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Tonight 45 minutes before show time we decided to go see Brian Setzer one of my favorite guitarists. We took a chance on getting tickets at the door and managed to get front row seats that someone else had canceled. Brian and the rest of the band put on a great show. The concert was held in Wichita's historic Orpheum Theater which made it even better.
Very cool! He is awesome!
Since you have kept my command to endure patiently, I will also keep you from the hour of trial that is going to come upon the whole world to test those who live on the earth. Revelations 3:10
Are You Ready?
Looks like a rockin' good time. No crowd surfing pics?
It doesn't matter what I paid for it, it matters what it's WORTH. I never buy anything I will regret KEEPING.
Did Brian do this Classic? (coulda been written yesterday...this was 30 years ago)
(not for little ears)
Lemme know if yous need help with REAL (not Google) lyrics to that song. ^
I signed up for the Draft in '79...
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never seen um all together but i played with slim jim phantom trio in chicago with my band n seen lee rocker in rockford my sons first concert he was 3 n sat on stage they kept goin up n jamin in front of him n lee did a bad beep bass solo in front of um was so kool next day he asked if that was elvis with the big guitar lol love it
"IN RUST WE TRUST" Jalopy Jimmy
No he didn't. They did the Stray Cats big hits like Stray Cat Strut and Rock This Town. Also did Rumble in Brighton.
Yes both bassists were standing on them. They played them every which way. Same for Slim Jim.
That's the first thing I thought when I saw him.
Sorry I don't remember any of their names.
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