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Jack straw

Touch of grey

Gset

Train to cry

Black throated wind

Box of rain

Playin>bird song

 

Speedway boogie

Gimme some lovin

Corrina

Shakedown

Drumz

Spanish jam

Wheel

Uncle johns 

Playin reprise

World to give

Good lovin

 

Easy wind

Mystery  trainæ

 

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Glad you all are on the road again. Really wish I was there with you.

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2 minutes ago, chuckvegas said:

Glad you all are on the road again. Really wish I was there with you.

We wish you were here!!!

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Set One: Jack Straw > Touch Of Grey ; Greatest Story Ever Told ; Brown Eyed Women ; Black Throated Wnd ; It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry ; Box Of Rain ; Loose Lucy (74' style) ; Playng In The Band > Bird Song

Set Two: New Speedway Boogie > Gimme Some Lovin' > Corinna > Shakedown Street > Uncle John's Band > *drums > space > The Wheel > Playing In The Band (reprise) > If I Had The World To Give > Good Lovn' 

Encore: Easy Wind > Mystery Train

Show Notes

*Tampa Taiko Japanese style drummers (Ron Collins director) joined for "drums".

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27 minutes ago, Tea said:

Set One: Jack Straw > Touch Of Grey ; Greatest Story Ever Told ; Brown Eyed Women ; Black Throated Wnd ; It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry ; Box Of Rain ; Loose Lucy (74' style) ; Playng In The Band > Bird Song

Set Two: New Speedway Boogie > Gimme Some Lovin' > Corinna > Shakedown Street > Uncle John's Band > *drums > space > The Wheel > Playing In The Band (reprise) > If I Had The World To Give > Good Lovn' 

Encore: Easy Wind > Mystery Train

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*Tampa Taiko Japanese style drummers (Ron Collins director) joined for "drums".

 

U still up? 😂

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I forgot about the drummers . 

Enjoyed the energy. 

*Tampa Taiko Japanese style drummers (Ron Collins director) joined for "drums".

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Barraco posted an Instagram pre sound check of multiple drummers on stage but couldn’t see much as was taken from a distance. I thought it was the crew messing around actually but evidently was a 3rd drummer. And whatever you do don’t click on the instagram account robbarraco. I’m pouring bleach in my eyes to scrub those images. 

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2 hours ago, Rude said:

 

U still up? 😂

Flat-lining now.  Those Panic kids are no joke when it comes to pre/post/in-game party. I feel like I’ve been embalmed 😵

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Just now, Tea said:

Flat-lining now.  Those Panic kids are no joke when it comes to pre/post/in-game party. I feel like I’ve been embalmed 😵

 

What u talkin about. You should be pre gaming for tonight’s show already 😂

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The stage was raised from the floor a good height , and the dummers were placed behind the bands drum set, from the floor I could only see 1/2 of a drummer.  Even that limited view was a good performances. 

Getting ready for tonight show as well 

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