Yep! I almost never listen to anything resembling classic rock radio, and rarely listen any more to most of what I would call "my favorite bands" - Zep, The Who, Yes, Genesis, U2, Beatles, Stones, Floyd, the Dead, etc - even though I have all their tunes, I rarely spin them unless they happen to show up on shuffle. That way when I do hear them somewhere I'm like "cool!" instead of burnt out on it. And when I play some of them in a band I can still enjoy it a lot more.
Personally I don't mind, unless its on a classic rock radio station. I worked a factory hall briefly and I swear that classic radio station that was on all the time seemed to play the exact same songs every day.
And yea, screw all the classical musicians (and most of the jazz players too)... they're all just cover artists. ;-)
Although for them its not about the faithful reproduction down to the last note and FX sound but about the re-interpretation. That's gotta matter, right? Especially since in the case of classical musicians there don't exist any recordings of the original composer. And no real jazz musician would ever play the same song exactly the same twice.