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Old 11-06-2017, 07:20 PM
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Maybe they didn't do Game of Pretend because the old geezers up in the rafters said it was too dang loud
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Maybe they didn't do Game of Pretend because the old geezers up in the rafters said it was too dang loud
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By the way, of the backing band members, Jimmy got by far the most applause. The crowd really cheered loudly when Lindsey announced him. No contest.
Too Far Gone in Las Vegas got lots of applause/cheers during the drum solo bits, so they were really cheering for him when he got introduced.
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Too Far Gone in Las Vegas got lots of applause/cheers during the drum solo bits, so they were really cheering for him when he got introduced.
I know. Even though I wonder how much of that is him, as opposed to tracks. Hopefully him.
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