Your Last Concert (or two)

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  1. ScramMan2

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    Aug 8, 2017, McMenamins Crystal Ballroom, Portland OR

    Goldcap
    Lucent Dossier Experience
    Rob Garza
     
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    August 11, 2017, McMenamins Edgefield, Troutdale OR

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    Aug 12, 2017, McMenamins Crystal Ballroom, Portland OR

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    July Talk
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    Agreed... saw him in St. Louis during this tour a few weeks ago; great stuff. Lyle's an American Treasure...
     
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    Anyone else going to see Lyle and his Large Band tomorrow in Charlottesville?

    Yeah, that Charlottesville—just a couple of blocks down the mall from where Heather Heyer was killed. :angel:
     
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    I've seen Lyle five times. Once he was mearly great and the other four times, he was fantastic!

    This past Sunday, we saw:

    Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience
    Cheap Trick
    Foreigner

    Very good show. I had little doubt the fake Jimmy Page would be great but had a bit of concern over the fake Robert Plant. He was pretty modern, but pretty good. Overall it was a very energetic performance that was a bit better than I expected.

    The members of Cheap Trick are getting there in years (aren't we all?) but I've seen them each of the last three years and they have put on a great show every time and the young folks always seem to enjoy them.

    The fake Lou Gramm was quite the showman and did a fine job on vocals as well as in getting the crowd involved. They had two guitarists in addition to founder Mick Jones. Mick's tone was always great... raw and slightly polished. Very inspiring.

    Overall, a good night.
     

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