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3 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
As a big fan of contemporary blues, Stranger is right up my alley. Love it.
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16 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
QuoteLook how quickly things fel lapart once he got in. This senile old bastard has ruined America. How to tell everyone you're in a cult without actually announcing that you're in a cult.
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19 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
QuoteWhat is desperately sad is the rebublicunt/Alt Right supporters baying like demented seals at the orange crotch goblin's absurd utterances. How the crooked bastard isn't already in prison is a disgrace - alongside his repulsive offspring. Defending the vile sack of shit is a reprehensible act in itself - cheering him on makes you a complete and utter cunt yourself! That about covers it.
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20 days ago
Doug Wolfgang
If the Vikings can bump off the Cowboys this weekend I will start believing that this could really be their year.
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5 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
It literally sounds like she has a bad head cold on this tune. The song itself is dull as dishwater.
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5 weeks ago
Doug Wolfgang
Kenny Wayne Shepherd Shinedown Tedeschi Trucks Band Lyle Lovett/John Hiatt Greta Van Fleet Up Next: Joe Bonamassa Steve Vai
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
I really enjoyed that show. I wonder if there are plans to revive it?
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2 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
It's pretty bland by historic Ozzy standards but the man is 73. I'm just glad he's still alive and active. Looking forward to his halftime performance at the NFL opener on Thursday night.
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3 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
American Love Story was fantastic. Great music and a great commentary on modern-day America. One of my favorites since Left Of Self Centered. Glenn isn't a patch on ALS for me. Not impressed with the first couple of listens at all. I have tickets to see him on the opening show of the tour. First time seeing him for me. I'm really hoping the show isn't heavy with the boring Glenn material.
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3 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
It appears that he is literally bolted down to the stage. Near the end, you can see his feet are strapped into some sort of device to keep him upright as he bobs up and down. Miming or not, it's a miracle he was able to pull this off in his apparently fragile state of health.
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4 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
They played one block from me last month. I literally couldn't be bothered to cross the street to see that shit.
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4 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
Vic Johnson holds Sammy back, IMO. His sound and playing are boring AF. For a guy who has played with several guitar legends, his choice to keep this guy around as his personal lead player is rather baffling. He clearly contributes very little in the songwriting department either.
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4 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
Ticketchapster is playing the "platinum seating" game here in America as well. I believe the artist has to agree to sign on.
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4 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
Is Jimi Bell now out of the fold?
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4 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
Saw them a few months back. It was an ok show, not spectacular. I wasn't offended or damaged by his attempted interaction with the crowd. It's a bit more than other acts but not any sort of deal breaker for me.
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4 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
I don't think he's done himself any sort of favor by keeping Vic Johnson around as his primary guitar player. The guy's playing is incredibly boring and bland. I'm not even comparing him to the guitar legends Sammy has paired with in his career...he is simply mundane. I have no idea if he contributes as a songwriter but I've never heard anything he's been a part of that impressed me.
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4 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
The Journey cult is strong.
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4 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
I like Skid Row. I like Erik as a vocalist. These songs are forgettable garbage. Those cover tunes he did on Youtube were more enjoyable.
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4 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
One of my earliest concert experiences was the Grand Illusion tour. The bar was set quite high as a result.
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4 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
There aren't more than a couple dozen people on planet Earth who could name anyone who has been in Foreigner past Mick and Lou.
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5 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
QuoteFor me "Where Did I Lose Your Love" is a wonderful song. I would include it in any compilation of the best of Journey 100% and I would rate The Place In Your Heart in a similar manner.
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5 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
As anyone who has followed her on Facebook can attest, Marcie is a full-on cult member.
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5 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
I'm guessing this must be her 'artistic' way of mourning the "stolen election" for her dear fuhrer.
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5 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
Never has there been such a fine rock vocalist who has desperately needed a great songwriting collaborator.
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5 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
Bloodline was a very well-recorded record. Unless it includes some bonus material, I don't think it needed a reworking.
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5 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
Nothing GOOD can come of it because Joe Perry hasn't written a decent tune in about 25 years.
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5 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
They have always been about cartoonish, Kabuki theater. Their fans don't care about shit like this.
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6 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
QuoteLike it or hate it, they've found a formula to appeal to a wide range of people. They found the "formula" 40 years ago...and this record isn't that. People are streaming it just to try it out based on the band's legacy. It doesn't exctly amount to a rave review by the masses.
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6 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
Surprised that Lynch wasn't included in the making of the record since he and Don are touring together this summer.
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6 months ago
Doug Wolfgang
That Bloodline record was fantastic featuring the sons of Sammy Hagar, Berry Oakley, Robbie Kreiger, Miles Davis, and Bonamassa. After one record the other guys didn't care for Bonamassa's style and wanted to move on without him...which really worked out well...for Joe.
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