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Last I heard Jeff Beck was touring with The Beach Boys
not with the beach boys. he toured with brian wilson.
big difference. 8)

Thanks Lumpy. Ya I agree, there's a big difference :!: My bad... :oops:

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So Far:
1/9 Metalachi
1/15 The Aristocrats * The Travis Larson Band
1/16 Jane Rose and The Deadend Boys * The Howlin' Wolves
1/19 The Blasters * Cowboys & Indian
1/24 March Fourth Marching Band
2/1 Jayke Orvis & The Broken Band * Carrie Nation & the Speakeasy * Hillbilly Casino
2/2 That 1 Guy
2/5 Zappa Plays Zappa
2/12 Zappa Plays Zappa
2/16 Gangstagrass
2/24 Nikki Hill
3/6 Magic Beans
3/12 Greensky Bluegrass * Tumbleweed Wanderers
3/17 Larry & His Flask * Whiskey Shivers
3/18 Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings
3/23 Metalachi * The Misphats
3/26 Moot Davis * West Water Outlaws
4/3 Southern Culture On The Skids * Marti Brom * Whiskey Sisters
4/5(day) Lonestar Round Up w/ Grady * The Jungle Rockers * The Iguanas * Jimmie Vaughan
4/5(night) Guy Forsyth


Coming up:
4/10 Mike Dillon Band & Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey
4/12 Dave & Phil Alvin
4/16 Nekromantix
4/18 Imperial Rooster
4/22 Cage The Elephant * J Roddy Walston & The Business
4/23 The Black Lillies * The Howlin' Brothers
4/24 Trampled By Turtles * Spirit Family Reunion
4/27 St. Paul & the Broken Bones
4/29 Shakey Graves * Whiskey Shivers
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5/25 Local H
5/30 Steve Vai
6/1 Nashville Pussy * The Supersuckers
6/3 Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers * Dead Winter Carpenters
6/12 Red Elvises
6/14 Cherry Poppin Daddies

I don't get out much.

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Last night Mrs. Flycoon and I saw Steve Martin and the Deep Canyon Rangers.

Bluegrass isn't my bag, but it was pretty entertaining. Steve joked around a lot, and the musicians were quite talented.

But one thing screamed "pampered Hollywood star:" there were four tour buses parked outside. I guess that would be one for the band, one for the crew, one for Steve, and one for his banjos...

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Last night Mrs. Flycoon and I saw Steve Martin and the Deep Canyon Rangers.

Bluegrass isn't my bag, but it was pretty entertaining. Steve joked around a lot, and the musicians were quite talented.

But one thing screamed "pampered Hollywood star:" there were four tour buses parked outside. I guess that would be one for the band, one for the crew, one for Steve, and one for his banjos...

Well excuuuuuse Steve!

I'm glad the Flycoon's had a goodtime. I saw his show on PBS the other night where he's playing with those same musicians , the DCR. It looked and sounded like a fun show to attend. Beats the hell outta those darn accordions! :lol: 8)

4 buses and one plane. I think he's got his pilots license too! :o

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Taking a drive on Saturday (2&1/2hrs) to go see Johnny Winter at an Indian Casino in Nor Cal. I've been there once before about 8 years ago to see Brian Setzer and it was a decent venue as I recall. Anyway, I always liked Johnny though I didn't discover him until after his heyday. This is a big year for him as he turns 70 and has a box set and new documentary coming out. Seems he's healthier than he's been in awhile too. Looking forward to it.


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Taking a drive on Saturday (2&1/2hrs) to go see Johnny Winter at an Indian Casino in Nor Cal. I've been there once before about 8 years ago to see Brian Setzer and it was a decent venue as I recall. Anyway, I always liked Johnny though I didn't discover him until after his heyday. This is a big year for him as he turns 70 and has a box set and new documentary coming out. Seems he's healthier than he's been in awhile too. Looking forward to it.

Make that a 3 hr. drive if I can get tix and help with gas? :?: :D

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Taking a drive on Saturday (2&1/2hrs) to go see Johnny Winter at an Indian Casino in Nor Cal. I've been there once before about 8 years ago to see Brian Setzer and it was a decent venue as I recall. Anyway, I always liked Johnny though I didn't discover him until after his heyday. This is a big year for him as he turns 70 and has a box set and new documentary coming out. Seems he's healthier than he's been in awhile too. Looking forward to it.

Make that a 3 hr. drive if I can get tix and help with gas? :?: :D

Yeah. That'll work. I'm considering staying down there but not sure. Would you consider pitching in for a room ( whatever you could afford) if I decide to stay and carouse the casino all night?


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Taking a drive on Saturday (2&1/2hrs) to go see Johnny Winter at an Indian Casino in Nor Cal. I've been there once before about 8 years ago to see Brian Setzer and it was a decent venue as I recall. Anyway, I always liked Johnny though I didn't discover him until after his heyday. This is a big year for him as he turns 70 and has a box set and new documentary coming out. Seems he's healthier than he's been in awhile too. Looking forward to it.

Make that a 3 hr. drive if I can get tix and help with gas? :?: :D

Yeah. That'll work. I'm considering staying down there but not sure. Would you consider pitching in for a room ( whatever you could afford) if I decide to stay and carouse the casino all night?

Sounds like a plan bro'! 8) :D

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So far this year:
Clutch w/ The Sword 1/10 Town Ballroom, Buffalo
Roky Erickson & The Hounds Of Baskerville, w/ The Black Angels 2/08 Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland
The Pack A.D. 3/21 Detour Music Hall, St. Catharines ON
The Hanson Brothers 3/30 Club Absinthe, Hamilton ON

good stuff coming up:
Ken Vandermark's Made To Break 4/18 Hallwalls, Buffalo
Floor 5/08 The Tralf, Buffalo
Red Fang w/ Big Business, American Sharks 6/01 Beachland Tavern, Cleveland
Dale Watson & His Lonestars 6/02 Sportsmens Tavern, Buffalo
Peter Brotzmann/William Parker/Hamid Drake Trio 6/08 Hallwalls
Jello Biafra & The Guantanamo School Of Medicine w/ Negative Approach 6/20 The Lost Horizon, Syracuse
Primus w/ Dean Ween Group 6/27 TAGS Summer Stage, Big Flats NY
ZPZ 6/29 Palace Theater, Syracuse
King Buzzo(acoustic) 7/3 Grog Shop, Cleveland
Swans 7/5 The Tralf, Buffalo
Clutch w/ American Sharks 7/24 Westcott Theater, Syracuse


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On the radar after Johnny Winter - John Scofield, Reverend Horton Heat, Wayne Hancock, the Tubes, Ian Anderson, Terry Bozzio.


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Just got tickets to see DEVO do their hardcore show (only songs from before they signed with Warner Brothers). It'll be weird to see them play this stuff, and it'll be weird to see them without Bob2. In fact, it'll be weird to see them at all (I haven't seen DEVO in over 30 years).

Mrs. Flycoon definitely doesn't want to go to this show, so I made a deal with one of my buddies: if he drives, I'll buy his ticket. That in itself ought to be interesting; years ago he did some design work for DEVO. He's got some stories, and we'll have a couple hours to kill...

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Al Kooper 5/15. BB King NYC

Ginger Baker 6/26. BB King. NYC


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Al Kooper 5/15. BB King NYC

Ginger Baker 6/26. BB King. NYC

I hear BB's ramblin' on, sorta loosin it, forgetting chords, from what I've read recently. I forget the source. I hope you catch him on a good night though, should it be true. He played here 3-4 years ago and was great. So who knows. His website sure isn't going to tell you "ya takes your chances" with shows. Chuck Berry's another older musician that stops the show cuz he just can't duck walk like a kid anymore, then forgets chords he wrote. They're all getting on now. Even Johnny Winters only played a little over an hour a dozen or so daze ago. He looked older than BB and Chuck, but with an albino Johnny Cash lookin' face ya know? Lousy sound (PA) in a conference room. He had to be helped on and off but still could play and he seemed to enjoy it. The other guitarist was really good together with JW's slide/bottleneck playin' style, but all in all a $45 nostalgic rip off....or scalping is more like it. :cry: :lol:

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KAPT.KIIRK wrote:
Rahdley wrote:
Al Kooper 5/15. BB King NYC

Ginger Baker 6/26. BB King. NYC

I hear BB's ramblin' on, sorta loosin it, forgetting chords, from what I've read recently. I forget the source. I hope you catch him on a good night though, should it be true. He played here 3-4 years ago and was great. So who knows. His website sure isn't going to tell you "ya takes your chances" with shows. Chuck Berry's another older musician that stops the show cuz he just can't duck walk like a kid anymore, then forgets chords he wrote. They're all getting on now. Even Johnny Winters only played a little over an hour a dozen or so daze ago. He looked older than BB and Chuck, but with an albino Johnny Cash lookin' face ya know? Lousy sound (PA) in a conference room. He had to be helped on and off but still could play and he seemed to enjoy it. The other guitarist was really good together with JW's slide/bottleneck playin' style, but all in all a $45 nostalgic rip off....or scalping is more like it. :cry: :lol:

I think Rhadley's talking about the venue: BB King's in NYC that he's seeing Al Kooper and Ginger Baker at. He's not seeing BB King but yeah I saw that report where BB had a meltdown at a recent concert. He's 88 for god's sake. I'd have no desire to see him at this point, there comes a time to hang it up and not tarnish your legacy. Also Kapt., it's Johnny Winter, not Johnny Winters. He deserves us getting his name right.


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I think Rhadley's talking about the venue: BB King's in NYC that he's seeing Al Kooper and Ginger Baker at. He's not seeing BB King but yeah I saw that report where BB had a meltdown at a recent concert. He's 88 for god's sake. I'd have no desire to see him at this point, there comes a time to hang it up and not tarnish your legacy. Also Kapt., it's Johnny Winter, not Johnny Winters. He deserves us getting his name right.

Thanks man! It looked like a double/triple bill in NYC. to me,. D'oh! I should wear some reading classes, jeeze that's bad. I loved Johnny Winter, (no S) he's still got the chops but he should have had a better sound system, the resort shorted him that way. He still was kick ass once he was seated and playin', short time that it was. 8)

The Alice Cooper and Ginger Spice gig looks fantastic too! Ahahahaha! :mrgreen:

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KAPT.KIIRK wrote:
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I think Rhadley's talking about the venue: BB King's in NYC that he's seeing Al Kooper and Ginger Baker at. He's not seeing BB King but yeah I saw that report where BB had a meltdown at a recent concert. He's 88 for god's sake. I'd have no desire to see him at this point, there comes a time to hang it up and not tarnish your legacy. Also Kapt., it's Johnny Winter, not Johnny Winters. He deserves us getting his name right.

Thanks man! It looked like a double/triple bill in NYC. to me,. D'oh! I should wear some reading classes, jeeze that's bad. I loved Johnny Winter, (no S) he's still got the chops but he should have had a better sound system, the resort shorted him that way. He still was kick ass once he was seated and playin', short time that it was. 8)

The Alice Cooper and Ginger Spice gig looks fantastic too! Ahahahaha! :mrgreen:

Maybe you were thinking of Jonathan Winters. That would have been pretty interesting if they had switched careers. Can you imagine Johnny Winter flying that airplane with Mickey Rooney in It's A Mad, Mad, Mad World and Jonathan Winters rocking out onstage with Rick Derringer?


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I saw Yes last month at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre with their relatively new singer, Jon Davidson. They performed The Yes Album, Close To The Edge and Going For The One in their entireties, with Roundabout as an encore. While skeptical initially, I was impressed with Davidson and enjoyed the show overall, especially since it was 2 & 1/2 hours.

I saw Bryan Ferry solo for the first time last weekend (he hadn't played here solo since 1988!), also at the QE Theatre. This time from the 4th row dead centre (technically row D, since the first four rows are listed A, B, C & D). Usually, no more than half of his set is solo material, with the balance being Roxy Music songs and cover material. But not on this night. Out of the 23 songs performed, he played 16 Roxy tracks - I was in shock! The only downside for me was that he didn't play anything from Stranded or Country Life - my two favourite Roxy albums. However, that wasn't a major concern. The highlight and major surprise of the night for me was Stronger Through The Years, a deep album cut from Manifesto. Throughout parts of his 100 minute set, Bryan appeared to be a bit under the weather. But his almost entirely new and young band balanced that out with a shitload of energy and once everyone got up on their feet during the last 6 or so songs, he was lovin' it. Excellent show!


SETLIST:

Re-make/Remodel
Kiss And Tell
Slave To Love
Ladytron
Oh Yeah
Same Old Blues
If There Is Something
Take A Chance With Me
Reason Or Rhyme
2HB
In Every Dream Home A Heartache
Tara
More Than This
Avalon
Stronger Through The Years
This Island Earth
Both Ends Burning
Love Is The Drug
Editions Of You
Let's Stick Together

Running Wild
Jealous Guy


And lastly, I saw Dream Theater last night, also at the QE Theatre! Out of the 5 times I've seen them, this was their longest (2 hours and 45 minutes) AND best performance! I was 1st row (technically 5th row, since the first four rows are listed A, B, C & D) nearly dead centre. James KILLED it and he actually got me and the rest of us singing during several parts of the show, especially, "...One last timmmmmmmme...", near the end. Bloody hell, they all KILLED it! And considering Awake and SFAM are my two favourite DT albums, the only way the setlist could've been better is if they played both albums in their entireties. But that would've been too much to ask and is certainly not a complaint.

What a night! I'm still on a major high because of it!

Btw, James also stated that they would be coming back early next year!

SETLIST:

False Awakening Suite (intro tape)
1. The Enemy Inside
2. The Shattered Fortress
3. On the Backs of Angels
4. The Looking Glass
5. Trial of Tears
6. Enigma Machine (w/ drum solo)
7. Along for the Ride
8. Breaking All Illusions
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Bad Larry cartoon
9. The Mirror
10. Lie
11. Lifting Shadows Off A Dream
12. Scarred
13. Space-Dye Vest
14. Illumination Theory
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15. Overture 1928
16. Strange Deja-Vu
17. The Dance of Eternity
18. Finally Free
'Easter Egg' (outro tape)

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Maybe you were thinking of Jonathan Winters. That would have been pretty interesting if they had switched careers. Can you imagine Johnny Winter flying that airplane with Mickey Rooney in It's A Mad, Mad, Mad World and Jonathan Winters rocking out onstage with Rick Derringer?

Jonathan Winters wasn't in the airplane scene. That was Buddy Hackett and Jim Backus with Mickey Rooney.

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But Jonathan Winters had the best scene in that movie - and one of the best slapstick scenes of all time - where he went absolutely berzerk and destroyed a service station with his bare hands.

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In the top MMMW pix, Jonathan Winters looks a lot like Jim Backus. Or Thurston Howell III for you younger folks. Jonathan Winters had many characters inside of him but couldn't play slide/bottleneck guitar worth squat whether Rick Derringer was playing with him or not. He could fake it pretty good though!
Jim Backus, not so much, hell I don't know if he even played guitar. :wink: :)

Is Edgar Winter still playing and touring? :?:

We're all gettin' on I'd say! :lol: :mrgreen:

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MentalTossFlycoon wrote:
KUIII wrote:
Maybe you were thinking of Jonathan Winters. That would have been pretty interesting if they had switched careers. Can you imagine Johnny Winter flying that airplane with Mickey Rooney in It's A Mad, Mad, Mad World and Jonathan Winters rocking out onstage with Rick Derringer?

Jonathan Winters wasn't in the airplane scene. That was Buddy Hackett and Jim Backus with Mickey Rooney.

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But Jonathan Winters had the best scene in that movie - and one of the best slapstick scenes of all time - where he went absolutely berzerk and destroyed a service station with his bare hands.

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Thanks for the great pics and for clearing that up for me. It's funny (or maybe frightening would be a better word) how memories get all intermingled as the decades start piling up.


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Kapt - Yes, Edgar is still performing and from recent photos and clips I've seen of him he seems to be in great shape.


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Kapt - Yes, Edgar is still performing and from recent photos and clips I've seen of him he seems to be in great shape.

Thanks KUIII, good to know. I've always wondered if they were twins or just brothers. I know Edgar plays the sax but doesn't he play other instrument too and compose? From what I've heard, he sounds more in the jazz vein than rock when it comes to his music. I'm no expert as y'all know! :lol:

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Caught a Stacey Kent gig on Friday.
Joe Bonamassa is playing on saturday...in a fucking 1970's vintage hockey rink with the acoustics of a cave...
Got my tickets for Wayne Shorter on the 11 of june...should be a good gig.
I hope to see Melanie de Biasio in a couple of weeks....

hope to see Jeff Beck in July at the Vienne Jazz festival..

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Kapt - Yes, Edgar is still performing and from recent photos and clips I've seen of him he seems to be in great shape.

Thanks KUIII, good to know. I've always wondered if they were twins or just brothers. I know Edgar plays the sax but doesn't he play other instrument too and compose? From what I've heard, he sounds more in the jazz vein than rock when it comes to his music. I'm no expert as y'all know! :lol:

Edgar Winter is a pure 'rocker' KK. He is also younger than Johnny, so he'll be around for a while longer. I saw them together a couple years ago. Rick D. was on the bill too! Edgar plays Sax, keys and drums in his concerts.


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Kapt - Yes, Edgar is still performing and from recent photos and clips I've seen of him he seems to be in great shape.

Thanks KUIII, good to know. I've always wondered if they were twins or just brothers. I know Edgar plays the sax but doesn't he play other instrument too and compose? From what I've heard, he sounds more in the jazz vein than rock when it comes to his music. I'm no expert as y'all know! :lol:

Edgar Winter is a pure 'rocker' KK. He is also younger than Johnny, so he'll be around for a while longer. I saw them together a couple years ago. Rick D. was on the bill too! Edgar plays Sax, keys and drums in his concerts.

Thanks coevad, I don't know why I thought he was into jazz more than R&R. D'oh! :lol:

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