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Old 07-26-2022, 01:29 PM
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I'll be forever grateful that I got to see BuckVie in a relatively small casino room in the Cleveland area. I also saw them in Detroit at the Fox Theatre, but the smaller gig at the casino was amazing, I was only a few rows back. There was great energy in that little room.
I didn’t attend, but I am still flabbergasted in a good way that Christine added a solo “Wish You Were Here” to the set.

PBS or somebody should have broadcast one of the shows for us old farts to enjoy in perpetuity.
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Great to hear from you again, Jyqm! You’re one of the people whose whereabouts I wondered about.
I was very surprised to see you were still posting here, as I thought you'd kicked the habit around when I did. Great to see you!

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I, too, find many rock concerts in the big arenas noisy — not always but often. I have better luck in these small theaters or outdoors. But you raise a good point about Lindsey’s control over his sound environment. If he isn’t, he should take steps to improve the clarity and dynamic range. The technology is there now.
Lindsey played Town Hall, which certainly ain't Madison Square Garden. Seems like a venue that would have good acoustics. But it was just a solid blast of sound from stacked amps. I still enjoyed the show, and Lindsey himself was in great form, but the sound seemed a real missed opportunity.

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I haven’t seen Fleetwood Mac since 2003, either. Laziness.
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I'll be forever grateful that I got to see BuckVie in a relatively small casino room in the Cleveland area. I also saw them in Detroit at the Fox Theatre, but the smaller gig at the casino was amazing, I was only a few rows back. There was great energy in that little room.
I saw both Nashville and Louisville. I had crappy seats for Louisville, but 4th row for Nashville.
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