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  1. Great photos, can't wait for the film
  2. When was this, someone posted it as being this week, but I saw another pic of Bruce this week in NYC and he didn't have the goatee going on.
  3. It's been way too long since we visited the good old north east so thought we;d better sort it. The Georgian Theatre Stockton Saturday 21st September{"action_history"%3A"[{\"surface\"%3A\"page\"%2C\"mechanism\"%3A\"page_upcoming_events_card\"%2C\"extra_data\"%3A[]}]"%2C"has_source"%3Atrue}
  4. Bruce in his British football hooligan coat.
  5. Does anyone have any decent images/stills from the Netflix show of the bracelets Bruce is wearing or any offstage shots of them from Broadway. many thanks
  6. Long time since I posted on here, but I lurk a lot. I was at the show and though it was great to be inside and the sound was great, Bruce seemed tired to me. I was torn between going to Cardiff and trying to get tickets for this, I went for these and surprise surprise got them, looking at the set for Cardiff and first hand reports from people I was speaking with I wish I'd gone to Wales. I'm not saying it was bad or anything and there were some great highlights, I never thought I'd hear Thundercrack live and for the doubters If I Should Fall Behind was subliminal and worth the ticket.
  7. He had the famous naked lady black Tele which had the painting on the back, that's why he has the buckle on the side in my opinion.
  8. OK been a long while since I've been around here or any other forum, but this has got me interested. I contributed a version of Cadillac Ranch to the covers album which featured some fantastic efforts. I'd like to have a crack at Long Walk Home or The Rising
  9. Saw this advertised, but overlooked it as i thought it was the desert island discs show again. thanks for the heads up.
  10. How can you say it's ludicrous to make comment on fans perceived relationship with artists, think about John Lennon and Mark Chapman for a start. Forums like this exist because we are fans of a particular artist. There are lord knows how many books written on the subject as well. I wasn't criticising anyone apart from band wagon jumpers and I was thinking of a friend of mine actually who went overboard when Bowie died having never mentioned him before and he sent me a text about Tom Petty when he'd never mentioned him before.
  11. what always stuns me when someone like Tom Petty dies is the amount of people claiming to be big fans who have never mentioned them before. This is obviously not the case with the posters above as their posts testify, but I bet they feel similar to me. I can say I liked Tom Petty, I wasn't a big fan, had a few albums, seen him live a couple of times, twice in reality, I was going to go to Hyde Park, but couldn't bear to sit through Stevie Nicks. It was the same with David Bowie when he passed, how many people would have bought Blackstar if he hadn't, it's a great album by someone who was still creating great music, as was Tom Petty. It's sad when anyone dies and I suppose we think we have some sort of relationship with them. I cried when Clarence Clemons and Danny Federici died for that reason, I didn't know them but they had brought me great pleasure and at times comfort through their music.
  12. Probably cost a fortune, I kinda like it though.