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2 ***days ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
QuoteCaptainCorella ...And here's some Twitter, formerly known as X ... OT: I just call it Xitter. * Saves typing * Everyone immediately knows the platform I'm referring to * And most also recognize it as an objection to the escalating and increasingly weird manifestations of Musk's megalomania
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2 ***days ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
QuoteTheflyingDutchman QuoteGazza The closer you get to the opening night without openers being named suggests it'll be the bloody Ghosthounds again, as they pay the Stones to be their support act. Business to the utmost. Gonna see the Feelies tonight in DC and been catching up on them. They released an album of all VU covers last year. Read the below and it made me wistful for the da
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2 ***days ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
I'm not a big fan of the albums that bracket it -- Steel Wheels and Bridges to Babylon -- but Voodoo Lounge, yes. I'd be down for a 30th anniversary deluxe remaster with outtakes from that. (Or, if it's ABB, I'd buy that too.)
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2 ***days ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
Elton John & Bernie Taupin were awarded this year's Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. A tribute concert was held at DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C. on March 20. It aired on PBS this past Monday night, April 8, 2024. Of the tribute performances my favorite was Bennie and the Jets performed by a guy who I didn't even who he was. Jacob Lusk
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4 ***days ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
Gary Clark Jr. is awesome. I saw him last summer... 8th row. (And there was a drunk couple 7th row, other side. The guy was stupid and noisey, "Gary" this and "Gary" that, like they were pals and the concert was all for him. Clark didn't put up with him for long. "HEY. Don't be yelling at me all night. Motherf*cker." To laughter, applause, and gratitude
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5 ***days ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
Little Richard: I Am Everything is a available on bluray and dvd. I bought the bluray a month or so ago. It's very good, and so is the PBS docu King and Queen of Rock and Roll. There's a good amount of overlap between them. They share some of the interview bits of the Stones -- different edits of the same video sources.
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6 ***days ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
Seeing Richard Thompson tomorrow night. 1952 Vincent Black Lighting has been covered by a lot of people. Even Dylan, live. But Sean Rowe's cover of it rules.
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6 ***days ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
Like some others here, I'm a big Samantha Fish fan and think she'd be an ideal opening act for the Stones. I told her that two or three years ago (she's such a trouper, she'll sign your stuff and chat after every show). And she's a road warrior, has truly paid her dues... unlike American oligarch Thomas Tull who just writes a big check to jump the line and buy the Stones&
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17 ***days ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
Brigitte Calls Me Baby Edit: The platform won't allow the link for some reason. (Bad gateway, host error.) Hop over to Youtube find their Oct 3, 2023 posted performance of "Impressively Average" But that would be if they were interested in giving a boost to a promising new rock band. Which they're not. They're interested in the cold hard cash. Mick will sell gigs t
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30 ***days ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
After wanting to see The Kills for five years, a family emergency prevented me from making their March 1 show. I hope it won't be five more years before they come around again. Upcoming concerts, new additions in bold: March 29 - Marshall Crenshaw - Richmond April 10 - Richard Thompson - Richmond April 13 - The Feelies - DC May 1 - Buddy Guy - Richmond (rescheduled from Oct 17
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30 ***days ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
QuoteWhale anybody know where the bluray Is still available? I called the record store I shop at a week ago. They had sold through their initial stock but re-ordered and got more in within 3 days.
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30 ***days ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
Every cardboard packaged cd I get, I put into small ziplock baggies. Give me the old plastic cases any day, fragile hinges and all, over cardboard packaging. The old 1980s heavy duty plastic cases being the best; in fact when I run across places dumping old cds for next to nothing, I'll buy some cds I don't want to then toss them if they're in the heavier cases that are still in go
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7 ***weeks ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
I'm not a N.Young Archives subscriber, and hadn't seen or heard the news about this tour. So I'm glad I browsed here today. For the DC area show, for First Tier (Sections 101 - 103), Rows A - J's standard price (including fees) is $319. (Many seats in those sections also are Platinum priced.) First Tier Row K is one of those pricing "sweet spot" rows, where a shar
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2 ***months ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
QuoteNashvilleBlues QuoteTheBluesHadaBaby QuoteNashvilleBlues Apr. 2- Black Crowes Apr. 3- Descendents and Circle Jerks Apr. 20- Ween May 14- Mr. Bungle June 7- Stones (Atlanta) Aug. 14- Buddy Guy Aug. 31- King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard PPD: Pearl Jam (Indiana) Aerosmith and Black Crowes (All Nashville, except where noted) N.Blues if you haven't heard Band of Horses live
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2 ***months ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
Quotetreaclefingers Very sad. My favourite version of Ruby Tuesday. I have to agree with that... and just think how many good or great covers of Ruby Tuesday exist out there. That cover, and (Lay Down) Candles In The Rain were such monster hits at the time... deservedly. I keep my couple of Melanie cds in with my "Peaceniks and Flower Children of the 60s & 70s" music.
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2 ***months ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
QuoteNashvilleBlues Apr. 2- Black Crowes Apr. 3- Descendents and Circle Jerks Apr. 20- Ween May 14- Mr. Bungle June 7- Stones (Atlanta) Aug. 14- Buddy Guy Aug. 31- King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard PPD: Pearl Jam (Indiana) Aerosmith and Black Crowes (All Nashville, except where noted) N.Blues if you haven't heard Band of Horses live I recommend 'em. They opened a tour l
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2 ***months ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
New additions are bolded. Jan 29, 2024 - Band of Horses - Richmond Feb 6 - Eddie 9V - Richmond Feb 21- Flogging Molly - Richmond Mar 1 - The Kills - DC Mar 29 - Marshall Crenshaw - Richmond Apr 10 - Richard Thompson- Richmond May 1 - Buddy Guy - Richmond (rescheduled from Oct 17, 2023) May 19 - Sum 41, & the Interrupters - Norfolk Jul 29 - Green Day, Smashing Pump
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3 ***months ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
A cover of an Elvis classic by an 18 yo who when 3 yrs old was abandoned by her abusive mother in a town north of Vladivostok, in winter. In an orphanage for two years she spoke very little, and that was with a bad speech impediment. Learning to sing was how she re-learned to speak. This is an Elvis cover quite out of the ordinary.
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3 ***months ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
Cheers to Bjornulf! Sticking with this, with all of what you've done for fellow Rolling Stones fans, for FORTY-FIVE YEARS, blows my mind.
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3 ***months ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
Condolences. I'm not liking these still young-ish deaths in the community. But, whatever one's age when it happens, I contend that Stones music adds at least a year or two to a fan's life. How could it not? Which means my own muleheaded nephews down in North Carolina won't be getting that bonus. My best efforts couldn't swing them on board with the Stones and other gre
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4 ***months ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
March 12. HALEY REINHART. Richmond March 27. SPRINGSTEEN & E STREET BAND. Washington DC March 29. SCREAMING FEMALES (Marissa Paternoster). Richmond April 2. TITUS ANDRONICUS. Richmond April 22. AMANDA SHIRES. Richmond April 28. LYDIA LOVELESS. Richmond May 3. YEAH YEAH YEAHS; opener: CHERRY GLAZZER. Washington DC June 4. SOUTHSIDE JOHNNY & the ASBURY JUKES. Richmond
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4 ***months ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
New additions bolded. Nov 25 - Liz Phair - DC Nov 27 - Bob Dylan - Richmond Dec 2 - Samantha Fish ftg. Jesse Dayton. Jon Spencer opens - Richmond Dec 7 - Judy Collins - Hopewell VA Jan 29, 2024 - Band of Horses - Richmond Feb 6 - Eddie 9V - Richmond Mar 1 - The Kills - DC May 1 - Buddy Guy - Richmond (rescheduled from Oct 17, 2023) Jul 29 - Green Day, Smashing Pumpk
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4 ***months ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
A few songs I like from Olivia Rodrigo's GUTS (2023) * All-American Bitch (Don't bail on it before 0:52) Lyrics version * Bad Idea, Right? * Ballad of a Homeschooled Girl (note: not a ballad) * Vampire TV-friendly version: * Get Him Back! (Official vid. comes with SoCal Diamonds) Target audience obviously is 20-ish girls like herself, which I'
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4 ***months ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
QuoteJadedFaded Saw John Fogerty tonight. He is so happy about owning his songs again and he had a blast playing them. Unfortunately for me, the sound was awful. I don’t know if the acoustics in the venue were bad or whoever did the sound mixing was totally inept. The guitars were mushy. The harmonica sounded out of tune. I couldn’t understand the words he was singing—and I know the lyrics to his
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5 ***months ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
"Goodbye, Jimmy Reed" is the consensus most fun song on Bob Dylan's 2020 Rough & Rowdy Ways, in that it rocks & rolls the most. Live: He plays it (nearly or?) every show this tour, lately as the next-to-last song, #16 or #17. In 1958 wife and husband Mary Lee Reed and Jimmy wrote, and Jimmy recorded for Vee-Jay Records, "Down In Virginia," blues tha
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5 ***months ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
Quotedaspyknows Rising Appalachia, Liz Phair and Joan Osborne the next 5 days. When I saw Joan last year she sang covers by Muddy Waters, Hip Shake by Slim Harpo (which I first learned existed from EOMS), four Dylan covers, and her own stuff. I really wanted to hear Right Hand Man, her song she's described as her attempt at a raucous rocker, raunchy in a Stones style but from a female POV
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5 ***months ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
QuoteGazza QuoteTheBluesHadaBaby * "East Virginia Blues." Dylan played it in 1969 with Earl Scruggs. Which I didn't even know until yesterday when I bought the Bootleg Series Vol. 15, and I only just now heard it. 1971. Its from an Earl Scruggs PBS TV special. Great version, too video: better quality here : Nice, thanks. On further consideration I'd move t
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5 ***months ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
QuoteJadedFaded November 18: John Fogerty I had never seen Fogerty until August of this year. He's still got a strong voice, has an engaging stage presence, puts on a remarkably energetic show for someone his age, and plays a setlist loaded with the CCR songs we want to hear (the ownership of which he got back only this year). I was very impressed and happy with the concert.
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5 ***months ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
QuoteTheBluesHadaBaby Quotemikey C ...Looks like Bob will be playing songs that are related to the cities he plays. Nice. Peace. M I am liking this twist. A lot. Where do I submit my recommendations (as if Bob listens to recommendations ) for the November 27 Richmond concert? My initial ideas for show openers and closers include: * "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down." In t
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5 ***months ***ago
TheBluesHadaBaby
Quoteroryfaninva Thats how its done... Faces vids all make me a little bit sad at what a great band we lost. Ronnie fits perfectly as a Stone, has from the start. But... the Faces in their heyday! I saw them just once, in 1973, and feel very fortunate to have.
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