I've seen this chord progression pop up verbatim in a few songs I've been learning recently. It's (in a major key) I - bIII - IV - bVI then back to the tonic.
My question is: is there a name for this progression? Maybe it's my bias for hearing it more often than usual in the past week but wanted to check. I understand it's related to borrowing chords from the parallel minor key (nothing new there) but is this sequence common enough to be given a name?
B-52s - Love Shack -
Spencer Davis Group - Gimme Some Lovin' -
The Monkeys - Stepping Stone -
Katy Perry - I Kissed a Girl (i - bIII - IV - bVI - V) -
The Animals - House of the Rising Sun (starts with a minor i chord and part of a longer progression) -
And to a lesser degree:
Bon Jovi - Keep the Faith (I – bIII – IV – V – bVII) -
Scorpions - Rock You Like a Hurricane (i - bIII - IV - bVI - bVII) -
Nickelback - Rock Star (I - bIII - IV - bVI - bVII) -