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Discussion in 'Radio' started by Chas, Jul 1, 2009.

  1. Last night... The always wonderful Richard Thompson (solo acoustic... but he somehow sounds like three musicians!) at the Tarrytown Music Hall (a gem built in 1885.)
     
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  2. The Eagles of Death Metal. Not vintage by any means, but entertaining as all get-up.
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  3. Dale Watson and Jim Heath of The Reverend Horton Heat each doing a set before joining up for a final set. A fun night.
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  4. carouselvic

    carouselvic My Mail is Forwarded Here

    the trout steak revival

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  5. Very nice.
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  6. Junior Brown.

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  7. You are very fortunate. He sure puts on a nice show. I am still waiting for him to come back around here. :D
     
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  8. AmateisGal

    AmateisGal I'll Lock Up

    Dwight Yoakam and Willie Nelson.

    Great outdoor concert!
     
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  9. Nice! I have been fortunate to have seen Dwight Yoakam play live a few times and he puts on a really good show. Fun music.
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  10. Saw a vocal tour de force last night by Ann Wilson, of Heart fame. Excellent, if spare show that included a handful of Heart tunes and her arrangements of a bevy of rock and blues classics.

    Almost a two hour show; I thoroughly enjoyed it. I had not seen her perform live since I saw Heart in the late 70s.


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  11. PHIL1959

    PHIL1959 One of the Regulars

    remember paying 45p! to see top rock bands in the 70's now it can be £100+ how times have changed.
     
  12. $4.50 in advance, $5.50 day of show. General admission Hara Sports Arena. A Belkin production.


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  13. I've caught Imelda May a couple of times on hermost recent tour. Great shows; she's changed her look significantly, but musically it's much more of a continuum than the whiners crying sellout because she no longer fits their pigeonhole would have you believe.
     
  14. Last night, Bruno Mars. Lady ToE's choice. He puts on a very entertaining show.
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