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    R.J., I was at a few of those shows. Cheap trick, the Nuge in the Stanley Theater. Then tons of shows @ the igloo (Civic arena) with the retractable roof. Only was in it once when they had it open though.

    Frustrating when the shirts ended up costing more than the tickets. $12 to see the show and $15 for the shirt. Going to shows is much more expensive nowadays...too expensive unless you have an "in"...
     
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    :hello: Cheapest tickets nowadays is well over $100. Screw that. I forgot about the Civic Arena. I don't know how because I took a wiz over the wall at a parking garage and a motorcycle cop was down below. :laughing7:. I just missed him and his bike. :laughing7:. Then I grabbed a fire hose and threw it over the side of the wall and I was going to shimmy down it. My Wifes Brother stopped me. My Wife didn't go to that Concert. See always kept me in check. :laughing7:. Still does.
     
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    :hello: 87KAWZL: We very rarely bought T shirts at Concerts. We'ed rather spend the money on beer and a bottle of Jack. Back then our choice of beer was Genesee. It's funny the price of T shirts are still $15 to $20 but the Concert tickets are $100 to $200. I forgot about Fleetwood Mac. We seen them at the Civic Arena. That was the night I asked my Wife to get Married (1983). I spent my whole UPS months pay ($800) on the ring. :laughing7:. Because of our Engagement Rumours is my #1 all time favorite LP. ____________________________________
     
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    RJ, you haven't been to a show in a while... inflation hit the shirts too. $40-50 tee shirts and 60-65 sweatshirts.

    Today's choice Van Halen self titled....aaahhh... Eruption! Come on! It don't get any better than that!
     
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    Link...!
     
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    :hello: The last Concert that we went to was Bob Seger. 38 Special opened for them. It was sometime in early 1985. No damn way would I never pay $50 for a freaking T shirt.
     
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    :hello: Select only one. :laughing7:.
     
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    I have some decent seats for an upcoming MCR concert
     
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    :hello: Who is that?
     
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    Album Renegade then!
    But why can't we start a new thread or section for music where people post links e.t.c. to help others, I played Music 4 a whole day on Tuesday, loud n' boy did it blow the blues away!
     
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    MCR = My Chemical Romance
    :thumbsup:

    Today's favorite:
    Jim Croce
    Photographs and Memories - his greatest hits

    His song, More than that tommorow is a great deep cut that's not on that album but worth a listen if you've never heard it.



    I'm all over the place with what genre music I'm into.
     
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    :hello: Jim Croce. Tim in a Bottle. You ever wonder why a lot of these old classic songs have no video. In the 70s I liked even some Disco music and Soul.
     
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    RIP Mr. Bill Withers
    He made some great music.
     
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    :hello: ZZ Top. Sharp Dressed Man.
     
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    :hello: Steppenwolf. Magic Carpet Ride. .
     

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