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Online tmazz

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Summer Concerts Anyone?
« on: February 10, 2019, 09:21:16 PM »
Summer will be here before you now it.

Does anyone have any concert plans for the summer yet?

So far I have tickets to see James Taylor, John Williams and the Boston Pops doing a program of film music and the Boston Symphony doing Beethoven's 9th, all at Tanglewood with my wife and Buddy Guy at Westbury Music Fair with the LI boys. The guys are also going to see Santana at Jones beach, but that is on the same day as Beethoven's 9th.  :(
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Re: Summer Concerts Anyone?
« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2019, 10:21:54 PM »
Bryan Ferry in the spring, Beck in the summer so far.

Recent shows attended: Smithereens w/Marshall Crenshaw, Neil Young solo, Little Steven, Brian Wilson w/Blondie Chaplin & Al Jardine.

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Re: Summer Concerts Anyone?
« Reply #2 on: February 19, 2019, 05:43:11 AM »
It's 70-80 in Florida now so even though it's Feb, it's kinda summer or at least spring.

Just saw Dave Mason and Steve Cropper. These 2 guys wrote some of the best R&R or blues songs that you hear on the radio all the time. A bit of history there.

Elton John is coming to Jacksonville March 15.

Pat Metheny is on April 9th, for my birthday

Roscalusa is coming to my neighborhood on April 27. This is a song writers festival. These are the guys who write the songs that you hear on country radio. They come and tell the story behind the song then sing them for us in their own voice.

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