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24 days ago
Rockmummy
I shall be quite contrary. I love the sound of show. Even though it's a school night I hope head up to the London show. It's even worth getting a babysitter for it ( yes, some of us still have school age kids!).
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4 weeks ago
Rockmummy
No I'm just greedy Mick! Danny Vaughn is my favourite singer and I can't get enough of his live performances.
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5 weeks ago
Rockmummy
So sad that there was no London or South of England date.Still I saw them earlier in the year at Southampton. Musn't be greedy!
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3 months ago
Rockmummy
Tyketto supporting White Lion were the first band that sprung to mind when I saw this title. They were amazing!
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3 months ago
Rockmummy
Almost Saturday Night - The Georgia Satellites ( John Fogerty, that man has written some great songs!) Da Do Ron Ron was a track by the Crystals. Think they were from Phil Spector's Wall of Sound.
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3 months ago
Rockmummy
We had tickets for London. I feel the same way. Not yet if ever!
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3 months ago
Rockmummy
Heartbroken! Wonderful singer and a really nice guy.
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5 months ago
Rockmummy
They were great. Saw them about eight years ago at Hyde Park and they were truely dreadful. Was very concerned this time but needn't have been. Great fun!
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9 months ago
Rockmummy
Went to Southampton on Tuesday. I too can only echo what previous posters have said. All three bands were amazing. Bought the Documentally Yours DVD by Tyketto. Anyone who has been in a band or dated anyone who has been in a band, local or famous, will easily identify with the craziness in between the rehearsals etc. Great fun!
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9 months ago
Rockmummy
Don't Stop Believin' - Journey Starlight- Slash featuring Myles Kennedy End of the Summer Days - Tyketto Lily of the Valley - Queen The '59 Sound - The Gaslight Anthem I Alone - Live Thunder Road - Bruce Springsteen Runaway Train - Soul Asylum Low Life in High Places- Thunder Heart Broke and Busted- Magnum. So many more songs I could have included from Cheap Trick, Survivor, FM, Littl
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10 months ago
Rockmummy
Love them. Seen them a few times and am very much looking forward to seeing them again. Not to mention new music!
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1 year ago
Rockmummy
My son saw BVB in Feb when he was 9 and loved them. Hope you son enjoys his first rock gig. Hopefully set him on the right path musically!
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1 year ago
Rockmummy
I keep thinking about his poor victims. They are going to be damaged for life. I hope they get all the support they need to begin their recovery. I wish them a brighter future.
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1 year ago
Rockmummy
I shall be interested in my son's view of the album as it's the first band he has liked without us introducing them to him. Also am taking him to see them in Feb too so I hope it's bearable!
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2 years ago
Rockmummy
We were there too. Thought they were amazing.
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2 years ago
Rockmummy
See you in Southampton!
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2 years ago
Rockmummy
Indeed! I will always remember the only time I ever saw White Lion. Tyketto were support and needless to say Mike Tramp paled into insignificance after Danny Vaughn's stellar performance.
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2 years ago
Rockmummy
Danger Danger Tyketto Gotthard Stage Dolls Robin Beck. An absolutely amazing weekend!
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2 years ago
Rockmummy
It was a great set and closed the weekend on a huge high. Roll on next year!
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2 years ago
Rockmummy
I'll third that!
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2 years ago
Rockmummy
Love'em.Seeing them at Brixton tomorrow and looking forward to it! Also like the Hold Steady but not as much as hubby does. Still a good band though.
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2 years ago
Rockmummy
DVDs here too.Sounds good though. Am looking forward to it!
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2 years ago
Rockmummy
The stage show was much better. The story flowed better although still full of cliches!
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2 years ago
Rockmummy
Alright Now by Free on it's second release in 1973. Still an brilliant song. Also loved the glam rock stuff of Slade and the Sweet, not to mention Mott the Hoople and Queen. A great era for music for me.
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2 years ago
Rockmummy
ARFM, Steve Price's show on Sat and Sun night (6 til 9 UK time). I have discovered some amazing stuff through listening to Steve (not to mention winning some Nightranger tickets when they played London a while back!)
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2 years ago
Rockmummy
I love this band's music but they always disappoint me live. Won't let myself get sucked in again. Rob Thomas is a great song writer but his voice doesn't stand up live.
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2 years ago
Rockmummy
In my experience it quite often happens at this time of the year. Dates are planned before but not announced until after festival appearances so the festival tickets sell.
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2 years ago
Rockmummy
Am with you on this too. Saved the lives of many members of my family so can't complain.
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2 years ago
Rockmummy
Queen without a doubt. I was 12 when A Night at the Opera came out and I was hooked. Fell for Springsteen and Tom Petty in the following few years. Whitesnake, UFO and Rainbow as the 80s began and then I ceased to be a teenager.
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2 years ago
Rockmummy
I too love the acoustic version too. I think it gets close to the pathos of the subject matter better than the album version. I too have to wait until July but thanks for the review. So glad you had a good time.
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