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Open Forum / Re: Cabot Theater next Saturday....who's in?
« Last post by bostondavid on Today at 01:51:59 pm »
 
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Actually, the band was driving to Philly. They were heading somewhere around Hartford after the Cabot show, and then finishing the drive the following day.

Shows you what I know. I could have sworn Myles said they were flying to Sellersville because I remember thinking they'd have time to hang around after the show if they wanted to. I guess I misunderstood. Too bad I didn't know they were headed to Hartford: I would have suggested they get to Bear's Smokehouse right around the block from the Infinity Center before they hit the road again. Great barbeque.
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Open Forum / Re: Cabot Theater next Saturday....who's in?
« Last post by bostondavid on Today at 01:44:32 pm »
A little bit of a rough start with minor equipment issues, Conrad's strap button breaking, etc,

Yeah, and Steve was standing around looking forlorn for a couple of numbers, too. Some technical difficulties at the start for sure.
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Open Forum / Re: Cabot Theater next Saturday....who's in?
« Last post by mcamp on Today at 01:26:42 pm »
..A new road crew member...


A name perchance? glad to hear you had a great time!

Before the show Myles told me they were flying between the East Coast shows instead of driving. My wife's theory is that touring with Tedechshi Trucks made the guys realize they could make the travel more bearable. 

Actually, the band was driving to Philly.
They were heading somewhere around Hartford after the Cabot show, and then finishing the drive the following day.
They did however fly up from Maryland.
Personally, I don't know how they do it. They party pretty hardy, travel, gig....repeat.
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Open Forum / Did anyone here go to Sellersville?
« Last post by wharfrat70 on Today at 11:04:04 am »
Any reviews from the road?  :)
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Open Forum / Re: Cabot Theater next Saturday....who's in?
« Last post by wharfrat70 on Today at 11:03:07 am »
Great high energy show.  Audience was more "into it" than recent Cabot shows, or at least it felt that way to me.  Always feel so blessed to be able to see these guys so close to home in such a nice venue as the Cabot.  A little bit of a rough start with minor equipment issues, Conrad's strap button breaking, etc, but 2nd set knocked it out of the park, as usual.  I'm glad Barrence did a double encore - this was great.  The majority of the second set, the past 2 years, is a bit much for me.  :)
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Open Forum / Re: Cabot Theater next Saturday....who's in?
« Last post by bostondavid on Today at 09:05:23 am »
..A new road crew member...


A name perchance? glad to hear you had a great time!

Beats me. There was some guy I've never seen before up on the stage with Mando. Myles was pretty busy at the merch table after the show so no chit chat. Before the show Myles told me they were flying between the East Coast shows instead of driving. My wife's theory is that touring with Tedechshi Trucks made the guys realize they could make the travel more bearable. In any case, they were on from start to finish so whatever they're doing it seems to be working. Just bummed I'm going to miss that show at the NOLA House of Blues. A stand up venue (finally) and the JazzFest energy should make for an awesome show. Oh, well.
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Open Forum / Re: Cabot Theater next Saturday....who's in?
« Last post by rovalle on Yesterday at 07:49:03 pm »
..A new road crew member...


A name perchance? glad to hear you had a great time!
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Open Forum / Re: Cabot Theater next Saturday....who's in?
« Last post by mcamp on Yesterday at 03:53:52 pm »
Sorry i didn't see you there Dave.
It was an awesome show!
They really extended out the solos, and Bertha was one of the best I've seen.
Other highlights: Wicked Rain, Train Don't Stop, Not Fade Away, The Neighborhood.
I'm sure Uncle Buck has a setlist.
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Open Forum / Re: Cabot Theater next Saturday....who's in?
« Last post by bostondavid on Yesterday at 01:17:45 pm »
Fabulous show. I'm not a setlist guy so I'll leave that to others. A new road crew member and some less punishing travel seem to agree with the guys. Everyone was engaged and the music was amazing from start to finish. The triple guitar solos on Chains of Love were epic. Conrad was boogieing away, especially on Cesar's tunes. Gave the drummer some. Barrence Whitfield got the greatest backup band in the world for the encores. Still the best.
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Open Forum / Re: Music You Forget
« Last post by kosh1313 on Yesterday at 02:39:56 am »
Is my memory correct K'Osh - My Dad turned me onto Memphis Underground after he heard me playing Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive and then I turned you onto it?

Hoot; could be, those albums just came out at us; I know my parents vinyl did its job. . MCamps, yeah Sonny Sharrock. The lad was tapping his feats when I said open your ears. The kid in my house is getting it.
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