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I caught Better offDead last night at the 8X10 in Baltimore. Pretty damn good, fun party time, great group of followers. Bertha good lovin’ opener, sweet Peggy-o, China Ryder second set opener, U S bluz  second set closer. A bunch of fun stuff in the middle. Superb so many roads. They don’t necessarily play tunes where you would expect them in the set list. Basically always elective. I’m gonna describe them as their thing is to take a tune and build and build kinda like a free bird jam but not really. Go see them to fill the void when Dark Star isn’t around. 

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Saw Billy Strings in Lexington last night. Sold out the Manchester Music Hall. Last time in Lexington he was in a small club. This time decent sized hall. Awesome show. Wish I could have gone on to Louisville tonight!

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11 hours ago, LangeradoSoul said:

Saw Billy Strings in Lexington last night. Sold out the Manchester Music Hall. Last time in Lexington he was in a small club. This time decent sized hall. Awesome show. Wish I could have gone on to Louisville tonight!

Man I’ve been on cash or trade for months trying to get Louisville tix. Sold out 2 nights in an hour and no one is letting go of them. 

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Michael Cleveland played with them last night,  mixlr billystreams Lexington, Louisville last night and again tonight. Just plug your phone into a stereo system and it's on... we got the ft Wayne show in april. BCE at Stanley's pub 3/28/20 , plan on staying at our place, futons and couches, it's going to be a late one, showers and coffee before heading home. All are welcome! 

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We went to the old Asheville Civic Center that holds 7500 and saw Billy Strings open for Umphrey’s McGee. Stellar time. Highlight was Billy Strings jamming with UM to Voodoo Child! 

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20/02/22  Splintered Sunlight,  8 x 10  Baltimore, MD

 

Half Step, Race Is On, Tennessee Jed, Minglewood,

Mr. Charlie, Lazy Lightning, Ramble, Box, Don't Ease.

 

Feel Like a Stranger>Shakedown>Boogie on Raggae Women>

Everybody Needs Somebody>Shakedown, Sailor >Saint, 

Ship of Fools, Women Are Smarter>D>S>St. Stephen>

Goin' Down the Road>Lovelight.

 

E:Brokedown.

 

Abigail's Birthday.

 

Butchey again delivers in Baltimore, with room

on the rail. Mr. Charlie, GDTR personal highlights.

 

Praise DSO.

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