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 Eric & Yolanda Eason Weekend With my LOVELY WIFE Kendrkck the family slul May 21, 2018
 Aquint Marc Courtney Barnett / Palehound May 20, 2018
 Demon Dave GOT A PICK,SETLIST AND DRUMSTICK. New Years Day May 16, 2018
 Acey68 With Warren Haynes Phil Lesh & Friends May 15, 2018
 Acey68 With Trey Anastasio Phil Lesh & Friends May 15, 2018
 Acey68 17 November 2003 - Tampa Theatre, Tampa, FL set: Lester Chambers (w/ Everyone): People Get Ready / Everyday I Have The Blues / Five Long Years / Baby What Do You Want Me To Do The Nightwatchman: Until The End / California's Dark / Branding Iron / No One Left / The Fabled City / Garden Of Gethsemane / Maximum Firepower / House Gone Up In Flames Mike Mills: It's All Beginning (w/ Bragg & Holden) / I Wanna Destroy You (w/ Bragg & Holden) / I Try (w/ Bragg, Holden, Morello, Chambers) / Ohio (w/ Everyone) Intermission: Steve Earle: Ashes To Ashes / You Know The Rest / The Mountain / What's A Simple Man To Do? / Dixieland / Christmas In Washington Boots Riley: Underdogs / 5 Million Ways To Kill A CEO / Ride The Fence (w/ Morello, Holden, Chambers) / Wear Clean Draws (w/ Morello, Holden, Chambers) Billy Bragg: Help Save The Youth Of America / The World Turned Upside Down / She Came Along To Me / NPWA / Upfield / The Price Of Oil / There Is Power In A Union / Waiting For The Great Leap Forwards (w/ Mills) encore: Tell Us The Truth Ensemble: People Get Ready - Tupelo Honey - Girl From The North Country - Let's Get It On / Time Has Come Today notes: 'Tell Us The Truth Tour' show. Billy Bragg, Lester Chambers, Tom Morello (The Nightwatchman), Boots Riley, Steve Earle, Jenny Toomey, Michael Holden on bass, with Mike Mills, on vocals, bass & keyboards. Tell Us The Truth Tour May 14, 2018
 Hen1 Went with Tammi and Sue Drove our Harley’s down Black Rebel Motorcycle Club May 14, 2018
 Hen1 Went with Kent Youngblood The Dukes of September May 14, 2018
 Hen1 Jeanie Campbell, Glenn Campbell niece, & Kay went with us. Car broke down on the DFW turnpike, but we made it anyway. Spitfire Tour May 14, 2018
 Hen1 Ticket cost 6.50 North American Tour May 14, 2018
 Cdilis Dude ripped w/ bass player throwing 7 string frettless bass & tall skinny guitarist playing upside down lefty Jimi style & Jake on drums. Jim Mohan Going Away Party May 14, 2018
 Rock's In My Head Oct 7: JACKSON BROWNE/BONNIE [email protected] Philharmonic Great night as BONNIE was becoming a huge star. Jackson Browne’s FOREVERY MAN album was just released with TAKE IT EASY and REDNECK FRIEND in rotation. Tonight we find DAVID LINDLEY the multi instrumentalist performing with Jackson. There is a clipping suggesting a guy named BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN opened but I have no notes about that. (Supported by Bonnie Raitt. Bruce Springsteen guests.) Jackson Browne / Bonnie Raitt / Bruce Springsteen May 14, 2018
 Rock's In My Head Sept 27? MIKE BLOOMFIELD @ The Orphanage in San Francisco. On our honeymoon I convinced the bride to see Mike Bloomfield who was playing in a small club in San Francisco. After a bit of difficulties verifying age and finding tonight was a “benefit” , my wife and I were seated on a sofa to the right of the stage. After the first set Bloomfield came over to us, thanking us for coming. He played amazingly with this “pick up” band of musicians.A true gentleman. Mike Bloomfield and Friends May 08, 2018
 Rock's In My Head July 28 LED ZEPPELIN @ MSG open with ROCK N ROLL...Filmed THE SONG REMAINS THE SAME. Led Zeppelin May 08, 2018
 Jay O. Tea 16€. Christian Death / Nox Interna May 08, 2018
 Ann Denham Love to see any photos if anyone has them. It was Huge concert 1st one at the park Tulsa didn't think it was going to be that big. Thanks Huey Lewis May 08, 2018
 Rock's In My Head The set list is NOT from that evening. Van Morrison / Arthur, Hurley & Gottlieb May 08, 2018
 Rock's In My Head Nov 23: Beach Boys @ Carnegie Hall One year later its back to the same venue for another dose of Beach Boy music. November 23, 1972-CARNEGIE HALL. SURF’S UP was out but not killing the charts as was CARL AND THE PASSIONS, with HOLLAND soon to follow, so the boys were somewhat “prolific”. Brian Wilson, the leader, was not with them at this stage in their career so some of the newer songs were …well…fillers at best. Again the band returned to Carnegie Hall with long hair flowing, no white matching suits or their stripped shirts. We had great seats upfront and center, spent time before the show at the Carnegie Hall bar where Al Jardine while hitting on my girlfriend bought us Margaritas which he and some band members were drinking, in excess. He later sang a song to her from the stage. Made her night. SLOOP JOHN B kicked off the festivities,then DARLIN’, HEREOS AND VILLAINS but some “of the new stuff” especially CALIFORNIA SAGA and a horrible STUDENT DEMONSTRATION TIME had me thinking, this once hip circa 1964, then “unhip” band is probably still unhip.Yet the hits had us dancing in the aisles by nights end. The Beach Boys May 07, 2018
 Rock's In My Head Cat Stevens Has a Hidden String Group By PAT O’HAIRIE It’s almost getting to be a trend these days for pop singers to back themselves up with a huge orchestral String section. Neil Diamond did it on Broadway last month; Randy Newman played and sang his strange compositions at Philharmonic Hall recently backed by a 50-piece symphonic group and now, on the same stage, it’s Cat Stevens’ turn. Stevens, the popular British singer-composer, who opened Tuesday at Philharmonic Hall in the first of a series of three concerts, was backed by his own quartet and a whole string section, which was hidden behind a black cloth barricade. He didn’t use them too much, however—they played only on a few numbers. Stevens does well enough on hi5 own. He sings with a quiet intensity; his lyrics are literate and evocative and he accompanies himself on guitar, piano and organ and in all, holds forth for a consistently entertaining 90 minutes on stage. He puts on a fine show; it’s nice to have him hack. It’s also fun to watch him ducking his head from side to side, curls flying wildly, almost as if he kept time with his head. His group stays pretty much in the background, but they are consistently good, also—they include Alun Davies on guitar, Alan James on bass, Gerry Conway on drums and Jean Roussel, with the most extreme Afro ever seen anywhere, on keyboards. An amusing 10-minute animate cartoon, "Moonshadow," opens the show, with Stevens singing on the sound track. Ramblin’ Jack Elliot was also supposed to be on the bill, but he was sick, so Jimmy and Vella, a brother and sister singing duo, substituted. They were excellent. Cat Stevens May 07, 2018
 Aquint James Shaky Knees Festival 2018 May 07, 2018