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  1. 2017 Tour Trail - memories, pics, songs played

    MJ, you are correct; I hadn't noticed that until you commented. I have grown to love the covers, but it's nice to see they are (so far) taking a break from them. NOOOO, do not drop Rockin Around With You!
  2. 2017 Tour Trail - memories, pics, songs played

    Looked back on my boots collection. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I can't see them playing "Rockin' Around" since 1983. Great selection!!! I have to admit I wasn't all that excited about this tour, but I have really loved the stuff I've been able to watch so far. Crossing my fingers for a residency show in CA!
  3. Happy 40th Anniversary Tour, Farmers!

    Very excited to see "Rockin' Around with You" in the setlist!!! How many years has it been since they played that?? Loved seeing the return of the hat! I haven't listened to any of the songs with the backup singers yet, but surely they have to be better than those of the regrettable Rebelettes era.
  4. Official Therapy Dog Team/Malaika and Me

    Great news, congrats.
  5. Question of the day 3/14/17

    They're ready. We owe this year, though, so I am in no hurry to actually do the final e-file step.
  6. TPATH at BottleRock Napa Festival

    (I didn't include the entire list of bands below, but was pleased to see that The Shelters are also appearing.) http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/01/03/bottlerock-napa-valley-tom-petty-foo-fighters-maroon-5-set-for-festival/ Overall, more than 80 acts are scheduled to appear at the fifth annual festival, set for May 26-28 at the Napa Valley Expo in downtown Napa. Three-day festival passes, starting at $309, go on sale at 10 a.m. Jan. 4 at BottleRockNapaValley.com and eventbrite.com. Last year’s BottleRock was a sold-out event, featuring Stevie Wonder, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Florence + The Machine as the headliners. Here’s the 2017 lineup, the daily schedules will be announced later: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Foo Fighters Maroon 5 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Modest Mouse Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals The Roots Silversun Pickups
  7. Top 10 Live Albums

    Oh, come on..."Frampton Comes Alive" is the best live album ever.
  8. Happy New Year Farmers

    Happy new year, everyone! May 2017 be your best year ever!
  9. Question of the day 11/17/16

    Reese's peanut butter cups, no contest.
  10. Question of the day 11/8/16

    Thanks for posting this; I hadn't seen it in a while! I definitely had forgotten that MC Hammer was in it, so thanks for that info, Szafira. This song may need to make the rounds again now that Donald Trump has been elected president.
  11. Random Thoughts Thread

    Although I was rooting for Cleveland, the Cubs definitely won it fair and square. Congrats to the Cubs and the city of Chicago!
  12. Random Thoughts Thread

    I cannot believe the Vic shows were 13 years ago! Seems like yesterday! Nel, congrats to the Cubs. It's turning out to be a very interesting series so far; time will tell whose drought will end. (Sorry, but let's go Cleveland! )
  13. 2017 Tour Buzz

    ^ I hope he did! I'd love to have an excuse to return to New Orleans.
  14. Great, thanks so much! I had to miss the 1999 tour, so I've never heard this song live. I've really grown to love Echo over the years. TomFest, I agree: Howie looks awful. I remember being absolutely horrified at how bad he looked during the 2001 tour (after I hadn't seen the band for four years). RIP.
  15. Too Much Ain't Enough live in France 1980

    WOW, thanks for posting! I absolutely remember when they played this song on the 2001 tour; one of my favorite TPATH moments EVER.
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