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I know above is right cause I have set list from Jeff .

Awesome venue...built for dancing and acoustics.

I could have danced all night and then danced some. more.

 

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Never enough;-)

We have the privilege of playing many amazing venues.  The Clyde in Ft. Wayne is perhaps the best of them. Was built for sound and comfort. We loved playing on that stage and will be back;-)

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1 hour ago, PoetryGirl said:

 So it has become apparent to me one show at a time is cruel. 

fixed that for you

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I tried to make this run work but I couldn’t. It’s tough missing Midwest shows. At least we have next weekend and I’ll prob do some phish in Nashville which won’t be the same. 

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I’m ashamed I missed a home state show. Especially after the set list and venue reviews. After the mini run last week I couldn’t swing two weeks in a row. Also love going to Columbus but don’t think that’s in the cards either. Enjoy the road and safe travels everyone 

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Venue recently opened under ownership of Sweetwater Music - based in Ft Wayne.  Sweetwater is MAJOR presence in music business nationwide.  Staff there was wonderful!  Thank you for a real good time!

Mason:  Show for all ages.  Several kids in attendance.

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59 minutes ago, helpfrankslip said:

Masters of war???

Bob Dylan - On Freewheelin’ album

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38 minutes ago, Tea said:

Bob Dylan - On Freewheelin’ album

My youngest just added that to his record collection last weekend. Killing time in Bloomington record shop picking big bro up at school on the way to Egyptian Room. 

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On 10/13/2018 at 12:48 PM, Tea said:

Bob Dylan - On Freewheelin’ album

That explains it i enjoy Dylan but I'm not familiar with his entire catalog but very few can write songs like him, my brother used to say i wouldn't doubt he wrote the abc's

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I didn’t know it until I heard Lisa sing it twice. Chimes of freedom in Portland right after trump took office was maybe the most emotional I’ve seen a crowd get even with most hearing the song for the 1st time. Masters of war is another powerful Dylan song and Lisa smokes it!!! At least in troubling times we these powerful songs to help us through as opposed to songs like “man versus bonesaw” or the new pat Robertson hymn “don’t kill an arms deal over 1 murdered person”. 

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