohemian lifestyle, The Queen's frontman sure donned the simple classic with a grandeur of a someone from a Royal Family.
Lemmy Kilmister- Born To Raise Hell
The man from Motorhead with those million-dollar Mutton-chops. There is no one in the rock industry with a more exquisite mo.
ZZ top- Tush
The men from Texas sure know a thing or two about facial hair & this trio sure did a good job to keep up with the legacy.
So, there you have it, the men & their mo's. The Horseshoe or the Mutton-chops, Van Dyke or the old and faithful Handlebar, which style are you going for?
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