No matter what generation you fit into, classic rock is likely part of your music catalog.
The classic rock era has transcended generations, garnering fans of all ages, while enjoying a rebirth in energy thanks to new movies like "Bohemian Rhapsody" and "Rocketman."
Well, we decided to have a little fun. What better way to unite us all than music? We launched a Classic Rock Bracket, in hopes of deciding who Metro Detroiters call the best classic rock act ever.
We made it to the final four acts last week: The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and Van Halen.
The Beatles beat Van Halen and Led Zeppelin beat The Rolling Stones, setting up a heavyweight championship battle. The Beatles vs. Led Zeppelin! (Scroll down to vote)
How did we decide the bracket?
Luckily for us, we have a classic rock expert on our team. Local 4 host Jason Carr is a former radio disk jockey and dedicated lover of the classic rock genre.
Jason put together a 64-team bracket, seeded 1-16, in four different regions, to help us decide who is the best. Read more: Jason Carr explains his methodology
Here's a look at the bracket to this point:
Vote in the championship round below: