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  • shoebox50

    shoebox50 Naperville, IL, United States

    cant wait to get funky with the birthday girl!:D

    cant wait to get funky with the birthday girl!biggrin

  • Donald Fagen

    Donald Fagen Mount Prospect, IL, United States

    I'm ready for some James Brown!!

    I'm ready for some James Brown!!

  • davestewart1969

    davestewart1969

    Great job with Sgt. Pepper and MMT! Copernicus Center is great for major productions, but don't lose the up close and personal feel of smaller venues for other kinds of tributes.

    Great job with Sgt. Pepper and MMT! Copernicus Center is great for major productions, but don't lose the up close and personal feel of smaller venues for other kinds of tributes.

  • Margomccombs

    Margomccombs Inverness,, IL

    Loved the show last night -10-13..amazing talent you all have...seemed like major fun for you & we will be looking forward to seeing you again. Feel like we discovered "gold" or "golden music"!

    Loved the show last night -10-13..amazing talent you all have...seemed like major fun for you & we will be looking forward to seeing you again.
    Feel like we discovered "gold" or "golden music"!

  • vnamvnam

    vnamvnam WEST CHICAGO

    SAW YOU GUYS LAST NITE GREAT CSNY SHOW.NEIL YOUNG SONGS YOUR OUTSTANDING.HOW ABOUT A NEIL YOUNG SHOW?

    SAW YOU GUYS LAST NITE GREAT CSNY SHOW.NEIL YOUNG SONGS YOUR OUTSTANDING.HOW ABOUT A NEIL YOUNG SHOW?

  • biopiate65

    biopiate65 Prairie Arts center

    I chose to bring my wife and two adult daughters to hear CS&N for my 65th birthday celebration. Wow! First time hearing you and we'll be back. The joy of the band lifted the perfect harmonies and superb musicianship, carrying the audience away in wooden ships(with strings). My experience was augmented by my daily SCORE listening experience with Spiegs that spans his radio career. A great gift!

    I chose to bring my wife and two adult daughters to hear CS&N for my 65th birthday celebration. Wow! First time hearing you and we'll be back. The joy of the band lifted the perfect harmonies and superb musicianship, carrying the audience away in wooden ships(with strings). My experience was augmented by my daily SCORE listening experience with Spiegs that spans his radio career. A great gift!

  • lw

    lw Chicago

    The British Invasion of the 80's - Clash, Cure, Tears for Fears, Billy Idol, etc...:)

    The British Invasion of the 80's - Clash, Cure, Tears for Fears, Billy Idol, etc...smile

  • Qrts06

    Qrts06 United States

    Still digesting how good your show was from last night performing The Who part 2 ten year anniversary show. I'm ready for Part 3. Hope it doesn't take another 10 yrs. Here is the "all new" playlist for another Who show. 1) Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere 2) New Song 3) Long Live Rock 4) Bargain 5) 1921 6) I'm Free 7) Tommy Can You Hear Me 8) Legal Matter 9) Call Me Lightning 10) I'm A Boy 11) Let's See Action 12) Join Together 13) Athena 14) Overture 15) The Real Me 16) The Punk and Godfather 17) Doctor Jimmy 18) Won't Get Fooled Again

    Still digesting how good your show was from last night performing The Who part 2 ten year anniversary show. I'm ready for Part 3. Hope it doesn't take another 10 yrs. Here is the "all new" playlist for another Who show.

    1) Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere
    2) New Song
    3) Long Live Rock
    4) Bargain
    5) 1921
    6) I'm Free
    7) Tommy Can You Hear Me
    8) Legal Matter
    9) Call Me Lightning
    10) I'm A Boy
    11) Let's See Action
    12) Join Together
    13) Athena
    14) Overture
    15) The Real Me
    16) The Punk and Godfather
    17) Doctor Jimmy
    18) Won't Get Fooled Again

  • Laszlo Prawn

    Laszlo Prawn Chicago

    Three hours of flawlessly performed Steely Dan songs is an extraordinary accomplishment. And to have pulled it off with such apparent ease and confidence is just scary. I'm not a stickler for musicians playing exact note-for-note copies of solos -- in fact I think it is sort of "lame". But the solos in Steely Dan songs are such well composed and inspired gems. Not to mention tricky as a sonofabitch to nail. And nail them they did, whether they were those iconic guitar solos or Wayne Shorter's sax solo in Aja or Steve Gads explosive drumming during the outdo of that same song. This was a set designed with real hard core Dan fans in mind: Caves of Altamira, Babylon Sisters, Haitian Divorce, Night By Night, Pretzel Logic, Home At Last, Third World Man even Dr. Wu and Your Gold Teeth for Christ's sake! Green Earings was one of the most thrilling things I have seen performed on stage in years. It takes a remarkable degree of musicianship to get the complex feels of these tunes down so tight. If I were the drummer in this band and some idiot said, Hey, let's do Steely Dan!" I would have instantly dried up like a tumble weed and blown away. But this guy just hit it out of the park. They all did. Even the patches and effects were precise. Would I have liked to hear Bodhisattva or FM or Kid Charlemagne? Sure. Three hours of some of the most complex and challenging music in rock. what a great time! i loved it.. and I hate everything.

    Three hours of flawlessly performed Steely Dan songs is an extraordinary accomplishment. And to have pulled it off with such apparent ease and confidence is just scary. I'm not a stickler for musicians playing exact note-for-note copies of solos -- in fact I think it is sort of "lame". But the solos in Steely Dan songs are such well composed and inspired gems. Not to mention tricky as a sonofabitch to nail. And nail them they did, whether they were those iconic guitar solos or Wayne Shorter's sax solo in Aja or Steve Gads explosive drumming during the outdo of that same song.

    This was a set designed with real hard core Dan fans in mind: Caves of Altamira, Babylon Sisters, Haitian Divorce, Night By Night, Pretzel Logic, Home At Last, Third World Man even Dr. Wu and Your Gold Teeth for Christ's sake! Green Earings was one of the most thrilling things I have seen performed on stage in years.

    It takes a remarkable degree of musicianship to get the complex feels of these tunes down so tight. If I were the drummer in this band and some idiot said, Hey, let's do Steely Dan!" I would have instantly dried up like a tumble weed and blown away. But this guy just hit it out of the park. They all did. Even the patches and effects were precise.

    Would I have liked to hear Bodhisattva or FM or Kid Charlemagne? Sure. Three hours of some of the most complex and challenging music in rock. what a great time! i loved it.. and I hate everything.

  • feber16

    feber16 Chicago, Illinois

    I'd love to see a show covering XTC, Tears for Fears and/or Coldplay.

    I'd love to see a show covering XTC, Tears for Fears and/or Coldplay.

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