Classic Rockers Who Sold Out For Commercials [VIDEOS]
Have you ever done something that you were not really proud of? Ever sold out? I have and I sure will again. I'll do just about anything for a free hot dog or a paycheck, man I could go for a hot dog. Anyways, lets look back at classic rockers selling out and singing jingles from back in the day commercials.
1993 - Ted Nugent is first up with his "Energizer Battery" commercial. At first, I thought he just loved burritos, who doesn't?
1963 - Can you believe "The Rolling Stones" plugged one of my favorite cereal (covered in sugar) "Rice Crispies"?
2001 - Paul Stanley must really love coffee. You can really feel the love in this "Folgers Coffee" commercial.
1967 - To me this one makes sense: Cream endorses "Falstaff Beer"
1983 - Beer is back, this time with Ronnie James Dio lending a VERY familiar riff to Budweiser.
1968 - This one really blows my mind. Check out "Iron Butterfly" pushing Ban Roll-On. That's the kind of deodorant I used when I was a kid, I didn't know any better.
1998 - Unfortunately, I do remember this Honda commercial pimped out by ZZ Top. Don't get me wrong, ZZ Top are the epitome of cool, but THIS is definitely a sell out moment.