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Saw My Morning Jacket & Durand Jones on Saturday. What a great show to end my concert quarantine! The show started at 7:00 to avoid any issues with the venue 11:00 curfew. I didn't know anything about Jones & he was a pleasant surprise. Good retro soul. This was the second & final night for MMJ & they were totally on. Played a little over 2.5 hours. It appears they aren't doing "One Big Holiday" every night. Luckily I picked the right night. Actually there were a lot of changes in the setlist over the 2 nights. When the band was taking a bow, Carl Broemel was communicating with someone down in the front & held up a finger & mouthed "one more?". The band did an impromptu "Mahgeetah" to end the evening. Next up, Wilco & Young Fresh Fellows on 10/13. Can't wait!

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So, funny story, to me at least. I didn't see an opener announced on the ticket, website, or anything. There was an opener. They said their name, but I didn't catch it. Nice enough jangly pop, none of

Thanks! Just got one- hope to be there by 730.  can’t wait. 

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Hobo Johnson. Taking my 17 year old daughter to her first club show. If you've never heard of Hobo Johnson, check out his Tiny Desk Concert. I find him endlessly creative, funny, neurotic, and entertaining. 

 

My daughter can drive, but I told her I wanted to come, hang out in the back, and try not to embarrass her.

 

 

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10 hours ago, kidsmoke said:

Saw Night Shop (Justin Sullivan) at Gold-Diggers in L.A. tonight. Had a massive good time, still can't wind down at almost 3 a.m! He just gets better and better.

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Great shots Donna!! Wish I could have been there. 
Get some sleep!

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Saw Dylan last night.

 

Well, Jakob Dylan and the Wallflowers.  It was good.  I am not particularly a fan so I didn't have many expectations.  Aside from the hits and a Petty cover, I didn't know any of the songs.  But it was solid.  And he was definitely a more engaged performer than any time I have ever seen his father.  

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