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  1. Loved the intro that Nils played during the Rising tour.
  2. Nils has posted a performance of the Pink song What About Us. Pretty inspired performance IMO, good to hear Nils rockin' out again. Hope to hear this at one of his shows in the future. Here's his post on twitter: Immigrant Prayer Ripping children from their parents to imprison. Hateful, evil. May our courts find their lost humanity and atone for this vile, moral treason of country and the poor souls who in desperate need, simply asked America for help. @Pink #DACA What About Us
  3. I didn't really hate it, but for some years I was kinda meh about Drive All Night. But then Bruce started playing it again at shows and I finally got it.
  4. Especially since I've seen a lot of stories about how animal adoptions really increased when the pandemic started. Now the shelter did suspend adoptions but that was only for a few weeks when things were peaking here. But all's well that ends well.
  5. Happy day for me. At the shelter where I walk the dogs twice a week, my favorite girl Zara has finally found her forever home. She is the sweetest dog I've ever been around, and I couldn't understand why she was at the shelter for so long. If we didn't already have a house full of critters we would have adopted her in a minute. Gonna miss her but really happy she gets to go home tomorrow.
  6. I also loved Violent Side, particularly in concert. Homegrown is kinda a mixed bag for me so far. Really like some of the songs released later like White Line and Little Wing. But I was listening to it in the car with the wife who keeps chatting so I need to listen to it more closely by myself.
  7. Just watched this one on the Starz channel about the life of David Crosby. So sad that a life so full of promise and talent went to hell because of drugs. He says that the main guys who he ever made meaningful music with all now hate him.
  8. I would say Hotel California, that was played to death. As was Boston's first album.
  9. Finally got around to watching Joker. What a sad and disturbing film. Not at all what I was expecting.
  10. We had a neat experience today. Got to participate in a release of 5 turtles back into the ocean after they each had spent months and months at the sea turtle rehabilitation hospital where I volunteer. So rewarding to see these beautiful creatures returned to their natural habitat to hopefully live full lives. All together, they released 24 turtles this week. Here's a few pics of some of the turtles who went home and the video of the release. IMG_3308.MOV
  11. New Jersey Holding Its First Drive-In Concert With Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes Portion of the proceeds will be donated to the New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes will perform a drive-in concert at New Jersey’s Monmouth Park Racetrack on July 11th, becoming the state’s first non-virtual show during the COVID-19 pandemic. “The Asbury Jukes and I are so excited that we can play this first of its kind live concert and help get New Jersey started on a quick and healthy return to normal,” Southside Johnny said in a statement. “Why sit at home when ‘We’re Havin’ a Party,’ drive-in style? We’ll safely see everyone July 11th.” The concert will benefit the Count Basie Center for the Arts, with a portion of the proceeds going to the New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund. Tickets go on sale Friday 10 am E.T. via Ticketmaster, charging $150 per vehicle. The drive-in holds a maximum of 1,000 vehicles per show, distanced at nine feet apart and holding four people maximum in each car. “I commend the Count Basie Center for the Arts for finding a way to bring live entertainment to Monmouth County in a fun and safe way,” said Thomas A. Arnone, Monmouth County Freeholder Director. “This drive-in show is a great way to get out of the house and experience a live show, while still practicing social distancing.” Drive-Ins have been popping up within the last month of the pandemic in new, creative ways: last week in Nashville, the owner of a hot-dog stand hosted the city’s first drive-in concert. “My goal was to give a morale boost to people and say, ‘We can tip-toe into doing these live events again safely,'” Sean “Big Daddy” Porter told Rolling Stone. “When we started talking to the city about it, they said [a drive-in concert] wasn’t even on their radar, and I felt almost obligated to do it. If no one else is going to bring this back, I will.”
  12. Sorry to hear this. He's had a rough time lately. Hope his recovery goes well.
  13. Here's a nice article about the turtle rehabilitation hospital that we volunteer at. Getting a lot of satisfaction helping out there. The Return Of The Sea Turtles
  14. Bruce scheduled to appear on Jimmy Fallon next Wednesday May 27th. Jamie Foxx and Will Ferrell will also guest if that has any significance to anyone. EDIT: Oops, sorry it's a repeat. Nevermind.