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    Tuesday 14th June, 2016, at USANA Amphitheater in Salt Lake City.
    Steve Winwood got things started with a smoking version of 'I'm a Man' and then plowing thru a bunch of incredible early material.
    Then he dropped two of Traffic's best loved tunes in 'Low Spark of High Heeled Boys' and 'Dear Mr. Fantasy'.

    Then it was Steely Dan - this was before Walter Becker died so it was the full line up.
    They started out playing greatist hits: 'Black Cow', 'Aja', 'Hey Nineteen'.
    But then they included three deeper cuts with 'Show Biz Kids' being the standout.
    Then 'Bodhisattva' just blew me away, I was dancing my butt off. Then more greatest hits and then the jewel of the evening: 'Pretzel Logic' - I never thought I would see that song live.

    Just an superb performance by some of the best musicians from the past 40 years - two of my personal favorites. I'll never forget that show.

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    Greensky bluegrass!

    Greensky bluegrass!

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    I never skip Robert Randolph…

    I never skip Robert Randolph & the Family Band or Motet. Both always bring it.

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    This is a fantastic content. Nice to be part of this forum

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    One of the best shows I ever attended to.

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    Fantastic experience with The Kings and Uriah Heep

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    I love these topics of conversation

    I love these topics of conversation

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    Phoebe Bridgers, St. Vincent, Erykah Badu, Big Thief, Angel Olsen, Flying Lotus, Thundercat

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    Bradford’s finest, Bad Boy Chiller Crew, is an MC trio self-described as “the explicit Vengaboys”. They’ve blown up online thanks to their killer flows and throwback bassline beats.

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    What have you seen really…

    What have you seen really well? Please tell me, anyone, what is new?

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Seen something really really good?
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I'll be the first to admit that this is an unlikely grouping, but let me just say, if this tour is coming through your town, do not miss it. I was never that much of a Led Zep fan, and while Plant probably has the best power pipes since Freddie Mercury passed on, I always sort of had him in the bombastic self-parody category, sort of like David Lee Roth with a good voice. But somewhat to my surprise, he and Alison Krauss have very good chemistry and their harmonies are to die for. They were really lovely, all the more so because the poor girl was freezing at the Greek ("I thought when we booked this tour it was going to be SUMMER..." she said plaintively as the fog swirled around the pit). And as for T Bone, he's a musical god in my world anyway, and in a frock coat yet. Swoon. So, check it out. I'm off to buy the album! And apparently they're happy enough with how things are going that they're going to make another one.
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This album is very good Mary. Probably couldn't be a more unlikely yet perfect match. Both are in their element and you can feel that they are in bliss finding that out. T-bone is...what can I say...Bring's out the magic in them. Glad you could enjoy them! pk
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I love these two together!!Hope they come to a town near me :) Some sunny day-hay baby When everything seems okay, baby Youll wake up and find out youre alone Cause Ill be gone Gone, gone, gone really gone Gone, ga-gone, cause you done me wrong
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Alison Krauss and Robert Plant doing an Everlys tune. Whoda thunk it! Their whole band is really good too.
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I left them off my ROO '08 list because I didn't see much of their set unfortunately (I saw Phil's acoustic set then HAD to take a "break" which can be involved and time consuming at Bonnaroo) but what I did catch was very good. I like Krauss with Union Station too. "You know what the trouble about real life is? There's no danger music."
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I saw Johnny Winter back in 84 in a small bar venue ( 1,000 or so ) he rocked the roof off the house. He is still touring but he sits as he plays and is some what slow to move as he walks. Get out and see him people cause all our great musicans are fadeing away - Long Live Jerry. How about these shows anyone seen them? John Mayall Canned Heat Buddy Guy Ten Years After Roger Waters 2006 Tour Dickie Betts Country Joe Mcdonald The Who
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I just came in from the Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeski concert at Longwood Gardens in Kennit Square Pa.....what a awesome venue and we were in the 1st row!!!!!!!! Now that is something special to see a husband and wife jamming side by side.....Susan's voice was so sweet, that girl can rock!
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Saw Railroad Earth last September when i barely knew any of their stuff. One of the best shows ive been to. Probably my favorite show actually. The good vibes and mandolin and fiddle solos kept everyone, even my metalhead friends, dancing for a solid three hours. Wooten
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I saw them last Sunday (June 22) , they split off from the joint tour with Ratdog for one night and did this one alone. Played for almost three hrs.. I can't say enough good things about this band. From the incredible energy to the stunning musicianship and just good feelings that flow from the band to the crowd and back again. If you love live music and I assume everyone on this site does you owe yourself the favor of going to see Gov't Mule. With all due respect to the many other great jam bands that are around now and that I love, this is my favorite one that doesn't have a GD member in it. As an added bonus, I was able to shake Warren Haynes hand and have a few words with him after the show. If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite. William Blake
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to Leftover Salmon and kudos to Michael Franti (sp?) and Spearhead at the 10K lakefest. My sons were very taken by Spearhead's message, showmanship, and music. Great stuff by both these bands at that Festival. I missed much other music there but was wowed and danced to these fine acts. 'Thank you, for a real good time"....!!!!!!!!
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Little Feat @ The Granada Theater '05, New Monsoon '07 tour , DSO whenever they come to Texas, the latest Mars Volta show last April, Allmans. THE FLAMING LIPS!!
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Saw YES on their 2000 Masterworks Tour. They played the song Close to the Edge, the first song from the Relayer album, and the last song on Tales From Topographic Oceans--plus some other stuff I can't remember. Hope Jon Anderson gets better. Saw Rush a few times. The last Snakes & Arrows Tour was better than the 2002 Vapor Trails Tour. They played Circumstances from Hemispheres and Digital Man. I don't think Robert Plant has that strong of voice these days, and you really can't compare him to Freddie. Freddie was always far superior. Plant's vocals are mild to weak with his solo albums with Page. Check out David Coverdale for strong vocals or Ian Gillan. Deep Purple is still cranking out albums.
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I am going back some years ago (late 60's/early 70's) but I have never gotten over this one. Janis Joplin was second billing, I am not sure if she was still with Big Brother. She brought the house DOWN. The stage was empty for a long time after, waiting for Ike & Tina Turner. I have never experienced a longer time between sets before or after around San Francisco. My thought was, " How can anyone follow that?". Oh man, was I wrong. Sister Tina treated us to class act number two. What a great night of music.
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was a double bill to die for! Agreed re Plant and Freddie, Ex. I was never that much of a fan of either of their bands, but that Freddie, wotta voice. Though I still say folks would be well served to check out the Plant/Krauss tour if they can.
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I had the good fortune of experiencing The Who on 6/27/70 at Public Hall in Cleveland, Ohio, the home of Rock n' Roll. My hearing hasn't been the same since, being only 7 rows from the stage. The setlist included early Who as well as some of the Tommy opera. Two other acts prior were James Gang, a local Cleveland band with Joe Walsh, and James Taylor. He didn't last long, as most of us were ready to boogie !!!
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STANFORD LIVELY ARTS LAUNCHES 2008–09 SEASON ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5 WITH BRANFORD MARSALIS AND MARSALIS BRASILIANOS Concert at Memorial Auditorium features Grammy-winning saxophonist Branford Marsalis and members of the Philarmonia Brasileira in a celebration of Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos; Brazilian-themed reception and gala dinner follow the performance Single tickets go on sale Tuesday, September 2 Stanford, CA, August 22, 2008—Stanford Lively Arts opens its 2008–09 season on Sunday, October 5 with Marsalis Brasilianos, a vibrant musical dialogue across the Americas featuring saxophone virtuoso Branford Marsalis with members of the Philarmonia Brasileira, led by Gil Jardim. The performance takes place at 2:30 p.m., at Memorial Auditorium, and will be followed by a Brazilian-themed gala celebration including live music and a seated gourmet dinner with special guests.            Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Heitor Villa-Lobos’ death, Marsalis Brasilianos is an innovative new project that brings together the Grammy-winning, New Orleans–born jazz artist and the esteemed Brazilian ensemble, finding a fertile meeting ground in the composer’s music. They perform Villa-Lobos’ Fantasia for Saxophone (Soprano) and Piano or Orchestra (1949), the Suite for Strings (1912), and Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 (1938). Also on the program are Darius Milhaud’s La création du monde, op. 81 (1923) and Scaramouche for Saxophone (Alto) and Orchestra, op. 165c (1937).            Immediately following the performance, Lively Arts will usher in the new season with Festa Brasileira, an elegant Brazilian-themed gala amid the fan palms of the Ford Alumni Gardens at Arrillaga Alumni Center, 326 Galvez Street. The event begins with a 5:00 p.m. reception, with cocktails and live music featuring two esteemed Brazilian-born artists: vocalist Claudia Villela and guitarist Ricardo Peixoto. At 6:00 p.m., the Brazilian festa continues with a gourmet seated dinner. Proceeds benefit Lively Arts’ artistic and education programs.              This presentation is generously supported by Fred and Stephanie Harman and Microsoft Corporation. ABOUT THE ARTISTS Jazz luminary and three-time Grammy Award-winning saxophonist Branford Marsalis was born in New Orleans into one of the city’s most distinguished musical families, which includes patriarch/pianist/educator Ellis and siblings Wynton, Delfeayo, and Jason. Known for his broad musical scope, Marsalis has become increasingly active as a soloist with such acclaimed ensembles as the symphony orchestras of Chicago, Detroit, and Düsseldorf and the Boston Pops. His nearly two-dozen recordings in various styles have received numerous accolades, with his most recent CD, the Grammy-nominated Braggtown, acknowledged as his quartet’s greatest recorded achievement to date. In addition to spending two years touring and recording with Sting and serving as musical director of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Marsalis has collaborated with the Grateful Dead and Bruce Hornsby, acted in films including Throw Mama from the Train and School Daze, provided music for Mo’ Better Blues and other films, and hosted National Public Radio’s syndicated program Jazz Set.            The Philarmonia Brasileira was founded in 1994 by conductor Gil Jardim, whose work is distinguished by its technique, excellence, and clarity of purpose as well as Jardim’s strong understanding of the fusion between ethnic and erudite Brazilian music elements. In October 2005, Jardim released a CD with Philarmonia Brasileira reconstructing the first concert Villa-Lobos held in Paris, in 1924. Two of the tracks on the CD, the recordings of Pensées d’enfant and Epigramas irônicos e sentimentais, were being released for the first time. The CD, titled Villa-Lobos in Paris, was awarded the Diapason d’Or from the well-known magazine Diapason. In addition, Jardim has appeared with the Brooklyn Orchestra in New York, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London, and the Camerata Mexicana in Mexico. TICKETS Tickets for the Marsalis Brasilianos concert, presented by Stanford Lively Arts on Sunday, October 5 at 2:30 p.m. at Memorial Auditorium, are $40/$48/$56; Premium: $76 (adult), $20/$24; Premium: $38 for (Stanford student). Single tickets for this and other Lively Arts events go on sale to the public Tuesday, September 2.            Half-price tickets are available for young people age 18 and under and discounts are available for groups and non-Stanford students. Contact the Stanford Ticket Office at 650-725-ARTS (2787), or visit Lively Arts online at livelyarts.stanford.edu.           Individual tickets for Festa Brasileira, Stanford Lively Arts’ Season Opening Gala, are $500 per person and include preferred performance seating. For more information on the gala, including purchase of complete tables, contact Mary Ancell at ancell@stanford.edu or (650) 723-7247. VENUE INFORMATION Memorial Auditorium is located on the Stanford campus at 551 Serra Mall at Galvez, across from Hoover Tower. Parking on campus is free of charge after 4:00 p.m. and on weekends at all times. Maps and directions can accessed at http://livelyarts.stanford.edu/Venues/.
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- Simon and Garfunkle- Ten Years After - Canned Heat - John Mayall - Buddy Guy - Muddy Waters - Johnny Winter - Dickie Betts - Chicago Blues Reunion - Bob Dylan - Van Morrison - Roger Waters 2006
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The Crosby Nash show at zellerbach at uc berkeley was beautiful. The wind on the water tour in 1975 with a young Danny Kortchmar, Russel Kunkel, Leeland Sklaar and the inimitable David Lindley. What a show. Carol King and James Taylor joined them. I remember walking around the campus after the show knowing that was something special in a very special place. I was just a puppy at the time and the thrill of trip to the bay area from sacramento for concerts was a magical experiance I have still not gotten over. ps - That Branford Marsalis shows sounds just wonderful. Should have stayed in sf longer! peace,pk
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that woulda been just lovely. As for Branford, I didn't know where else to put it, even though it's in the future! Maybe we need a new topic for Other Bands in the Future...
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Excellent idea. Would love to read the thoughts of those that made it to the show. Reading the announcment of the show, builds a kind of magical longing and anticipation,not unlike actually having tickets. The houghts of people that went would be priceless.
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Last night in Camden when Ratdog left the stage and ABB came on Bobby joined them for the sweetest version of"I Shall Be Released" it was the best!!! It blew me away Bobby, Warren and Derek acoustic...so sweet :) Nothing left to do but Smile Smile Smile!!
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That sounds awesome. What a treat. Sounds like a really grate evening.
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..." one man gone and another to go..." During Soul Kitchen, Jim morrison shouted out he'd like another cigarette, and good golly, packs of smokes began FLYING up onstage. Setlist was rather short: 8-3-68 Cleveland Public Auditorium Cleveland,OH. Break On Through Back Door Man Five To One When The Music's Over Vast Radiant Beach Krieger's Solo The Royal Sperm When The Music's Over Soul Kitchen Light My Fire Jim was dressed in tight black leather pants and was animated throughout the show, not quite as much as Mick Jagger, but still very captivating.
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My memory for years is somewhat hazy,but-Allah Rahka,Zakir Hussain, Ravi Shankar and Ali Akbar Khan /Carnigie Hall (early 80's?)(any recordings circulating?) The Who with Keith Moon at the Garden /mid 70's Art Ensemble of Chicago at a church on Yale campus Dizzy in New Haven Weather Report with Jaco and Peter Erskine in New Haven Clapton with Derek and the Dominoes at Yale Bowl/torrential rain/mid 70's Jorma at Pinecrest 4 hours acoustic(does anyone have an amazing recording of this possible early 80's) CSN Lennox MA mostly acoustic/neighbors complained so they stopped playing electric Billy, Merle Saunders and John Cippolina Toads Place New Haven Airplane Reunion tour early ? 80's?? Tuna at the Beacon when they were using part of the old wall of sound(my ears rang 3 days) Airto in DC 2 separate years with Flora,a keyboards/sax player, and I think it was a bassplayer Kodo drummers of Japan at the Kennedy Center/ late 80's-early 90's Zakir and his dad a few times! Planet Drum when Olatunji was still alive Jimmy Cliff somewhere in Ct Robert Hunter and his band A Max Roach workshop Sea Level mid 70's Saw Masters of Indian Percussion this year(highly reccomended) , RTF and Carlos never got to see Pig or Elvin Jones but I'm still Grateful!
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What's up guys, I just wanted to give everyone a heads up about the inaugural Chicago Bluegrass & Blues festival, this 11/22 at the historic Congress Theater, all benefiting the Saving Tiny Hearts Societies fight against the country's most common birth defect. www.cbgbfestival.com The first 10 folks that hit me up at michael.raspatello@gmail.com will get a pair of tickets mailed to them. We're excited for you to help us spread the word about this righteous endeavor Michael Raspatello
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Been checking them out lately. Local band from MN, just saw them again at the Cabooze last week. They put on Project Earth & Harvest Fest during the summer. Their having their 10th anniversary party on Halloween!!! Be afraid, be very afraid... Naw............................. they're great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wish I could go, gotta go outta town that day :o( Check em out, you'll be glad you did. franko
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Maybe YOU had to much to fast, HE just came to play guitar...... MeadowlandschrisBruce at the bottom line-76------ ALL bromberg at the bottom line.... The byrds 20th anniversary?? show at the stone pony in 83??? (Rick Danco, Blondie Champlain, Roger Mguinn, Chris Hillman)( I had a tape of this show from a shit recorder placed between two sets of speakers that was terrible- and like most other tapes, it came and it went--Dead at berkley in june 85--Dead in austin-86---Garcia band at music mountain (S. Fallsburg, NY--Hung and partied with jerry at my then girlfriends cousins house where jerry stayed for the week before starting tour at music mountain---HighLite of my life)AND the show was the funkiest I ever heard jerry play( I like to think it was my live Marley shows we were listening to).............
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Here's my early recommendation to catch one or both of these sure-to-be scorchin' shows. 12/31 is available on-line to view and listen!!! Yonder Mtn String Band is on the ticket too! Will Jimmy Herring be chipping-in on lead guitar for the Dead tour come April 2009?
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Jackie Greene came to free venue in the little city of Driggs, ID at a festival called Music on Main which is a free concert every Thursday in the summers in Driggs, ID. and man Jackie Greene just played so well. it was exactly what this little town needed. This town consists mainly of bluegrass music which is also great but once in a while it is really nice to hear some nice rock like this. he mixed the genre of music so well, with some faster paced songs using the electric guitar to more slower songs with his big ol' Gibson acoustic guitar, he did so well even coverd some Dead tunes really well and got that crowd young and old non-stop dancing. Great show,Peace,
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Orpheum, Boston 11/16/99. He closed but co-headlined with Lucinda Williams, and both sets smoked. Richard's solos were unbelievable on "Hard on Me." Lupo's, Providence 7/23/03. Maybe 400 people there, this one showed up as his Live in Providence DVD, available on his website. We keep throwing around guitarist's names in theses forums (mostly, though, as who should "replace" Jerry which is a fun but fruitless debate)....this guy is my favorite guitarist. Actually, my favorite singer-songwriter-guitarist. Listened to a live "Jennie" on the morning commute, one of my favorite song-opening lines: "Trouble becomes you, it cuts you down to my size."
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I grew up hearing my parents playing Jefferson Airplane.I think I knew all their songs by the time I was 13. The reunion tour in 88 or 89 I think was fantastic. I never thought I'd even get a chance to see them. I'm sooo glad I did. And, the Pink Floyd tours in the 80's. ANY show!
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Those 2 nights were scorching indeed!! "Everybody's braggin' and drinking that wine, I can tell the queen of diamonds by the way she shines. Come to daddy on an inside straight, well I've got no chance of losing this time"
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I attended last year and The Almand Brothers sounded great w/ Warin Haines too. The wailers played louder than anyone! Wish They would let people Record.
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ABB with Clapton. "One watch by night, one watch by day If you get confused, listen to the music play"
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So the Dead go west after May 2nd!! Looking for a Dead show the following weekend for only $15 in advance $20 @ the door? KIC Productions presents Melvin Seals & JGB SATURDAY 5-9-09 @ ZPak Live Home of Va Brew Co. We are at the Northern most part of VA 15 min from MD & WV. Come catch JGB yes the real JGB (- Jerry of course). Get more details @ www.myspace.com/zeropak or www.ZEROPAKLIVE.com Melvin is best known for his long friendship and musical partnership with cultural icon and guitarist Jerry Garcia and the smile of his that lights up the room. Melvin spun his B-3 magic with the Jerry Garcia Band for 18 years and in doing so helped pioneer and define what has now become "Jam Band Music". From blues to funk to rock to jazz, Melvin Seals serves up a tasty mix with a little R&B and gospel thrown in to spice things up. Melvin and JGB brings an intuitive, expressive style, soul, spontaneity and remarkable chops to the table. With acoustic and electric ingredients and unique combinations of guitar, mandolin, slide and lap steel with savory bass, hearty drums and, of course, a heapin' helpin' of the wizard's magic on Hammond B-3 Organ and keyboards, the result is a most satisfying blend of natural organic grooves that challenges genre boundaries. Their chemistry is the focus from which they create a spontaneous and high art where the sky is the limit musically. They offer an exciting, often psychedelic musical journey that keeps audiences dancing and smiling (and some staring in amazement) for several hours. Melvin is pioneering a path deeper into the musical territory he helped to establish.
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Last night. 7/24/09 in Spokane, Washington. Stunning, mindblowing. Space to a punk beat for hrs. Still high on the show. If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite. William Blake
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Ottawa's 15th Cisco Bluesfest just finished with 5 stages and 10 days of music. Spencer Davis, Dave Mason, The new Yardbirds, Joe Cocker, Jeff Beck, Skynyrd, David Lindley and a couple hundred other acts.........
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It was my 16 year old son's turn to choose a concert after I had "dragged" him to see Phil, ABB and the Dead. So we went to see a progressive metal band called Dream Theatre at the Beacon Theatre last week. Now, this old deadhead ain't exactly into anything metal, but I was very pleasantly surprised by the energy and the talent of these guys. The drummer, a New york guy named Mike Portnoy was absolutely amazing and I really enjoyed the show. One of the opening acts was Zappa Plays Zappa. Dweisel (I hope I spelled it right) Zappa is a pretty damn talented guitar player and I enjoyed hearing some of Frank Zappa's classics like Moving to Montana. I think the highlight was when Zappa came out to jam with Dream Theatre during Dream Theatre's encore. Real high energy stuff. All in all, I was very pleasantly surprised by the show, and was proud of my son for choosing this show to drag his old man along. "Great spirits have always found violent opposition from mediocrities. The latter cannot understand it when a man does not thoughtlessly submit to hereditary prejudices but honestly and courageously uses his intelligence." Albert Einstein
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Saw the Dave Alvin trio last night. Dave is a national treasure, he knows the American songbook, sings, plays the guitar very well, writes great songs. Got his start in the Blasters. He puts on quite a show, no frills, just heart and music. Don't miss this man. If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite. William Blake
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PLEDGE!!!!! deadline is may 6th!!!!!!to get wavys gravys movie off the ground and on the track to theaters around the country and eventually onto DVD. wavy gravy has the hog farm and has been helping inner city youth get their lives on track, totally a saint and his inspiring story should be shared with every american. make dreams come true. MAKE A PLEDGE!!!!!!!!!!!.. click on this link to the kickstarter site linked with amazon http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/176550745/saint-misbehavin-the-wavy… THANK YOU FOR CHECKING IT OUT. here is his facebook link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Saint-Misbehavin-The-Wavy-Gravy-Movie/555… and the movie website: http://www.rippleeffectfilms.com/wwwavy/index.php
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Mywife and I had front row seats for Elton John when he came through Sudbury a couple of years ago. Just him and his piano. It was fantastic. I've seen Pearl Jam many times. One highlite was at the ACC when Bono came out and sang "Rockin' in the free world" with EdVed. Blew the roof off the place. And , oh yeah, my wife dragged me to go see Madonna. Although I'm not really a fan I enjoyed it alot. Jane's Addiction back in the day were mind blowing.
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Jackson Browne and David Lindley at the Greek. I had resigned myself to not going because I had no money and much else on my plate when tix went on sale, but it turns out my friend Bennett just went out and got us tix at the time. Woohoo! We didn't even know each other then, but it turns out both of us were there when they, along with Terry Reid, closed the first Bread & Roses fest, and let's just say it made quite the impression. Fog pouring into the Greek in the October dusk, with Jackson on piano, Lindley BOWING A BANJO, which makes a darn spooky sound, and Terry Reid singing some ghostly Scottish ballad about the Foggy Dew. I have a feeling the new version won't be so life-changing, but it's been ages since I've seen them.
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For my money, the best live band out there- right now- is My Morning Jacket. High energy balanced with powerful acoustic songs and ballads, jams, excellently composed set lists, long shows- amazing.