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| posted on 9/13/2005 at 11:09 PM|
|Great show, and Warren WAS THERE.......|
[Edited on 9/14/2005 by watkinsglen1973]
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| posted on 9/14/2005 at 06:10 AM|
|When I met Jack Pearson last Saturday night he said that Warren lives in New York.|
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| posted on 9/14/2005 at 07:41 AM|
Eatin' a Peach
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| posted on 9/14/2005 at 08:37 AM|
|Awe, man! I'm bummin' because I didn't go, but I'm glad he felt well (?) enough to show! More details please, like maybe a setlist? Thanks.|
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| posted on 9/14/2005 at 09:02 AM|
|In no specific order: about 2hrs total|
Don't want you know more
>cross to bear
don't keep me wonderin'
black hearted woman
>long awesome drums>bass>bhw
woman across the river
one way out (encore)
I was proud and shocked that the place was packed despite Skynyrd's cancellation. I'm originally from York, PA and I didn't expect that a lot of people would GET the current ABB. The setlist was pretty acceptable for the casual fan as well as those who see the band regularly. Warren showed no signs of illness and sounded great, as did the entire band. Thought the venue sound was really good from my spot. The floor seats were WAY TOO CLOSE together. Had to move to the back of the floor to breathe.
Despite the beerless venue a brawl still broke out at the back of the floor prior to the Allmans set. Caught last half of 38 Special. Pretty 80s act, but in all honesty, they were vocally and musically tight and high energy. Can't fault them for still going out and making a living 25 years after their heyday. Actually probably better then the current Skynyrd lineup.
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| posted on 9/14/2005 at 09:38 AM|
|Thanks for the revue.|
I'm sorry I had to sell my tickets, but couldn't get a babaysitter!
Funny about those floor seats....when I bought tix via the box office phone line, the woman recommended the Plaza over the track (floor) - she said it was way too cramped down on the track.
Maybe they ought to consider rearranging things a little bit....