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TimmyB

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  1. Pearl Jam announced today that they will embark on a two-leg North American tour this fall. The first leg kicks-off in Pittsburgh on October 11th and wraps up in New Orleans at Voodoo Music + Arts Experience the weekend of November 1st. The second leg of the tour commences in Dallas on November 15th and closes in the band’s hometown of Seattle on December 6th. Leg One: DATE CITY VENUE Oct-11 Pittsburgh, PA Consol Energy Center Oct-12 Buffalo, NY First Niagara Center Oct-15 Worcester, MA DCU Center Oct-18 Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center Oct-19 Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center Oct-21 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center Oct-22 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center Oct-25 Hartford, CT XL Center Oct-27 Baltimore, MD 1st Mariner Arena Oct-29 Charlottesville, VA John Paul Jones Arena
 Oct-30 Charlotte, NC Time Warner Cable Arena Nov-1-3* New Orleans, LA Voodoo Music + Arts Experience Leg Two: DATE CITY VENUE Nov-15 Dallas, TX American Airlines Arena Nov-16 Oklahoma City, OK Chesapeake Energy Arena Nov-19 Phoenix, AZ Jobing.com Arena Nov-21 San Diego, CA Viejas Arena Nov-23 Los Angeles, CA Sports Arena Nov-24 Los Angeles, CA Sports Arena Nov-26 Oakland, CA Oracle Arena Nov-29 Portland, OR Rose Garden Arena Nov-30 Spokane, WA Spokane Arena Dec-2 Calgary, AB Scotiabank Saddledome Dec-4 Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena Dec-6 Seattle, WA Key Arena *Pearl Jam will only be playing one night in New Orleans. The performance date will be announced when the festival announces their schedule. A Ten Club ticket drawing will be held for members active as of yesterday July 7th, for a chance to purchase pre-sale tickets to these shows.
 
For your convenience you have one full week from today to enter before names are drawn. This drawing entry period opens today, July 8th and closes Monday July 15th at 10am PT. Names will not be drawn until Monday July 15th.
  2. The Ottawa crowd was lucky though as they not only got "Mull of Kintyre for the Anglophones in the Canadian Capital Region, they also got "Michelle" for the Francophone in the region. It felt like a hybrid of a Toronto concert with "Mull of Kintyre" for the English speaking fans and a Montreal/Quebec City concert with "Michelle" for the French speaking fans! Though don't tell the Ottawa fans it was had influences of a Toronto Paul gig, they may boo! It was so funny that the eighty-one year old lady that came up to on stage to hug Paul in the encore in between "Hi, Hi, Hi" and "Get Back." She told Paul on the microphone she is from Toronto and a good chunk of the crowd booed! Paul told those who booed "You're bad people!" Then he said "She's from Ottawa!" Also Paul McCartney performed the original "Happy Birthday" (also known as "Happy Birthday to You") written in 1893 by Patti & Mildred J. Hill for Ringo Starr's birthday after "Maybe I'm Amazed" and before "I've Just Seen a Face." I was surprised that Paul wouldn't have done his "Birthday" instead. I am guessing he choose not to because he added both "Michelle" for the Francophone and "Mull of Kintyre" for the Anglophones in the Ottawa crowd. Due to the addition of all three of those songs and including the Jimi Hendrix "Foxey Lady" jam at the end of "Let Me Roll It," that was the most songs I've ever seen McCartney perform at one concert 42!
  3. Thanks Velvet, I hope your gig goes well.
  4. TimmyB

    TURF talk

    I hope TURF is successful so that it continues in Toronto for years to come. Unfortunately I was unable to attend any of the days this year, but there is always next year.
  5. Anybody else going to see Furthur at Cooperstown on July 14th? I can't wait to walk around the Baseball Hall of Fame with a bunch of deadheads before the doors open for the gig!
  6. I can't wait for this gig! I'll be at the Toronto date.
  7. It took Neil Young & Crazy Horse to get me to attend the Greenbelt Harvest Picnic. Whatever has been said about this nice little festival in Dundas being a family event, I believe Crazy Horse will destroy that atmosphere. At least by the time the Crazy Horse gear is being set up. SMELL THE HORSE ON THIS ONE!
  8. This is on the same day as Bruce Hornsby in Toronto.
  9. I should probably buy a ticket for this before it sells out.
  10. Great photos! I was happy with what will likely be my last Rolling Stones gig. I was happy to get no special guest when it meant we got Mick Taylor for 3 songs, especially on "Can't You Hear Me Knocking!"
  11. How was Mickey Hart a dickhead instead of just a deadhead at Hillside last year?
  12. I also want to go to this moe. gig, but need to wait and see what else gets announced around that time. Maybe I see moe. two years in a row in Toronto and maybe I won't.
  13. Hello Old Friends, I haven't been on here in a while and I wanted to check in. I'm heading up to Ottawa tomorrow to see Paul McCartney on Sunday and I felt I should see who from the National Capital Region on this good old message board will also be attending the gig? It'll be sweet seeing McCartney perform for the first time in Ottawa and on Ringo Starr's birthday! As Ringo always says, Peace and Love!
  14. I checked and responded. Sorry for the late reply, I was at Paul McCartney in Detroit last night. Peace, Tim
  15. I am trying to unload a pair of tickets for: An Evening with Gillian Welch The Phoenix Concert Theatre Mon Jul 25, 2011 7:00 PM The pair came to $69.50 OBO I'm willing to split the pair and sell them as singles. PM me if you're interested. Peace, Tim
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