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Discussion in 'The Buzz Box' started by SoleilSF, Oct 9, 2019 at 4:37 PM.
Yes, yes, yes!
Going to see them tonight in San Francisco.
Cool. Have fun! Hope Daltrey's pipes are all healed up.
enjoy!! its great show they are putting on for this tour
Huh? Speak louder sonny, I can't hear you.
Have a good time. I saw them 20 yrs. or so ago in Cleveland. Fun time.
What about power outage's look out for no traffic lights, Have a great time, Be safe.
And if I swallow anything evil
Put your finger down my throat
And if I shiver, please give me a blanket
Keep me warm, let me wear your coat
No one knows what it's like
To be the bad man
To be the sad man
Behind blue eyes
Eagles play at the Chace Center in San Francisco in April 2020.
Eagles play at Chase - two dates in April 2020.
They will be playing with a 46 piece orchestra and 22 person choir.
Two sets on each night:
Set 1: Hotel California album in its entirety
Set 2: Greatest hits
San Francisco is fine...
Last time I saw them was 30 years ago, August 18, 1989 - Tickets where $32.
It was not loud at all...
$32 ... I'll take one for sure
I'd love to see the Who someday but my favorite two members of the band are both dead.
Full Moon was the first rockstar biography I ever read and it made me a lifelong Keith Moon fan. And Entwistle is just great.
Daltrey sounded great. And Townsend rocked various guitars... Including acoustic
Yesterday, October 9, was both John Lennon and John Entwistle's birthday.
Definitely mentioned during the concert.
They were very loud when I saw them. Pete Townsend played in a phone booth for much of the show to save what little hearing he had left
The Who also played the concert with the full San Francisco orchestra.
So, had to be able to hear the instruments in the orchestra too.
Violin and a viola players were prominently featured in several Who songs.
Unknown Hinson plays/sings this. I’ve never heard anyone else do a cover of it.
Pete Townsend wrote it. I think Limp Bizkit did an awful cover of it in the 90s. I've heard it in original form, or covered in film scores many times.