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Carbon Leaf – it took 2 pair of tickets

Jun 28, 2011 No Comments by

by Dawn Shaw I felt like part of a drug deal, standing on a street corner waiting for the drop, arms crossed impatiently, constantly glancing at my watch, trying to suppress my worrying mind which kept shouting at me “what if she doesn’t show?” I discovered Carbon Leaf via their song “The Boxer,” which was […]

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Woodstock – 1999

Jun 24, 2011 No Comments by

By Kelli S. I remember it like it was yesterday, even though it was 12 years ago. My best friend and I were two 19 year old girls from New Jersey..who packed the car and headed 8 hours up northern New York, to Rome, for three days of loud rock and roll, 102 degree weather, […]

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The Police at Shea – 1983

Jun 09, 2011 2 Comments

by Andrew Goldberg It was 1983 and Synchronicity was the best record out – at the moment. I was in summer camp and I was going to leave 2 days early because my parents were taking me to see The Police at Shea Stadium on August 18, 1983. We were all going courtesy of our […]

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Laurel Pop Festival – what a line-up

May 28, 2011 1 Comment

by Bruce Remer The first time I saw Zeppelin was about a month before at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, MD (Outside DC). We actually went to see the WHO. The ad posters said THE WHO, at the bottom was “With Led Zeppelin” in smaller print. We had been anticipating them because of the […]

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The Allman Brothers at the Beacon Theater, NYC

Apr 25, 2011 No Comments

It must have been 15 years since the last time my wife (then girlfriend) and I had seen the Allman’s at the Beacon Theater, right on Broadway and 74th?, it’s an old time rock hall smack in the middle of the upper west side of Manhattan – where your cocktails and parking cost more than […]

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Wynton Marsalis and Eric Clapton Play the Blues

Apr 24, 2011 No Comments

by Gary Spilatro For my birthday we when out to dinner at Roberts with a window table and view of Central Park. After dinner we crossed Columbus Circle to see Wynton Marsalis and Eric Clapton Play the Blues in the Rose Theater, Jazz at Lincoln Center at the Time Warner Building. Taj Mahal open the […]

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Tunnel of Love Express

Mar 21, 2011 No Comments

by David Siebert The Tunnel of Love Express reveals Patti Scialfa as Springsteen’s principal vocal partner as well as principal foil as well as…   Springsteen biography Dave Marsh later wrote of the sparks flying from the interaction, “You could have written it off just to musical magic … if you were dumb as a […]

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A cool slideshow for you…

Jan 18, 2011 1 Comment

Hope you like this slideshow – we haven’t posted one in a little while……. from pbyker  at http://canadaisamusicmec.ca/

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Winwood & Clapton – Together Live 2008

Dec 22, 2010 1 Comment

I have been a Clapton fan since I was a kid…playing Cream songs in a high school garage band. Thought I’d seen it all when I saw him in the Cream reunion a few years ago – but this show was something special. Although I have seen him in concert many times, I feel that […]

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Another Cool Slideshow

Sep 12, 2010 1 Comment

See how many of these bands you’ve seen!

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