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  1. 3 points
    _Laurie_

    The Jokes Thread - Relaunched

    A cop calls in to report a shooting on his radio: " It appears that an elderly woman shot her husband because he walked across the floor she just mopped" Captain: "Well did you arrest her?" Cop: "Not yet sir, the floor is still wet"
  2. 2 points
    RonJonSurfer

    The "Old" Songfacts Gang

    I was wondering if any of the old Songfacts gang (you know who you are) checks in to the site much these days. Every once in while I come back searching for you guys but come up empty. It was a vibrant and crazy place when we all joined close to 15 years ago and it remained that way for a long time. Frankly I miss it. If any of you stop by, leave a comment. I'd love to know how you guys are doing. RonJonSurfer (Ron)
  3. 2 points
    RonJonSurfer

    The "Old" Songfacts Gang

    Hey look...we're starting to gather together again...maybe in 2019? So good to hear from Edna. Happy New Year to all my friends at Songfacts. Ron
  4. 2 points
    edna

    The "Old" Songfacts Gang

    RonJon is always right... 😄 and you're the best, RonJon. Carl was missing the good old times here... (on facebook) And I said I wished we could Songfact like 14 years ago... That would be great. A very happy New Year, my friends!!!! I love all my Songfactors!!!! 💚 💚 ...and it's really warm to see your avatar here again, Old55!!! Happy New Year everybody! 💚 I couldn't fight nostalgia... so I surrender and I drop by sometimes wishing I'll find all the fun we had...😃
  5. 2 points
    Carl

    The "Old" Songfacts Gang

    Tremendous family photo O55. Thanks for stopping by.
  6. 2 points
    OLD 55

    The "Old" Songfacts Gang

    Thanks Ron. You've always been a good friend. Hope all is well with you. Cheers Mate.
  7. 2 points
    RonJonSurfer

    The "Old" Songfacts Gang

    Wow, what a great looking family. I hope Christmas was wonderful and 2019 is even better. Thanks for stopping by and sharing. Ron
  8. 2 points
    OLD 55

    The "Old" Songfacts Gang

    Hi All ! I haven;t been here for a long time, mostly because I'm still fairly computer illiterate and I have trouble negotiating the Site. It's good to see some of my great Mates here. Hope you all had a happy Christmas and have a wonderful 2019. Here's a photo of my whole Family taken on Christmas Day. I'm at the back - now OLD 78.
  9. 2 points
    Otokichi

    The "Old" Songfacts Gang

    Strolling around YouTube, looking for something else, I ran across someone who has Something Significant To Say, musically.
  10. 2 points
    Carl

    The "Old" Songfacts Gang

    I'm still here a fair amount.
  11. 2 points
    RonJonSurfer

    The "Old" Songfacts Gang

    After all these years I still can't make everything work right. Thus...see a quote from the one and only Edna dated 9/23/18 in my last reply.
  12. 2 points
    Otokichi

    The "Old" Songfacts Gang

    I didn't join 15 years ago, but I do my best to *bump* the "All Things Music" subset. Ever since Last.fm terminated all forums and fan posts, I've been hanging out here to see if there is "Life on Mars." (It seems to be very sparse.) Folks in search of Music on the Interweb don't have many choices these days, between "Buy 'N Large" (Apple) or "We Think You Like This?" (Spotify). For really obscure music, I sometimes drop by CD Baby, if a "Toy Cows in Africa"-like track catches my eye/ear on YouTube. So now I travel the "Roads to Moscow" while "Dancing in the Moonlight," on the way to "Scarborough Fair.";) Patrick Abe
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    Hi from just over 10 years in the future. I belive the answer to your question is L'Amour toujours (I'll fly with you) by DJ Gigi D'Agostino.
  14. 2 points
    Lucky

    Songfactors Football 2015

    I like having defensive players in Kevin, for exactly the reason you mentioned, it's just kind of fun to move them around and see how many extra points you can garnish.. I'd missed that. I'm ready to go, hopefully my football team is slightly better than my baseball team this year. Good luck everybody!!
  15. 2 points
    We know how hard it is to get published, here's an outlet for your writing skills. Tell a story, fact or fiction, at least a paragraph long about anything: music, your dog, your summer vacation. If you would like to give feedback or comment on a submission, please restrict your post to constructive criticism and/or praise. (In other words, be nice. This is intended to be a safe outlet.) Forum Rules Apply
  16. 1 point
    Levis

    The "Old" Songfacts Gang

    Y'all thought you'd got rid of me But my life is meaningless without my Fin and Farin. Coming back here reminds me of all our time together, and makes me a bit sad. I don't know where they are (or even if they're still alive???) but I hope they're happy. (Joined at 17, now 32 and living a life i never imagined for myself !)
  17. 1 point
    XXX

    The "Old" Songfacts Gang

    I’m still living in the past. Glad to see some of my Songfacts peepZ are still around 👴🏽✌🏽🍀
  18. 1 point
    Ange

    The "Old" Songfacts Gang

    Happy New Year to all; sending you all best wishes and all things great for 2019 from Ange 🙏🎉
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    XXX

    The "Old" Songfacts Gang

    I’m still here. I joined back in 2004, so that’s approximately 15 years ago. Good to see some of youse and hope to discuss music, movies, books, and video games - if at least once in a while 😎✌🏽🍀🌈🌈
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    XXX

    Concert Tickets

    We went to see him a coupla months ago at The Forum in Inglewood, California. Good show 😎✌🏽🍀🌈🌈
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    Levis

    Cave in Hall of Fame

    [big]Cave enters Aria Hall of Fame on his own terms[/big] [smallest]October 29, 2007[/smallest] [smaller]Source [/smaller] SINGER Nick Cave has accepted his induction into the Aria Hall of Fame, but it was on his own terms. The Australia-born songwriter last week said he was "dreading" tonight's induction during the annual music awards. But on the night, he was gracious in accepting the honour. However, there were a couple of conditions - that his band mates from The Bad Seeds and his former band The Birthday Party be inducted as well. "I cannot really accept this until we get a few things straight," Cave told the crowd at Sydney's Acer Arena. "What I can't figure out is why I am up here and The Bad Seeds aren't? "I would like to do a bit of inducting myself." Cave then thanked the members of The Band Seeds and The Birthday Party, the 1970s Melbourne gothic rock band which launched his career, for all their work with him over the years. "I would like to, by the power vested in me, induct these people also into the Aria Hall of Fame." Cave also thanked his mother, his wife Susie Bick and four sons. Later, he told reporters there were a few other Australians artists he would like to see join him in the select club. "Is Kylie in there?"asked Cave, who recorded the duet Where The Wild Roses Grow with Kylie Minogue in 1996. "She f---ing well should be!" AAP And there's a slightly older article on his reluctance . (I wanted to make the title something to do with "Cave" and "Hall", but I'm not as good as RJ at these things. Any suggestions?)
  22. 1 point
    Carl

    I miss you, Fishies...

    I do too. Made many deep connections and lasting relationships. This is still a good place to drop a thought, and we'll still be here.
  23. 1 point
    kellygirl

    Meaning of Ribbon in the Sky

    I was wondering if anyone out there knows the meaning of Stevie Wonder's 1982 hit Ribbon in the Sky? I love that song; it has its own meaning to me, but is there a general one most people use? Thanks for your help!
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    Otokichi

    Song/Video of the day

    Thirty years ago, Kelly DeLima formed "Kapena," a "Brownbags to Stardom" contest Kaimuki high school band that went on to bigger and better things. Brothers Tivaini and Teimomi Tatofi returned to Tonga to start families, and Kelly eventually got his kids to play. A reunion happened recently, and local music program "Hi Sessions" recaptured that old Reggae magic. Who/what is "Kapena"? What is "Masese" about? So, what else did Kapena do?
  25. 1 point
    Shawna

    What sweetens your coffee today II

    Howdy, ya'll.
  26. 1 point
    RonJonSurfer

    Gary Puckett and The Union Gap

    I wish I knew...
  27. 1 point
    edna

    great oldies that didn't sell

    Hello my dear friend!! So good to meet you here again!!
  28. 1 point
    Jessica E.

    Hippy Heaven

    Hippie Heaven by Jessica A. Eaton It was on a New Year’s Eve many moons ago I was driving to a party when I got stuck in the snow the temperature was dipping and I was chilled to the very bone I didn’t have any food or drink and no bars on my Obama phone Turned the heat up in my car to keep my butt from freezing found fermented grape juice ’neath my seat, dated from last season so I grabbed that homemade vino and gave the bottle a gentle tug it only took three little sips before I felt like a Kafka bug The aroma was vintage locker room and the taste was tart at first but it made me feel quite relaxed and it magically quenched my thirst Watching the winter wonderland slowly descending down upon the street I suddenly began to feel dizzy from my noggin down to my feet While admiring the falling flakes I saw a reflection in the window of the door twas a big ass twisted cigarette laying near the gas peddle down on the floor I picked it up and noticed that it wasn’t a Newport or a Marlboro Red and I sensed before the night was over I would be chilling with the dead Well I lit up that humongous doobie and took a couple of very healthy drags and in the moonlight sky the clouds looked like a bunch of fluffy Doritos bags Soon that wacky weed worked its magic – had me Jonesing for a snack but there was nothing in the glove compartment, so I turned and looked in the back There upon my grandson’s Batman booster seat what did my eyes behold but a couple left over slices of Dominoes pizza, looking like solid bricks of gold just when I thought the Munchie God couldn’t have presented a better scenario I spotted a pack of Twinkies and a half eaten peanut butter Oreo I turned on the radio and the Strawberry Alarm Clock was belting out a jam as I took a bite and tasted olives, onions and what might have once been ham the pepperoni looked gray, diseased and wrinkled like the liver of Keith Moon and my taste buds started to revolt when I bit into a rubbery mushroom I was drifting in & out of half consciousness as if as Rip Van Winkle on Qualudes As Mott the Hoople started singing a ripping tune about a couple of young dudes I then stepped out of my car, through a righteous cloud of Sinsemilla smoke and all around the winter wonderland looked hallucinogenic and baroque I was lucky to thumb a ride on a passing psychedelic bus that ran on mystic peyote buttons and Columbian cannabis On board were merry pranksters who made me feel right at home using a tennis racket as a guitar and a hair brush for a microphone So we jammed to Grand Funk Railroad and a tune by Iron Butterfly watching the Byrds fly 8 miles high while a purple haze kissed the sky I was clearly out of my mind, but not sure whose mind I was in felt like I was floating beneath a crystal blue celestial aquarium I saw neon colors swirl in shapes as they mixed and danced and floated and I helped myself to a handful of bennies that tasted sugar coated I saw Elvis trying to shake his pelvis, but his britches were too tight when he ripped the seat of his pants there were 2 moons out that night We were getting famished so we thought we’d stop for a bite though the driver of the bus refused to move too far over to the right Soon we spotted a pulsating sign ahead touting Alice’s Restaurant advertising we could get wavy gravy over anything we want Walking through the diner door, the atmosphere was smoky and surreal I spotted Julius Hoffman on a bench next to a duct taped Bobby Seale a disco ball that Ted Nugent had shot up was on the floor obliterated and it had everyone cheering madly, feeling groovy and liberated I saw a suave Warren Beatty in a beret he borrowed from Che Gueverra as he cavorted past Carly Simon winking with one eye in a mirror every song on the Whirlitzer was a billboard chart topping hit and we found an empty table open up when the Beatles had to split The busboy looked sharp like a conductor on the Marakesh express the waitress was attired with love beads and a tie-dyed mini dress the decor of the restaurant looked like the inside of Jerzy Kozinski’s mind with booths adorned with custom bongs and table cloths Peter Max designed So I looked around, t’is what I found Captain Beefheart and Major Lance Admiral Halsey in khaki pants Sargent Pepper and Major Tom Colonel Parker and Cheech and Chong stuck in the middle between Steeler’s wheel sat Donovan smoking a banana peel Poor Gilbert O’Sullivan was sitting alone waiting for Jim Croce to hang up the phone in a corner sat the Allman brothers rambling with Dick and Tommy Smothers Charles Whitman and William Calley, Murph the Surf and Mustang Sally I saw Charlie Manson and a beach boy drummer with a bitching tan from surfing all summer I turned my attention back to the folded menu in my hand every entree was a product grown on some commune organic land there was tofu salad and hamburgers made strictly out of soy and the dishes were adorned with ivy shipped in from Illinois I heard Harry Chapin in the doorway asking who had called for a cab When I spotted Mrs Robinson at the register squaring away her tab using the plastic that Benjamin had been advised to bring along as he stood obediently beside her wondering where Joe Dimaggio had gone Mrs Parks implored that everyone return to their assigned bus seat so in piled all the musicians with Small Faces and Little Feat Soon we were back on the road heading south on 95 to a farm in upstate New York where some bands were playing live When we arrived I couldn’t believe the size of the crowd there was peace and love everywhere and the music was really loud some women skinny dipping had daisies in their flowing locks of gold and judging from some naked fellas, the water was getting cold We all decide to camp out underneath the stars that night tuning in, turning on and dropping outta sight and we marveled at the full and distant moon as we fell asleep where only a month earlier Neil Armstrong had taken a giant leap After some transcendental meditation and a tab of purple micro-dot we found in our altered imaginations, the Utopia that we sought In the wee hours of the morning Country Joe led a spirited chant I would tell you what he spelled out but my upbringing dictates I can’t But I can tell ya what I did see I saw Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young Carlos Santana and Woody Guthrie’s son Richie Havens and Jefferson Airplane Ten Years After singing in the rain While Melanie strummed a groovy tune John Sebastian vowed he’d be home soon Afterward Sly and his Family Stone played a jam that rattled my occipital bone Joe Cocker belted out a Fab Four song with a little help from his friends who sang along on the stage came anthems of harmony and peace there was no need for National Guard or riot police there was no mistaking who’s generation was rejoicing in the spirit of this celebration After three days we figured it was time for us to hit the road agreeing we desperately needed to find a shower and commode feeling euphoric although we were all smelling somewhat ripe which was probably the main reason we constantly sparked up a pipe In a day or so we found ourselves camped out in Washington DC to listen to a man of peace thank god almighty for finally being free along that narrow reflective pond stood the children of Mother Earth who had come together to validate that everybody’s life has a worth I met some every day people who were not much different than myself some came from impoverished backgrounds, while others came from wealth but everyone shared a mutual respect, despite the differences of our skin and for a few fleeting magic moments, we really all felt like kin Gassing up the bus we split, saying goodbye to our new found friends we headed to the southern states, where there were freedoms to defend Word had spread about a march down in Selma and Birmingham regarding lunch counters, water fountains and the equality of every man So we lent a hand and took a stand and did what we could do and walked along and sang a song to make the dream come true We saw Jim Crow fly away, as they promised changes to the law so we split toward Louisiana to join in the debauchery of Mardi Gras We stopped at a party in some house down in New Orleans where we spotted Captain America and Billy ride in on their machines they had some lawyer in a football helmet hanging onto his seat who waved to John Fogerty standing on a corner at the end of Bourbon street There was impromptu dancing, by ecstatic people wearing beads congregating in taverns, clubs and bars, satisfying all their pent up needs we soaked in the orange sunshine above this abstract scene listening to some blues by B.B. King and a Mississippi Queen Soon we were out on Route 66 following the setting sun to the west along the way, upon a hill stood an aging Indian in a deer skinned vest he looked sad and disillusioned as a teardrop rolled down upon his face as he stood silently reminiscing about a once proud and sacred place We stopped to stretch our legs at some desolate roadside stand east of the Painted Desert where Gram Parsons was burnt in sand and while the proprietor was busy strumming a Buffalo Springfield tune I bought vanilla fudge, a chocolate watchband and an electric prune Someone suggested that we stop at a church along the way to say a prayer or two for some sexual healing of Marvin Gaye but we couldn’t find a house of worship that welcomed every soul so we made our own religion and we called it rock and roll When we finally made it out to that sunny California shore the Pacific winds blew our freak flag higher than it ever flew before In Hollywood we hit the Whiskey a Go-Go down on the Sunset Strip where we took a moonlight drive on Mr Mojo’s Crystal Ship Someone suggested that we should drive farther up the state and hang out around Haight Ashbury and see the Golden Gate On the way a stranger joined us just south of Monterrey who inquired if we all were heading up San Francisco way Going by the name of Scott he wore a flower in his hair and said that we would meet some really gentle people there So up the Pacific Coast Highway ,we toted, laughed and sang determined to end our road trip not with a whimper, but a bang As we got closer we heard some music from the Altamont speedway where Mick and his fellow band mates were performing that autumn day and though we were stoned immaculate, we decided to roll on by to find a place to get mug of moby grape and a slice of humble pie We saw some smoke on the water across the Frisco bay, it looked like a giant balls of fire coming in from Berkeley way we could smell the burning of draft cards in the rebel breeze along with some smoldering playtex bras, a few were double Ds We took in a couple sights and a concert at the Fillmore West where they gave away an apple and a poster to every guest Down on Powell Street in a Corvair, Ralph Nader slowly drove on by and Vote Pat Paulsen for President was written across the sky The Diggers were handing out free sandwiches to some hungry souls who lounged on dirty blankets; dressed in worn out shoes with holes some were living, some seemed dead and some you just couldn’t tell beneath a sign proclaiming, “Maybe this world is another planet's hell." This really harshed my mellow and I quickly started to loss my high and knew it was just about time for me to finally bid goodbye so I gathered up my senses that I had developed along the drive and I promised Zager and Evans I’d return in the year 2-5-2-5 But before I left I reflected about my trip There was Eldridge Cleaver and Malcolm X Marc Bolen and tyrannosaurus-rex I saw Ratso Rizzo walking there by a midnight cowboy with Jon Voight hair Nancy Sinatra in her walking boots hung out with Mods in Italian suits Bob Dylan finished with a cryptic sigh a song longer than the Treaty of Versailles Ken Kessey flew over our rolling cuckoo’s nest on his way to take an electric Kool Aid acid test In Romper Room was Captain Kangaroo teaching soup can art to Twiggy and Nico too we listened to Allen Ginsberg in a coffee shop and saw Lenny Bruce getting hassled by a cop When I awoke I found myself in someone else’s clothes speaking in hippie jargon and polyphonic prose wearing a Nehru jacket and Jesus sandals on my feet I noticed that the snow had melted all along the street I decided to skip the party; drove back home instead figured I’d take a shower and get warm and cozy in my bed when I jumped out of the shower and was drying off my ass I noticed fresh ink promoting “Hippie Heaven; Lifetime Pass” And on the other cheek, much to my chagrin was another tattoo that read, “We hope you come again” after I shook my head, I really couldn’t help but laugh I guess I’ll always follow down that old happy hippie path *Disclaimer: This Hippie was not stoned during the writing of this poem. All similarities to people past or present was, of course, intentional. - Jessica A. Eaton
  29. 1 point
    phil

    Songfactors Football 2015

    I got my JV team in this week, and they performed accordingly.
  30. 1 point
    phil

    Songfactors Football 2015

    Sorry Kevin. Blue has been doing that to me all year. I was always 1 minute late. I like the playoff format. BTW; It seems like an awful amount of injuries this year. My team is different every week.
  31. 1 point
    Carl

    Songfactors Football 2015

    What do I have to do!!! 7 freaking touchdowns from Brees and I still lose! Guess it's a team game, and if there's nobody catching TDs, you're still vulnerable.
  32. 1 point
    Carl

    Songfactors Football 2015

    Vick is fun to watch, but the numbers show he was never as good as we thought he was.
  33. 1 point
    Kevin

    Songfactors Football 2015

    It was a pretty good deal to to start with. No one is way ahead in any foreseeable points. You want Fitzgerald, Kenne ?
  34. 1 point
    Carl

    Songfactors Football 2015

    I'm good whenever works for you Kevin.
  35. 1 point
    Brad_M

    Brad_M Personal Top Ten 2015

    Thanks to all the additional voters. Hi Darryl, good to see you stopping by again. I hope you get a chance to vote. Turn up the volume and rock on.
  36. 1 point
    CanAm

    Songfactors Football 2015

    An excellent call, Kevin. I have always hated the "no cut" rule. How often do stars get injured in football? It does not make any sense to be stuck with them if they can't contribute to your team.
  37. 1 point
    CanAm

    Songfactors Football 2015

    I'm definitely interested. Check out espn's fantasy leagues, Kevin. I belong to several leagues in both Yahoo and ESPN, and I find ESPN's leagues more user friendly. Just a thought.
  38. 1 point
    Wyld Card

    Songfactors Football 2015

    I'm definitely in
  39. 1 point
    Carl

    New Boards!

    OK, we changed the setting so you should be able to login using either your email or username. Ray, in the upper-right corner you should be able to click for your profile info, and "logout" should be an option.
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    The Who kicked off the North American portion of its 50th anniversary tour tonight in Tampa, Florida. The British rock legends actually have two separate stateside legs scheduled for this year, with the first winding down May 30 in Forest Hills, New York, and the second running from a September 14 concert in San Diego through a November 4 show in Philadelphia. The trek, which has been dubbed The Who Hits 50! tour, is being viewed by some as “a nostalgia trip,” with the band looking back at its long history by playing a bevy of its classic songs, as well as a few select rarities. At a recent press event, The Who’s two surviving founding members, singer Roger Daltrey and guitarist Pete Townshend, had slightly differing views on how to characterize the tour. Daltrey agreed that the trek was “a nostalgia trip,” noting that when the band’s plays its old songs, it brings fans “back to the time when [they] first heard them.” He added, “I kind of accept all that now, and I’m very happy with the fact that we’ve been around this long, and can still do it and still do it well.” As for Townshend, he said he views the outing more as a multigenerational celebration, and not just simply a commemoration of the group hitting the half-century mark. Explained Pete, “It’s a celebration of the fact that when people gather together to be in the company of a band and their music, they’re celebrating not only their own experience but, you know, sometimes too this will be a grandfather who brings his son and his son’s wife and their children.” Townshend also maintained that he finds it “very poignant” that he and Daltrey are still performing together after so many years, while adding with a laugh, “On the other hand, it’s also a bit sad…You would have thought we’d find something better to do by now.” Speaking about what kind of set list fans can expect from the concerts, Daltrey noted, “We’re not gonna get away with not playing ‘Baba O’Riley.’ We’re not gonna get away without playing ‘Behind Blue Eyes’ and those ones. But it will be nice to do songs that we haven’t done.” Townshend added that tour will give them “the chance maybe to do a few things that are a bit different or a bit new, or we shall see.” Since The Who launched its 50th anniversary tour with a U.K. leg last November, the shows have indeed included some relatively obscure songs, such as the mini opera “A Quick One (While He’s Away),” “Slip Kid,” “So Sad About Us,” “The Seeker” and “Pictures of Lily.” American fans also likely will be treated to a few interesting gems. Both Daltrey and Townshend have insisted that The Who Hits 50! Tour will be the last major trek the band will do, although no final show has been scheduled yet. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts are serving as the opening act for nearly all of The Who’s 2015 North American concerts. Here’s a full list of the band’s stateside dates: Leg One 4/15 — Tampa, FL, Amalie Arena 4/17 — Miami, FL, AmericanAirlines Arena 4/19 — Jacksonville, FL, Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena 4/21 — Raleigh, NC, PNC Arena 4/23 — Duluth, GA, The Arena at Gwinnett Center 4/25 — New Orleans, LA, New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival* 4/27 — Austin, TX, Frank Erwin Center 4/29 — Houston, TX, Toyota Center 5/2 — Dallas, TX, American Airlines Center 5/5 — Kansas City, MO, Sprint Center 5/7 — St. Louis, MO, Scottrade Center 5/9 — Louisville, KY, KFC Yum! Arena 5/11 — Nashville, TN, Bridgestone Arena 5/13 — Rosemont, IL, Allstate Arena 5/15 — Columbus, OH, Nationwide Arena 5/17 — Philadelphia, PA, Wells Fargo Center 5/20 — Uniondale, NY, Nassau Coliseum 5/22 — Atlantic City, NJ, Boardwalk Hall 5/24 — Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena 5/26 — Brooklyn, NY, Barclays Center 5/30 — Forest Hills, NY, Forest Hills Stadium Leg Two 9/14 — San Diego, CA, Valley View Casino Center 9/16 — Anaheim, CA, Honda Center 9/19 — Las Vegas, NV, Colosseum at Caesars Palace* 9/21 — Los Angeles, CA, STAPLES Center 9/23 — Oakland, CA, Oracle Arena 9/25 — Portland, OR, Moda Center 9/27 — Seattle, WA, KeyArena 9/29 — Vancouver, BC, Canada, Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena 10/1 — Calgary, AB, Canada, Scotiabank Saddledome 10/3 — Edmonton, AB, Canada, Rexall Place 10/6 — Saskatoon, SK, Canada, SaskTel Centre 10/8 — Winnipeg, MB, Canada, MTS Centre 10/10 — Minneapolis, MN, Target Center 10/13 — Milwaukee, WI, BMO Harris Bradley Center 10/15 — Chicago, IL, United Center 10/17 — Detroit, MI, Joe Louis Arena 10/19 — Toronto, ON, Canada, Air Canada Centre 10/21 — Toronto, ON, Canada, Air Canada Centre 10/23 — Pittsburgh, PA, CONSOL Energy Center 10/25 — Newark, NJ, Prudential Center 10/27 — New York, NY, Madison Square Garden 10/29 — Boston, MA, TD Garden 11/1 — Washington, D.C., Verizon Center 11/4 — Philadelphia, PA, Wells Fargo Center * = Joan Jett & the Blackhearts will not perform at this show.
  41. 1 point
    CanAm

    Songfactor's Choice Top 10 #408

    Thank you. My memory is not what it once was.
  42. 1 point
    Danielj

    Jim Morrison

    I just finished reading No One Here Gets Out Alive, Jim Morrison's biography. Wonderful Read by the way. Anyway, just wondering about what people think about his death. No Autopsy, No Doctor or Police Signature, No-one saw his dead body but Pamela Courson. Apparently. Is he really dead?
  43. 1 point
    Wyld Card

    Songfactors' Choice: Suggestion Box

    I think the song idea would be easier, so we can just listen to the posted links. I don't know much about the past year in new music.
  44. 1 point
    Elvish

    Songfactors' Choice: Suggestion Box

    I like bios and autobios - love the acoustic idea concept albums solo albums
  45. 1 point
    Levis

    Songfactors' Choice: Suggestion Box

    ^ I was about to say something similar like - biographies or autobiographies
  46. 1 point
    TheLizard

    Songfactors' Choice: Suggestion Box

    Rock biographies, maybe?
  47. 1 point
    She Will Be Loved - Maroon 5 One of the superb songs of this generation.
  48. 1 point
    johnny

    Cave in Hall of Fame

    Incredible. Truely incredible.
  49. 1 point
    daslied

    Cave in Hall of Fame

    "Cave Enters Hall: Bad Seeds Left Behind" Possibly offensive.
  50. 1 point
    Catherine

    meaning of The First Cut Is The Deepest

    Rod Stewart does it better though!
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