Rock The Peach Music Festival This Weekend in Penticton B.C. Canada. Another Great Event

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Here Comes another great Music fest. July 27-29 2012. Penticton British Columbia Canada. It’s at the very large Kings Park.

Go To for great info and the Super line up. Ronnie Dunn, Collective Soul Sam Roberts Band, Jesse Cook, War, Three Dog Night, Glass Tiger and the list goes on and on! Great Music, great times!

Get to Rock The Peach This Weekend.

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Day Four at Sturgis North was Fun In The Sun and Again with Great LIVE Entertainment!

Wow what a day. Stunt riders, Show’ N Shine Finale, Great concerts and Great People! Saturday had the highest turnout yet for events. The night’s concerts with Stampede Queen, The Snake Oil Sinners, Nick Gilder and The  Guess Who were over the top! WOW ! Organizers did a fantastic job with the performers and the shows were Mind-Blowing.

Those Burn-outs are amazing. New tires anyone?

The day was very long and I rested many times between events. I will update with the days festivities this week. Today is the last day folks. BC/DC an AC/DC tribute band, Jasmine Cain This afternoon,  With The Stampeders and Lee Rocker as today’s headliners are going to make today’s Finale another day not to miss. If you can make it here , Come and see them LIVE!

The Custom Builders and their toys. Just a sample of Photos to come!


Rock and Roll baby!

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Sturgis North has had 3 Amazing days of Motorcycles and Rock and Roll and More Great Events with 2 Days Left. Get to Vernon B.C.

These great Bikes is what it’s all about! Sturgis North 2012 !

The 2’nd Annual Sturgis North held this year at The Motoplex Speedway in Vernon British Columbia, Canada has had three days of fun, sun, a little rain last night, lots of great custom bikes, Babes, and of course great music entertainment. There is the trade show showcasing an array of customizing motorcycle and car businesses, food (with a covered picnic table area ), clubs, swag, and on and on.

Show’N Shine Baby!

1980 Goldwing, number 25 off the assembly line !  In immaculate condition, Well Done !


It’s a MOTORCYCLE RALLY AND MUSIC FESTIVAL that is destined to rival it’s American counterpart. The organizers have done an incredible job providing shuttle bus services from many of the local communities. Planning and preparation and support is what makesd a great rally !

Yesterday had some great talent back on Stage. Snake Oil Sinners started their show but the lightening storm cut it short. Seven Bridges was next. This Eagles Tribute band was fantastic. The sound, the style the music was as if we were hearing The Eagles last night. These artists know how to please the crowd. I especially liked the talk box used, just like Joe Walsh’s.

Seven Bridges is an Incredible Eagles Tribute band !

Kim Mitchell hit the stage at 8pm. What a trip down memory lane! The music of Kim Mitchell ( Max Webster ) will continue to make people happy for long time. Thank-you Kim !

Let’s go For a Soda!

Kim Mitchell has always been a crowd pleaser from his Max Webster Days. I was blown away when he played three Max Webster tunes in his set last night. A Million Vacations, High Class in Borrowed Shoes and Battle Scar. Wow. His solo hits, Patio Lanterns, All We Are and Go For A Soda are other great ones performed last night. An hour and a half of great Kim Mitchell! Thanks for everything, I mean everything! Great music, great entertainment and of course, Your autograph means the most from an artist that keeps me in my youth. Just like all the bands I will see this weekend. We know all the words to the music of our eternal youth. Your music will live on forever!

Brian Howe, Formerly of Bad Company with his band singing many great Bad Company hits. Brian had 4 great Lp’s with Bad Company from 1986 to 1994.

The headliner last night was Brian Howe formerly from Bad Company. Again this show was amazing! I didn’t say it yet but the bands and us audience members braved a downpour to see these great performers. Their passion was evident just the same as ours was to see them. Brian displayed great admiration for our perserverance in staying to see his band. ” I’d be home on the couch right now if I was you” He said to us. I yelled back ” But Brian, your here with us!” He would not have it any other way. He is a dedicated, passionate artist with the desire to  ” Share the Joy ” . These musicians know it’s the pleasure of their music and the whole LIVE entertainment of their talent that keeps them and us going to the shows. The talent on the stages last night again was Over The Top. To make it that much more special it was Brian Howe’s Birthday. Did he say 29. No 40, no 42……You know we are all 17 again listening to these great hits from MY generation. OK, I’m 49, I Rocked to Max Webster and Bad Company since I started going to concerts in 1976. Yeah Baby, 13 years  old.

Amazing voice with an astounding stage presence. Brian Howe’s show last night was more than a rock show, it was an insight to the man behind the music. In the rain and the adverse elements with the whole show ( Rain can be such a show stopper ) everyone’s positive attitude showed through and we all had an incredibly great time. Thank-you Brian, Thank -you Sturgis North’s Production Crew.


Bad company had hit after hit after hit. Feel Like Making Love, Bad Company, Holy Water, Ready for Love were some performed last night.  Brian Howe’s Bad Company’s first Album was  Fame and Fortune. After the show, Brian came over to the entrance, we talked a while and he autographed my Fame and Fortune LP. He was fatigued, they flew in from Florida that morning and were  on a flight at 6am again back to Florida today. It’s the Passion, love for the music and the fans. This is why they do it. I Have To See It Live Baby!

The weather today is going to be sunny and hot! The shows are going to Rock You all day long ! Come on over to Vernon, B.C. Two great day’s left for Sturgis North Canada.

See you There !


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Deep Purple’s Jon Lord passes away.

Jon Lord, Deep Purple’s Iconic and legendary keyboardist has died. Wow, What a shock! 71 years old. He retired from Deep Purple back in 2003 and I never got to see him but his music lived on with the current line-up’s Don Airey.  I saw them recently at The Queen Elizabeth Theatre. I’ll add photos later.
I am posting my review for that show now.
Deep Purple Rocked The Queen Elizabeth Theatre With a Tour Finale
February 26, 2012By Paul Fitzgerald
Deep Purple returned to Vancouver after a long hiatus with three original members from 1972’s iconic Machine Head Album. Singer Ian Gillan, drummer Ian Paice  (Original from their 1968 conception) and bass player Roger Glover returned with guitar veteran Steve Morse and phenomenal keyboardist Don Airey. They rocked the rafters at the Q.E. to a very appreciative crowd.
Ian Gillan was boasting that this was the last show of a 6 year, 50 country tour. Ian Gillan’s voice was amazing as he hit those highs on such songs as Woman from Tokayo ( as spelled on my ‘Who Do We Think We Are’ album) , Lazy  and Space Truckin to name a few of the hits performed this night. It took a few bars of Highway Star for Ian to warm up his chords when they hit the stage at 8:30. He also sported a black ankle brace but that didn’t stop him from roaming the stage. So personable he gave away his sunglasses and stopped to shake hands too.
Ian Paice’s drum work was stellar. Forty-five years of hammering out great Rock music. His solo during ‘The Mule’ was flawless. He belted out those classics from the 60’s and 70’s like yesterday. Steve Morse has been Deep Purple’s guitarist since 1994 and plays with passion and a style I had never experienced before . He makes his guitar sing. The way he manipulated the tone dials on the guitar the same time he picks was nothing I had seen before. People who had attended the clinic at Tom Lee’s that Steve had put on that afternoon said he demonstrated his unique style to them. That is the WOW factor, Man!
Don Airey has joined Deep Purple to replace the retired Jon Lord. Jon’s genius keyboard solos on  Lazy and Highway Star identify them as Deep Purple Hits. It is genius work and Don Airey performed all the songs as if they were his own. He is a master of the organ and keyboards. As is Roger Glover on bass. You don’t see a bass player very often who picks as amazingly as Roger. I was mesmerized by his playing. I love great bass players and Roger is great to say the least. That bass just reverbs through your soul. I was an honored recipient of one of his autographed picks. Thanks Roger.
Two hours of hit after hit. They were having a ball. They all put so much passion into their performance. They need a well deserved break after six years. Is this their last Tour to Canada? I hope not. Europe tour starts again Oct. 24, 2012. Thanks for a show of shows. I also lucked out with getting Ian Gillan’s setlist and an autographed drum head by all five members. I have to experience Deep Purple again. Wow , what a show!
Set List.
Highway Star
Hard Lovin’ Man
Maybe I’m a Leo
Strange kind of Woman
Rapture of the Deep
Woman From Tokayo
Contact Lost
Steve Morse’s guitar solo
(included riff’s from Cliffs of Dover)
The Well Dressed Guitar
When a Blind Man Cries
The Mule (Ian Paice’s solo)
Don Airey’s Keyboard  solo
Perfect Strangers
Space Truckin
Smoke on The Water
Peter Gunn Theme ( Henry Mancini Cover)
Hush ( Joe South cover off of Purple Passages)
Roger Glover Bass solo
Black Night
The opening act was Stars Of Boulevard, from Vancouver, B.C. This hometown band was the 2010 CFOX SEEDS winners. Fresh from touring with Buckcherry as their opening act these guys played some fantastic hard rock for us with an eight song set of great original tunes.
I enjoyed ‘Feel Alright’ and ‘You Can Take The Money‘, the title song of their new CD.
These guys are not a pop act. This quartet rocked! I talked with them after the show and I am convinced opening for Buckcherry on 10 tour dates was great for their Show. Personable on and off stage. Now opening for Deep Purple in Victoria and Vancouver. I picked up their CD after the show and they were on hand to autograph it. You know your good when there are as many people buying your swag as that buying Deep Purple’s. Great show!
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The Mighty One with Guests, Axiom, Celestial Ruin and Kicked Off The Farm at The Red Room Ultra Bar July 7’th 2012

By Paul Fitzgerald,  Photographs by Paul Fitzgerald

Last weekend at The Red Room I saw four great bands. A show put together by Clyde Hill.  Kicked off the Farm opened the show and right away I was rocking to some great Grunge style Rock. Their original music was fantastic.

Kicked off the Farm Kicked off Clyde Hill’s Show at The Red Room July 7th 2012 in Vancouver, B.C.

Celestial Ruin Rocked the Rafters at The Red Room. This Is MIke Degenais on Bass Guitar, Nate on Keyboards, Adam on Drums, Larissa on Vocals. Not in picture Yakir on Lead Guitar.

Yakir playing some amazing riffs.

Next, Celestial Ruin , a Symphonic Metal Rock group with lead singer Larissa Dawn,  performed another stellar set. They performed their new song, ‘Sense Of Exile’. It will be Another great hit. They  played a great cover of a Cranberries Tune, ZOMBIE. I was a big fan of them in the 90’s. You have to get their new CD ‘ The Awakening’ Celestial Ruin is going on a mini tour to promote their new CD and kicking off their tour August 17, 2012 at Joes Apartment. Check out their Facebook page for details.

Cole Prichard and Axiom

Axiom . A Powerful Rock Band From Vancouver, B.C.

Axiom. A powerful Rock Band From Vancouver, B.C. Canada

The talent didn’t stop there. Axiom, a powerful Rock, alternative band with Cole Prichard as lead vocalist Rocked the Red room for a powerful Set.  Axiom is one of my new favorites to experience LIVE! Cole’s powerful lyrics with the great original music they have written, puts on an exciting set.  I am also a huge fan of Pink Floyd and their cover of another Brick in The Wall is very well Done!

Lorne Seaton and Tim Steinruck of The Mighty One

The Mighty One headlined Clyde Hill’s show at The Red Room July 7th 2012

The headliner The Mighty One with Tim Steinruck on Vocals and guitar and as main songwriter is an example of stellar talent and song writing abilities. There is such emotion and creativity in the lyrics and music. Feel The Shift, the Theme for this tour and to promote the new CD ‘ SHIFT “The Mighty One has recently released. Their tour was already in Eastern Canada, Quebec, Toronto etc. Commanding heavy guitar and words to music meant to awaken the conscious and maybe subconscious minds to The Mighty One! Hearing the music is one thing but the real experience is in Seeing It Live ! WOW, What a night.

Chris Campbell

The Mighty One’s Chris Campbell on Bass Guitar.

Many thanks to my old and dear friends, Heather for the rides, Adam Todd, Yakir, Nate and Mike and Larissa from Celestial Ruin, Clyde Hill for putting the show together, new friends, Dale Salive from Uncle Sid, Matt MacMartin of Kicked off The Farm, Tim Steinruck for the insight to his thoughts and powerful licks.  And Axiom with Cole Prichard and the members of Axiom and the crew that is behind Axiom. It was a fun night!

The Mighty One

The Mighty One

Cole Prichard from Axiom

Celestial Ruin’s Adam Todd on Drums, Larissa Dawn , Vocals and Yakir Biton on Lead Guitar


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Nick and Sophie Tweed-Simmons Hold Dance Party At the RiverRock

Friday, June 1st, 2012 At The RiverRock Casino  By Paul Fitzgerald, Photographs by Paul Fitzgerald

The shows last November 25th and 26th 2011 at Lulu’s Lounge in The RiverRock Casino, where over 1,000 people had to be turned away, motivated Vice President of Media & Entertainment, Howard Blank, to encourage Nick and Sophie Tweed-Simmons to return for a huge one night stand. Reliving the excitement from their parents wedding show, the now series of shows are a mini tour of these two great young stars.

Nick Tweed-Simmons is a fantastic crooner and frontman.

Nick and Sophie performed a show at their parents, Gene Simmons’ ( Front man for the rock band KISS ) and Shannon Tweed’s ( Playboy Playmate and movie star‘s) nuptials reception at The Beverly Hills Hotel back in October 2011. Howard Blank , a friend of the Tweed-Simmons and Gene Simmons family encouraged them to ‘Take The Show on The Road’ To Richmond, British Columbia, Canada at the world famous RiverRock Casino. After the first four shows which happened to coincide with The Grey Cup game at B.C. Place Stadium that week, The shows were deemed a huge success. Next Howard pressed for another show of shows at the famous RiverRock  Show Theatre.

The Theatre has the ability to be made into a Cabaret style nightclub where fans can sit at tables and also come down and dance.  One of two theatres in North America with this great multi functional capability.

Sophie Tweed-Simmons with Teddy Zig Zag Andreadis and The Joe Fernandes Band

The Show sold out to a most appreciative audience of both KISS fans and fans of the duo of Nick and Sophie Tweed-Simmons. I happen to be both.

The back up band is the same as the first four shows. Teddy ( Zig Zag )  Andreadis        (Gun’s and Roses, Alice Cooper and others, a stellar resume ) as Keyboardist / music director with Vancouver’s own Joe Fernandes Band . I went also to see Teddy Zig Zag again. He is amazing on those keyboards. His solo on Sophie’s cover of I’m Telling You was a blast. Teddy is fantastic to say the least. The Joe Fernandes Band is super entertaining and played these cover tunes with style and they sounded great! Together with Teddy Zig Zag, This band Rocked!

It was a bonus to have the The Amazing Teddy ‘Zig Zag’ Andreadis as Nick and Sophies Music Director and Keyboardist.

Nick opened the show with Dean Martin’s Sway, and continued with another 11 hits. He was not as comfortable this time, he did a fantastic show but he thought he made too many mistakes. We didn’t think so. He has strong stage presence, his voice is very commanding and he Rocks! His covers of Unchain My Heart, Little Sister, I Wanna be around, Feeling Good, Boom Boom  and Feeling Alright had a lot of us up on the Dance Floor. The young ladies in the audience were dressed to the nines for Nick. This young man is 6 foot 8 inches tall and has a huge presence on stage. He is a stunning front man and is destined to be in a powerful band one day.

Cameras from the Series, Family Jewels, Were visable at first but the crowd won the night and we could dance all we wanted!

At first the cameras which caught the show for the big video screens and to record for The Family Jewels Television series were quite intrusive at first. The one on the dance floor didn’t return after the floor became crowded with dancers.  Another one occasionally moved in front of the view of the upper tables but was never in one place very long. The third camera in the audience was stationary center at the back. The portable cameras on stage were great to get close ups of the band. Also we knew Gene and Shannon were there, Sophie told us her family was with them but this time they didn’t actually appear.

Sophie’s set was just as spectacular as Nick’s. She opened with Something’s Got A Hold On Me. Her powerful sweet voice was even better than before. She has been training I would say. She has a great voice and showed us over and over her vocal range is superb. Her beautiful smile and easiness with the audience had her that much more pleasing to watch. When singing Crazy for You where she sat on a chair with Guitarist Simon Jarrett accompanying , the audience became subdued by her own unique style. Her  jazzy voice just filled the theatre and we all had the best night’s entertainment. Thank-you Sophie, and thank-you Nick. You are both extremely talented. Watch out Gene. Another Generation of Stars for sure.

Sophie has the sweetest voice. Stellar range on the great set of songs that she sang!

The duo returned for a duet after Sophie’s set. They were great together once again.

They have performed on stage, television, have done the radio station tours and Sophie is now helping disadvantaged and abused children here in Greater Vancouver with Sophie’s Place. The Night after this show they performed again at a fundraiser, The Jacqui Cohen Charity Event Saturday, June 2, 2012. Then Sunday, June 3rd they were on Hand at The Fraser Downs Casino and Horse Racing facility in Surrey, British Columbia for a fan appreciation meet and greet. I was there to see the stars once again and got my picture taken with them. A fan all the way.

Thank-you Again. We all hope you come back soon.


Nick’s Set


Unchain My Heart

Use Me

Drowning in My Own Tears

Little Sister

I wanna be Around

Beyond The Sea

Feeling Good

Boom Boom

Feeling Alright

Under My Skin

Land of 1000 Dances


Sophie’s Set

Something’s Got A Hold On Me

Big Spender

Guy What Takes His Time

At last

I Just Wanna Make Love To You

I Want You Back

Crazy For You



I’m Telling You

Hi Dee Ho Man


Down in Mexico

That’s it. I Quit, I’m Moving On

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Vancouver’s New Blues Headquarters The Electric Owl’s Inaugural Blues Event Featuring Colin James and Steve Dawson. Sunday March 25, 2012. By Paul Fitzgerald

All Pictures by Paul Fitzgerald

Electric Owl Banner

All you Blues Fans  out there, there is a new Joint to see your favorite Blues artists. The Electric Owl, a new club in the old American Hotel is featuring a  Blues icon every last Sunday of the month. This first show was a sell out to 160 happy guests. Tables can reserved but the menu is limited to sharing plates or appetizers. The Owl Poutine is the most popular dish and the staff were great. They worked hard to keep up to the demands of a very thirsty crowd. All around a great experience.

Colin was in His Element at The Electric Owl .

Blues Artist Steve Dawson

To warm up the audience Steve with his Hen House Band played six songs. Some from his new CD Night Shade, and some old Blues classics. Steve is an astounding artist and 7 time Juno winner. The Hen House’s Bass player, the barefoot Keith Lowe kept everyone amused with his facial expressions and wild Bass playing. Geoff Hicks was on drums and kazoo and Chris Gestrin on keyboards and organ were fabulous. Blues Baby !
It was a night to play homage to all the great blues artists. Hits by Sam Cooke, Irma Thomas, Johnny Otis, John Hiatt, Van Morrison and Bob Dylan were played . Ry Cooder’s Billy The Kid was a favorite of Colin’s. Another hit , Sneaking Sally by Robert Palmer was mentioned as a favorite of Steve’s. Even a more recent hit by Patty Griffin, Up To the Mountain was belted out by Colin and Steve and the Hen House band. It was a Blues party. The Finale, Johnny Otis’s Hand Jive had people up dancing where ever they could. The Encore was Sam Cooke’s Having a Party. They joked it was from Sam’s Cook Book.

Colin jammed on acoustic guitar as well as mandolin, banjo and electric. Man this guy is Talented !

Instrument changes were for every song. Colin had two different acoustic guitars, a mandolin, harmonica and four separate electric guitars which included his famous Black SilverTone given to him by  Canadian Blues legend Don Freed with the promise to never sell it for any amount of money. By the end of the night Colin’s fingers were almost bleeding and guitar strings were breaking. It was a Blues jam the likes I will never get to experience again. Steve Dawson was jaw dropping on the Sliding Hawaiian Steel guitar and had as many instrument changes as Colin including a banjo and mandolin and the acoustic guitars. I was just in total astonishment at their combined talent.
If you’re a Blues fan, The Electric Owl is the place to see your favorite Blues artists. Rock has it’s roots in the Blues man! Next Blues show Sun. April 29, with Alvin Youngblood Hart. Enjoy!
Setlist of Blues favorites played by Colin James and Steve Dawson with The Hen House Band
Last Fair Deal Goin’ Down  (Robert Johnson)
Rattle Snakin’ Daddy        (Blind Boy Fuller)
Up To The Mountain          ( Patty Griffin  )
Aint Nothing You Can Do    ( Van Morrison)
Watching The River Flow    ( Bob Dylan  )
Take it Down                    ( John Hiatt  )
HooDoo man Blues           ( Junior Wells  )
It Aint No Lie                    ( Elizabeth Cotten )
Tried and Tempted            (Wood Brothers )
Billy The Kid                     ( Ry Cooder )
Sneaking Sally                 ( Robert Palmer)
Pressure Drop                   ( The Maytels  )
Devils in The Jukebox        ( Ray Lamontagne )
Cypress Avenue                 ( Van Morrison )
Ruler of My Heart               ( Irma Thomas  )
Hand   Jive                        ( Johnny Otis )
Having a Party                   ( Sam Cooke, Sam’s Cook Book )
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I Have To See It LIVE !

Jerry Doucette with Carter Low and Paul Fitzgerald

Getting to meet my childhood Icon Guitarist Jerry Doucette with his fellow Bluesman and Student, Carter Low BackStage at Canada Day Celebrations in Surrey, British Columbia Canada. July 1st, 2012. photo by Heather MacWilliam

Hi Everyone. I’m Paul Fitzgerald. It has been said I am The ultimate Super Fan! Live events, Concerts, Plays, Parades, Hockey, Basketball, Soccer, you name it, I have to see it live! This new Blog site is dedicated to the passion of the FANS and their experiences being witness to spectacular live concerts, sporting events and anything they see live! We encourage the Positive feelings to be expressed and agree not everyone has the same experience at a live show. Sometimes artists or athletes have a bad day. We all do. Constructive critism is always encouraged and profane language and expressions are strictly forbidden, well if it’s in  a positive context that can be allowed. Many positive feelings can be and have been expressed using mild profanity. Remember every action has an equal reaction. There is enough negativity in our world today. Need I say More?

Jerry Doucette and Carter Low

Jerry Doucette and Carter Low having a great time at Canada’a Birthday, July 1st 2012. Photo By Mark Peters

The artist or athlete will always tell you that in the end it’s the love of what they do that carries them. The term ‘ Starving or struggling” is how all of them have had to nurture and grow, or mature to achieve the goals they have set for themselves. I personally have had many setbacks in my life but with the help of friends and family have been able to make an effort to do something. I set out each day to try to accomplish one thing.

Music has saved me. I have quite the disability now which affects my vision and motor skills but I have persevered to write my reviews and be accepted in the community as someone who ‘Shares The Joy’. Trouble with bright lights, aching, watering eyes, driving at night, overcoming fatigue and always feeling dizzy to be able to sit and enjoy a great play, NHL Hockey game or my favorite, an amazing Rock Show! Things have been quite debilitating.
Since first writing this the dizziness has become worse unfortunately. The tremors have not , as I had hoped become any better. My vision the same.  Music has kept my spirits high!  Music has saved me from the darkness. New friends and old ones have been helping me. I recently as of 2013 have had strength trouble, the use of a cane is now my aid in staying active on some days. Everyone is getting to know me, I have been able to, on most occasions  a seat at most events. Standing too long has become an issue at events or the next day or days has been painful and both exhausting.
I wear dark sunglasses all the time and at events but to me it’s like seeing normal. I get to look Cool too! Many Thanks again to my dearest friends and family who have taken the time to share many positive experiences with me, drive me to not only seemingly endless Doctor appointments but also to these shows. I Love them so much for this. There IS Love in the world!

Ian Paice Longtime Drummer for Deep Purple. Great show at Vancouver’s Queen Elizabeth Theatre February 26, 2012. Photo by Paul Fitzgerald

So get out there and go to a show. Go down the block to your neighbourhood ballfield and watch the game that’s being played. Get passionate! See Your favorite artist when they come to town. Nothing Is Like Seeing It LIVE !
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