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Melvin has something going. He should make this line up permanent. Phish sucks. Their fans don’t respect people or music. I watched a dude touch my lady up hard through the crowd to have a him and a buddy. Wiggle finger clap about it. Got taught a real lesson in patience last night. But serious who celebrates sexual harassment with their buddy. That’s how gang rape happens. 

 

Phish sucks and their fans should stay out of beonkeys 

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42 minutes ago, Mason's Child said:

Melvin has something going. He should make this line up permanent. Phish sucks. Their fans don’t respect people or music. I watched a dude touch my lady up hard through the crowd to have a him and a buddy. Wiggle finger clap about it. Got taught a real lesson in patience last night. But serious who celebrates sexual harassment with their buddy. That’s how gang rape happens. 

 

Phish sucks and their fans should stay out of beonkeys 

Going to see Melvin w/JK in Oct.

Never been to Phish...no regrets obviously 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, 2muchfun said:

Going to see Melvin w/JK in Oct.

Never been to Phish...no regrets obviously 

 

 

 

 

I enjoyed phish. Their light setup was off the charts. Sound quality fantastic too. Their sound wasn’t shitty like deadcos sound. It was like Dso quality on a larger scale. They have this insane snake lighting that creates an effect like the stage is turning side to side. Almost fell over twice literally. I still don’t see how deadco has such muddled sound. Of the 12 or so shows I always leave with a wtf is their board guy doing. Jrad also has sound that I’m not a fan of. It’s like if you use one of those live theater sound filters at home. It’s this hollow audience taps effect. I love what they do musically but the sound shouldn’t be fucked with like their board operator does. Dso puts out this crisp sound where the cymbals and high hats are crystal and JRAD goes so heavy midrange you can barely hear his high hats. That’s what made Betty boards so special. The cymbals were so clear it was like you were next to the drum kit. 

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Happy Friday Darkstar forum,

 

Going to see Melvin W/ JK this Sunday at the Atomic Cowboy in St.Louis.  Going to be a outside show. Can's wait and the second best part is we are off work on Monday!!!  Yahoo!! Will give up date on show.

Have a great and safe Labor day weekend everybody...  

  

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InDead Nation at the Still in Timonium, MD.

 

Three sets of Dead/JGB goodness.

 

Shakedown, West LA, OMSN highlights.

 

Good warm up for Boulder.

 

Praise DSO.

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Better off dead.

 

All the hits in 1set.  Free outdoor fun - I was about the only dancin really goin on but no matter.  Got what I needed...

 

see you phreaks in Boulder town....❤️

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JRAD 

the met 

9/26/19

 

Scary woods intro-> 

LIG

Crazy Finger Til the Morning Comes Brother Esau ( Frampton reverb pedal) 

-Here comes ☀️ 

 

Atlantic City 

HSF

lost Saint 

TN Jed

.....

Baby Blue 

 

face melting  

 

called crazy fingers during let it grow  💪🏼

Skips Bass on stage-

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30 minutes ago, PoetryGirl said:

JRAD 

the met 

9/26/19

 

Scary woods intro-> 

LIG

Crazy Finger Til the Morning Comes Brother Esau ( Frampton reverb pedal) 

-Here comes ☀️ 

 

Atlantic City 

HSF

lost Saint 

TN Jed

.....

Baby Blue 

 

face melting  

 

called crazy fingers during let it grow  💪🏼

Skips Bass on stage-

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Looks like you had a great time based on the half a setlist posted. The more songs forgot the better. Having to drive post show I was only missing 1 song 😂

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The Last Time... I didn’t cheat. It came to me.

 

The last time I saw that song and Lost Saints;  well it was all over baby blue. 

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Last time and first time I saw JRAD was at Penns Peak in May ....and didn’t like it.

a collegial forced a ticket on me last week

i struggled with the decision last night of driving into city, parking, work the next day....but I went.  And LOVED it. 

I’ve been back-mind singing Baby Blue all day....they celebrated playing Franklins tower with smoke and blowing confetti all over the audience. Apparently they took a hiatus from the Slip knot/help/FT trifecta and skipped the FT.. the people around loved it.

Now I wish I had a ticket for tonight.

have fun tonight J&J  

 

 

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Lost Frogs at VFW Post 350 in

Takoma Park, MD.

A 30 year reunion show of a 

band created by some college

friends many years ago.

Faces from the past gathered.

Franklin's, Cumberland, Shakedown

Dead highlights.

They mashed a Can't Always Get 

What You Want, and closed with

Long May You Run.

Quite a night among old friends.

 

Praise DSO.

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On 9/27/2019 at 6:57 PM, LIkeEveryOne said:

Last time and first time I saw JRAD was at Penns Peak in May ....and didn’t like it.

a collegial forced a ticket on me last week

i struggled with the decision last night of driving into city, parking, work the next day....but I went.  And LOVED it. 

I’ve been back-mind singing Baby Blue all day....they celebrated playing Franklins tower with smoke and blowing confetti all over the audience. Apparently they took a hiatus from the Slip knot/help/FT trifecta and skipped the FT.. the people around loved it.

Now I wish I had a ticket for tonight.

have fun tonight J&J  

 

 

 

As a fan the more dead the better is my motto. JRAD is the easiest sold out ticket to get as so many New Yorkers buy 4 packs the second they go on sale and then dump them on CashorTrade when plans don’t come together. CashorTrade is the spot for JRAD, Panic and phish. Deadco tix just sit b/c no one wants to buy $250 face Tix 

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Friday night JRAD Terrapin Suite was just lovely! I had the whole top tier in front of the bar to dance from 40 ft one end to the other without a sacrifice of sound as it turn downwards and back from the vaulted ceiling. 

 

Glad you had a good show. The crowd can be a little rough though. Glad for the crowd last night at the Anthem. It was packed but just a lovely space. 

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On 8/29/2019 at 3:02 PM, Mason's Child said:

Melvin has something going. He should make this line up permanent. Phish sucks. Their fans don’t respect people or music. I watched a dude touch my lady up hard through the crowd to have a him and a buddy. Wiggle finger clap about it. Got taught a real lesson in patience last night. But serious who celebrates sexual harassment with their buddy. That’s how gang rape happens. 

 

Phish sucks and their fans should stay out of beonkeys 

 

This is a crappy story and I’m sorry to hear it.

 

But Phish has a lot fans, and some of them are kynd people.

 

Stereotyping is rarely accurate.

 

 

Glad that you didn’t sink yourself to the level of someone who clearly doesn’t have respect for others.  That can be very difficult to deal with.

 

Peace, MC.

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Last night’s JRAD show at the Anthem in total was my favorite of the 8 shows I’ve seen of theirs. BYW  Cream Puff War is the perfect DC song capturing the insanity of  what governmental issues seem to center upon. .

 

don’t get me wrong —— I had fun——- but not as much fun as with my dancing DSO peeps! You all know how to get down and have some dance party fun. 💕

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"Stella Blue" by Holly Bowling on a big grand piano just about ten feet in front of me last night in a small "City Winery" venue.  That young lady amaizes me how she can play. 

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Holly is really talented!  Love to see her sit in with a complete band and go nuts.  Dark Star and Playin would be great places to start..

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InDead Nation at the Rec Room in Towson, MD.

 

The first Friday of every month at the Rec Room.

 

Outdoor Back Bar, two sets, great fun, great people.

 

Plenty of Julie Andrews space.

 

Praise DSO.

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Ardmore music hall, PA

Melvin Seals and JGB (JK on guitar)

10/16/2019

 

Set 1

Lonesome and a Long Way From Home

Love in the Afternoon

Stop That Train

After Midnight

Eleanor Rigby

Black Muddy River

Evangeline

Scarlet Begonias

Tangled up in Blue

 

Set 2

Merl's Tune

Knockin' on Heaven's Door

Ain't no Bread in the Breadbox

Russian Lullaby

Gotta Serve Somebody

My Sisters and Brothers

Deal

 

**Opening band was MoonAlice with the T-Sisters. Didn't know much about them only that Big Steve from the Dead rolls with them.  They were tight.  The T-Sisters were worth the price of admission, very easy on the eyes and had great melodies.  See for yourself

 

 

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2 hours ago, Billy DeLyon said:

Ardmore music hall, PA

Melvin Seals and JGB (JK on guitar)

10/16/2019

 

Set 1

Lonesome and a Long Way From Home

Love in the Afternoon

Stop That Train

After Midnight

Eleanor Rigby

Black Muddy River

Evangeline

Scarlet Begonias

Tangled up in Blue

 

Set 2

Merl's Tune

Knockin' on Heaven's Door

Ain't no Bread in the Breadbox

Russian Lullaby

Gotta Serve Somebody

My Sisters and Brothers

Deal

 

**Opening band was MoonAlice with the T-Sisters. Didn't know much about them only that Big Steve from the Dead rolls with them.  They were tight.  The T-Sisters were worth the price of admission, very easy on the eyes and had great melodies.  See for yourself

 

 

 

That's a great setlist- in my hometown no less. Never hurts to have that Russian Lullaby in there...love in the afternoon...eleanor Rigby

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10-25-19 JGB with John k. Killed it in Asheville tonight! This band still has the juice. The dear prudence was sublime. 

 

Road runner

Wonderful world

Struggling man

gammorah

Tore up

Birdsong

Proud Mary

 

Can't find my way home....

Cats down under the stars

Evangeline

Sitting here in limbo

You know you gotta Serve Somebody

Dear prudence

Sisters and brothers!!!!

Midnight moonlight

 

Packed house on a rainy, foggy, 50 degree Friday night. Ashevegas crowd did not dissapoint. Thank you band and crew. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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InDead Nation at the Still in Timonium, MD.

 

Three set Halloween Party, many dressed up, I did not.

 

Closed first set with Werewolves and keeping with the

JGB plays, got Midnight Moonlight and Tangled.

 

They crushed an Althea mid third set and closed 

with Brokedown>WBYGN.

 

Praise DSO.

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On 10/26/2019 at 5:05 AM, gr8fulpair said:

10-25-19 JGB with John k. Killed it in Asheville tonight! This band still has the juice. The dear prudence was sublime. 

 

Wonderful show with a C & K and Sue...interesting venue with lots of outside space along with tents and a large fire pit.  I hope to revisit this place for other shows.      " Can't find my way home...." was my favorite of the evening.  

Peace and Love,

Doc

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