Do you have a favorite British invasion band?

On 'Your Sunday Brunch,' we're going to help wrap up the London Olympics with our own British invasion and we'll try to guess which artists might be playing at the closing ceremonies on Sunday night.

We have the latest concert news, a rock birthday and a few drinks for you from seven until ten tomorrow.

                        'Your Sunday Brunch' Menu for August 12, 2012

Appetizers: 'I Just Want To Make Love To You'-Foghat

  'Sad Song'-The Cars ( off their 2011 release 'Move Like This')

   'Born To Be Wild'-Steppenwolf (for the Sturgis motorcyclists)

British Invasion: 'Low Spark of High Heeled Boys'-Traffic

                 'Madman Across The Water'-Elton John

                  'I Can See For Miles'-The Who (playing the Pepsi Center 2-12-13)

                  'Wish You Were Here'-Pink Floyd (expected to be played at closing ceremonies)

                    'Brown Sugar'-Rolling Stones

                     'One After 909'-The Beatles (off 'Let It Be')

                       'Strange Brew'-Cream (Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker)

                        'Picture Book'-The Kinks

                         'Hey Hey What Can I Do'-Led Zeppelin

Concerts: 'Leaving Las Vegas'-Sheryl Crow (playing Oct 6 at 1st Bank Center)

                     'Thunder Road'-Bruce Springsteen (at Pepsi Center November 19)

                     'Feelin' Alright'-Joe Cocker (at Comfort Dental Amphitheater 8-12)

                     'Little Bitty Pretty One'-Huey Lewis (opening for Joe Cocker)

                      'Angry Eyes'-Loggins & Messina (Kenny Loggins at Denver Botanic Gardens 8-12)

Rock Birthday: 'Heavy Fuel'-Dire Straits (Mark Knopfler turns 63)

Drinks and Dessert: 'Have A Drink On Me'-AC/DC

                                         'One Bourbon, One Scotch and One Beer'-George Thorogood

                                        'Handle With Care'-Traveling Wilburys

                                        'Why Part 2'-Collective Soul

                                          'Look at Little Sister'-Stevie Ray Vaughan

                                           'Tube Snake Boogie'-ZZ Top ('La Futura' comes out 9-11)

Please join me for all that and more, from 7 to 10 a.m. on 'Your Sunday Brunch'-Grateful Mike

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