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  1. Mike and his guitars.

    Thanks for the link! Just finished watching. What a great documentary, loved every minute of it. the Show kept me from working, but that was well worth it. Mike is one of the very best guitar players out there, as Tom was one of the best songwriters. It is so sad, we won't hear any new stuff by this perfect matching duo. Makes me think about how many songs will forever be unwritten.
  2. Prayers for Tom Petty - 1950-2017

    Missing him the most on sundays...
  3. Tributes and covers from peers and writers

    Have you heard Ron Blair singing Down South? Fantastic version! Didn't know, Ron had such a great and unique voice. Hope he will continue singing. Love it!
  4. Steve Ferrone: Six or seven albums to come

    They should start right away with Wildflowers Hoping for more studio stuff as well. Can't imagine, they'll put out 5 live albums...
  5. http://www.kesq.com/news/top-stories/exclusive-longtime-drummer-of-tom-petty-shares-experience-with-late-frontman/707682212
  6. You Wreck Me, was it a hit? And other questions.

    You Wreck Me reached #2 of the US Billboard Mainstream Rock Charts but didn't make it into the Billboard Hot 100.
  7. New Tom Petty book

    If anyone reads it, please tell me, what you think of it. I find it quite interesting, but shipping to Germany is more expensive than the book itself.
  8. I Feel Like A Forgotten Song

    Agree. I also LOVE Climb That Hill. Always wanted to hear that one live. Never happened, did IT?
  9. Coroner's Report/Petty Family Update

    Interesting read. Thanks for Posting.
  10. Stevie Nicks remembers TP

  11. Prayers for Tom Petty - 1950-2017

    Still so unreal somehow...
  12. Wildflowers Re-Issue & Tour

    Any news on this one? Last thing I read, was this here in David Fricke's Rolling Stone article "Remembering Tom Petty": One of the projects that had been put on hold when Petty died was an expanded reissue of Wildflowers – all of the tracks for the intended double album plus additional, unreleased songs – followed by a tour showcasing Petty's breakthrough writing on that record. "That would have been smaller-scale, away from the hits," Campbell says. But "plans for that somehow evolved into 'It's the 40th year. Let's do this tour first.' "
  13. Not sure, if this popped up here already, but it was new to me. Mike Campbell talking about Tom Petty after his death.
  14. All The Rest article from Rolling Stone

    20 Songs...great!! But DECEMBER???