Song Speculation: Melissa Etheridge comes to Rocksmith

Hello Rocksmith fans!

Welcome to March, we’ve got a brand new clue (that was solved almost instantly) and a brand new artist (possibly to music games completely) coming next week!

Let’s check out RollingStone222’s clue…


Ted originally thought it was from an unused version of the Las Vegas Outlaws…

Alright, this seems pretty wrapped up. What song?

Oh right, the window in the clue…

Nailed it!

It’s a THREE song pack!

This is the first appearance of @metheridge in a music game

What other songs might join Come To My Window next week?

What follows is speculation

This song really reminds me of Black Velvet now, wow…

My Parents aren’t home

Melissa Etheridge:

Confirmed via Newsletter

A deeper cut?

A bit more recent?

There you have it another heartland/folk rock artist coming to Rocksmith! Are you excited to learn her music, or are you waiting for that March newsletter to arrive? Let us know!


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February 28, 2020 11:24 am

Not my thing for obvious reasons but super cool that we are still getting new artists to not only Rocksmith but music games period. For the ones into this, enjoy!

February 29, 2020 3:35 pm

At least we’re in the right decade for good music the 90s but was never a big fan since she always reminded me of a female version of Bruce Springsteen. I rather have Breeders, Liz Phair, Juliana Hatfield and PJ Harvey. Acoustic songs on rocksmith are disappointing because the acoustic tones are pretty bad.

February 29, 2020 10:21 am

like the way I do is a great song and should be good to learn as well. I hope it is included into the pack

Eleanor Frisby
Eleanor Frisby
February 28, 2020 12:32 pm

I guess Rocksmith this month is making up for the year they were called out for not having female artists. Hopefully their guilt will subside soon. Blahhhhh!

February 28, 2020 7:12 pm
Reply to  Eleanor Frisby

Big Mamma Thornton, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Janice Joplin, Lauryn Hill, Koko Taylor, Bonnie Raitt, Etta James, The Dixie Chicks, Chaka Khan, Anuhea, Sade, and The Queen Ms. Aretha Franklin………

Nah, they got a long way to go.