Is there a band that can “Rock and Roll” and “Party” at the same time?
That assumes the possibility that Rocking and Rolling is not mutually exclusive to partying. Which seems like at least a reasonably valid assumption.
So, not long ago, I heard a song playing on the radio. I forget what it was called. But, the important part here is that the band seemed to expressing a desire to "Rock and Roll" all night in addition to "Partying" every day. It was unclear if they were ultimately successful in either of their endeavors, but let's talk about goal setting for a bit here.
I'm okay with a rock band wanting to Rock and Roll. That is more or less what they're for. But why do they limit themselves to merely wanting to Rock and Roll at night, when apparently the parties happen during the day. If their rocking and rolling does not help contribute to the party, then they're either at the wrong party, or their rocking and rolling can't be very good. Ideally, I would think that they could combine their efforts to everyone's benefit. Rock and Roll at a party, thereby increasing the level of the party for all involved.
It's also easier on the band's sleep schedule.
However, I do understand that pulling this off would require finding a rock-and-roll-conducive party that lasts all night. Otherwise, you end up rocking and rolling until the party ends, and you have nothing to do the rest of the night while you want to be rocking and rolling. Conversely, if you rock and roll at an all-night party, then you may not feel up for partying during the day when you ostensibly want to be partying. It's a conundrum.
It seems to me that the easiest solution is to find a rock and roll band who is okay with doing their rocking and rolling during traditional partying hours and not limiting themselves to doing so all night. Sometimes the most obvious solutions really are the best. You know how the old adage goes...Keep It Simple, Stupid.