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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    I can see that. We used to live in STL; now we're in the UP of MI. Our headliners here are washed-up country music and rock performers who play at the native-owned casinos. Like names you never heard of. Actually, it was almost as bad when we lived in STL. Elton John did come to town once, and performed in a lovely downtown venue a few years back. I couldn't afford tickets but did join the counter-counter- protesters blocking the WBC who came there to hold up signs about gay. lol Oh, and the Beatles played in the old Busch Stadium in the mid-60s. But I was only 11 or 12 and my parents wouldn't let me go.
    I was in my late teens, 17 or 18, when I went to my first concert. The Oakland Coliseum had these multi-band concerts called "Day on the Green". I remember BB King, who of course was great. Funny, I cannot remember anyone else that performed, lol. I also went to a lot of stand-up comedy shows in San Francisco. Good times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JqYaqui View Post
    I was in my late teens, 17 or 18, when I went to my first concert. The Oakland Coliseum had these multi-band concerts called "Day on the Green". I remember BB King, who of course was great. Funny, I cannot remember anyone else that performed, lol. I also went to a lot of stand-up comedy shows in San Francisco. Good times.
    I'm the least judgmental person on JPP and usually never try to stereotype people or try to put them in a box or make some comment based on innuendo, but damn, that sounds like 'Groupie' to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    I'm the least judgmental person on JPP and usually never try to stereotype people or try to put them in a box or make some comment based on innuendo, but damn, that sounds like 'Groupie' to me.
    Yeah, sure it does. But No. I was far from a groupie. I didn't follow them around going to every show, lol

    You're funny Jack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JqYaqui View Post
    I was in my late teens, 17 or 18, when I went to my first concert. The Oakland Coliseum had these multi-band concerts called "Day on the Green". I remember BB King, who of course was great. Funny, I cannot remember anyone else that performed, lol. I also went to a lot of stand-up comedy shows in San Francisco. Good times.
    The first concert I ever saw was some group (I think it was Sugarloaf but cannot find any confirmation of that) that came to our h.s. and performed. I got my first kiss from a boy named Art at that concert. I just asked on my h.s. grad class FB page to see if anyone else recalls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    I'm the least judgmental person on JPP and usually never try to stereotype people or try to put them in a box or make some comment based on innuendo, but damn, that sounds like 'Groupie' to me.
    Whatever.

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    Can you believe that this summer will mark the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock festival? I remember seeing footage of it on the news, my parents muttering about "dirty hippies," being grossed out by the rain/mud/muddy people -- but entralled by the music. Never have met someone who was there. But I expect that the experience was a lot better years down the road than it was at the time. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by JqYaqui View Post
    Yeah, sure it does. But No. I was far from a groupie. I didn't follow them around going to every show, lol

    You're funny Jack.
    (I've been told I should probably keep my day job)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    Can you believe that this summer will mark the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock festival? I remember seeing footage of it on the news, my parents muttering about "dirty hippies," being grossed out by the rain/mud/muddy people -- but entralled by the music. Never have met someone who was there. But I expect that the experience was a lot better years down the road than it was at the time. lol
    Wow! 50 years! I was 7 when Woodstock happened. My oldest sister was one of those "dirty hippies", lol. I'm not saying that she went to Woodstock, but that she was a hippie. She still is, kind of. I wasn't a fan of the Beatles and not so much a fan of Elvis. As kids, we would play their records on the player and jump up and down making the records skip. What bad kids we were, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    (I've been told I should probably keep my day job)
    What do you think? Should you?

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    What do you think? Should you?
    (nodding ... while walking off stage)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    (nodding ... while walking off stage)
    Why can't you keep your day job and also work a night job?

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    Wait!
    Who's the Comedian here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Wait!
    Who's the Comedian here?
    Not me!!

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    Iggy Pop - Real Wild Child (Wild One)


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    Ministry - Stigmata


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