Yep, we were there,my husband & I. Our 5th show this year, started with Providence, R.I. then proceeded to Bridgeport,Ct. Hampton Beach,N.H. , Great Barrington,Mass & Boston,Mass. Show was exceptional,Esp. Loved all the interaction the band had with the audience,Reminisant to the last day of school excitement(last show of last tour of year) Loved seeing Santa Joe dump sack of undies and Shelia very cautiously adorning Joe's kit with them. Next tour we'd like to see the quilt up on clothesline on stage. Loved the Crissy Puked twice entertainment and if I wasn't half way to 70 I'd have loved to have joined the young teeny Boppers up on stage, the dancin' fools they were. We were fortunate to be front and center row, putting in time waiting outside prior to doors opening. Seems I may be becoming a familiar New England face as the band connected with me through smiles and winks. Had a 15 yr. old to my left and 8 & 11 yr. old's to my right, Dweezil signed set list and gave to 11 yr. old. He asked my name and signed it to my Freak Out shirt. Also saw a memorial poster and roses left in memory of Cpt. BeefHeart outside, R.I.P. One short note how I came to know Frank's music,6 yrs. ago we were working in the North Maine Woods @ a remote Sporting Camp, one and half hours from the nearest town. Days were 14 hr. shifts tending camps and most of the time working independently, WELL, anyway a I had a CD walkman and a few mixed cds a friend (Named Frank,ironicley) gave me and ultimately working @ camp become my labortory to explore Frank's music.Frank has become a constant companion and friend ever since.Great job, gentlemen & Sheila, keep it up. We'll continue to support you and hope to see you many years to come. Love,Elizabeth & Richard Middletown,Ct.
P.S. In case you forgot my Request,Duke of Prunes