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Rob Not Bob

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  1. Best festival I have ever attended. Opening with Steve Earle/Kaleo/TTB, closing with Whitehorse/Terra Lightfoot/The Decemberists, Ani DiFranco and David Byrne in between, Gene Clark Tribute was sublime and Humble Pie rocked the house. An incredible way to close out the music festival season for me.
  2. Echoing existing sentiment, but the show that completely blindsided me was Lighthouse. After great sets by Town Cryers and Eat A Peach, I was figuring I would stay for 2 songs and check out. Stayed for the whole set and was blow away by the musicianship and energy. They mentioned next year would be their 50th anniversary, I hope they can make it back for one of the festivals.
  3. Humble Pie cinched it for me ...
  4. One less stage this year, kind of anxious to see what the site configuration turns out to be.
  5. I can see Sturgill Simpson being the alternate stage headliner, as in he goes on at 8:00 on the Claridge Homes stage before Beck goes on at the main stage.
  6. Yeah, I could easily see Greta Van Fleet opening up.
  7. If there's no conflict, I will check out Hanson.
  8. Am I the only one who remembers the Breit Brothers as a band? I seem to recall the keyboard playing brother being a pretty good singer. (They had a great cover of "Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing" on a Neil Young tribute album.)
  9. Given that the DMB tour doesn't start until the Summer, they have a bit of time to find at least a touring replacement. Jethro Tull is basically Ian Anderson and his solo band, with no other past Tull members. The artist listing on the BluesFest website now has it as Ian Anderson Presents : Jethro Tull 50th Anniversary Tour.
  10. Huey Lewis was on Live And Dangerous by Thin Lizzy, and also dedicated an award he won to Phil Lynott shortly after Phil's passing, so he gets a free pass for life from me.
  11. Incredibly generous. Always friendly. Sly sense of humour. I'm still kind of in shock.
  12. Been meaning to check them out for a while now.
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