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Will be a time of most joyful communion. I think DSO is going to need larger venues. Just daydreaming about the next Jack Straw, Bertha or Cold Rain and Snow kickoff and being surrounded by all your beautiful faces and graceful and jubilant moves. My love to you all, friends, strangers, band and crew ❤️❤️

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Dream on. We are all dead or will live in quarantine until we die. 
 

the day the music died. Bye bye miss American pie. 

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Start Making Sense is incredible. Several of us saw them recreate the Stop Making Sense movie soundtrack (they nailed it) and then they did a huge filler that culminated in Nothing But Flowers>Road to Nowhere. We had Julie Andrews dance space and it was sheer bliss.

 

They truly are the DSO of TH.

 

i will travel to see them again and this really opens up my Friday evening plans here in a Las Vegas gone dark. Not that I would do much anyway, but still...

 

Lemons can become lemonade.

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You will love it! TH is my favorite non-jam genre band. And for those who do want the jam, there is this tonight:

 

 

 

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Summer tour is only questionable not doubtful. Spring tour part 2 is doubtful if not out. That’s your injury report. 

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So much can happen / change by summer tour.  I'm thinking it's a green light, can't stop that which is meant to be. Really looking fwd to Lake Dillon 

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