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  1. I know! I grew up in NYC at the right time, and I was really into music. That Lou Reed show was really intense and amazing - still one of my best concert memories ever. I saw Lou Reed several times and once he was actually quite awful. He was either brilliant or awful, there was no in-between.
  2. The Ramones at CBGB BB King Eric Clapton The Grateful Dead Cream Reunion at MSG Lou Reed at the Bottom Line Mose Allison at the Bottom Line Bob Dylan in the 1970s The Rolling Stones sometime in the 80s The Allman Brothers Band in the 70s Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band starting in 1976 (yeah that’s more than 5. Sorry)
  3. This should be good. The Dropkick Murphys are huge here.
  4. When Denali wants to play and Layla doesn’t feel like it, he tries to put her whole head in his mouth. It’s pretty comical and she lets him do it. I am pretty sure Denali could fit all of Ning in his mouth. And I’m quite certain that he would try.
  5. Oh I don't know about that. I'm sitting here next to 300 pounds of dogs and they beg to differ.
  6. People with kids also love their dogs and grieve their passing. I’m sorry that your life lacks the kind of love that humans and beloved pets can share. You don’t know what you are missing. “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” ― Mahatma Gandhi
  7. Steve loves his doggies. I remember one year he missed a show because his dog died and he just couldn't play that night. Some people thought that was ridiculous but I thought it made perfect sense.
  8. From the Boston Globe, this is what Boston Mayor Marty Walsh had to say about Tom in the park: “Hey, if Tom Brady stayed, like there are some exceptions I would make and having Tom Brady throw a football — I probably would have maybe looked the other way on that one. But he goes to Tampa Bay and that’s what he gets — getting thrown out of the park — so it serves him right,” Walsh joked.
  9. I’m answering out of turn because why not. My best birthday was my 19th birthday. It was 1976, and I went to my very first Bruce Springsteen concert. it was actually the day after my birthday, but close enough. Do you have a pet?
  10. Skipping X. Ypsilanti, Michigan
  11. I was at that show with Mikey/Cmon Mr Trouble and his wife. It was my last Bruce show and if that’s how it ends for me, I’m OK with that.
  12. I’ve been better. Today is my birthday. What did you do for your last birthday?
  13. I knew when I found out by friends tagging me on FB, and did not hear it first here on GL, that it couldn’t be true!