That is a class I wanna take!!

Van Zandt unveils rock-and-roll course
WASHINGTON – Steven Van Zandt says that in developing a curriculum to teach a new generation the history of rock and roll, he tried to put himself in the place of the students who would be learning from it.
“Make it fun. Look at kids going to school … and taking that energy from the music, you know, history, and taking that energy into their other classes,” Van Zandt said in an interview that aired Sunday on ABC’s “This Week.”
Van Zandt, guitarist for Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band and a former cast member of “The Sopranos,” is the founder of the Rock and Roll Forever Foundation. He said he’s never really repaid what music has done for him, but the new course is a start.
“The history of rock and roll is a history of, certainly, 20th-century America, from there on, anyway. All the cultural impact that it had with civil rights and women’s rights and all that other stuff. Well, this is what’s going to last. This is what’s going to, you know, be here long after we’re gone,” he said.