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08.30.2014 - Hershey, PA

Set lists from the 2014 tour (This One’s For You)

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Re: 08.30.2014 - Hershey, PA

Post by FunkHouse9 » September 1, 2014 8:04 pm

Saltx3 wrote:Kevin and I were at Hershey -- it's about 30 minutes from our home so we could hardly pass it by.

This was our 4th show this summer -- our most ever.

We have nothing bad to say about the entire experience. We paid the same price to see Jimmy fly solo as we did to see 2 new bands -- and all 3 were incredible. Were there some things we would not like to have heard? Yup. Were there things we would love to have heard? Yup. But, we won't bad mouth something that we chose to partake in....our choice, our decision.

We met Garry/Wino for the first time and got to catch up with many more who made the trek from New England.

Our summer is now complete -- THANKS TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS AND BN FAMILY!!!

YOU ROCK !!!
I think Garry would have been worth the price of admission alone.
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Re: 08.30.2014 - Hershey, PA

Post by lime rickie » September 1, 2014 8:12 pm

FunkHouse9 wrote:
Saltx3 wrote:Kevin and I were at Hershey -- it's about 30 minutes from our home so we could hardly pass it by.

This was our 4th show this summer -- our most ever.

We have nothing bad to say about the entire experience. We paid the same price to see Jimmy fly solo as we did to see 2 new bands -- and all 3 were incredible. Were there some things we would not like to have heard? Yup. Were there things we would love to have heard? Yup. But, we won't bad mouth something that we chose to partake in....our choice, our decision.

We met Garry/Wino for the first time and got to catch up with many more who made the trek from New England.

Our summer is now complete -- THANKS TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS AND BN FAMILY!!!

YOU ROCK !!!
I think Garry would have been worth the price of admission alone.
That depends...did he have that sweet little dog with him? :lol: :P
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Re: 08.30.2014 - Hershey, PA

Post by sistergoldenhair » September 1, 2014 10:00 pm

Saltx3 wrote:Kevin and I were at Hershey -- it's about 30 minutes from our home so we could hardly pass it by.

This was our 4th show this summer -- our most ever.

We have nothing bad to say about the entire experience. We paid the same price to see Jimmy fly solo as we did to see 2 new bands -- and all 3 were incredible. Were there some things we would not like to have heard? Yup. Were there things we would love to have heard? Yup. But, we won't bad mouth something that we chose to partake in....our choice, our decision.

We met Garry/Wino for the first time and got to catch up with many more who made the trek from New England.

Our summer is now complete -- THANKS TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS AND BN FAMILY!!!

YOU ROCK !!!
Mike and I had a blast at each of the shows. Hershey was fun the entire day, from meeting my sensei ("the" sp), Garry, Otis and Lavina Gudlyfe for the first time at the caravan meet-up, to helping Andrea and Linda supervise the ice luge, trying to keep Duckett from pawing at the girls that Bill was painting, watching Big John hawk his tiki bar to the ladeez, and all of the other BN peeps floating back and forth through our rather spread out tailgate! Trying to figure out which hotel we booked, the concert itself was fun for us, and afterwards back at the lot, watching my pals scarf down corned beef sandwiches! Now, the traffic getting out was not fun, but hey, it's all part of the game. Yes, it's been quite a summer, and we have many fond memories to keep us warm on those frozen Jersey days and nights! Party on, Garth.
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Re: 08.30.2014 - Hershey, PA

Post by tigzoe » September 2, 2014 12:13 am

sistergoldenhair wrote:
Saltx3 wrote:Kevin and I were at Hershey -- it's about 30 minutes from our home so we could hardly pass it by.

This was our 4th show this summer -- our most ever.

We have nothing bad to say about the entire experience. We paid the same price to see Jimmy fly solo as we did to see 2 new bands -- and all 3 were incredible. Were there some things we would not like to have heard? Yup. Were there things we would love to have heard? Yup. But, we won't bad mouth something that we chose to partake in....our choice, our decision.

We met Garry/Wino for the first time and got to catch up with many more who made the trek from New England.

Our summer is now complete -- THANKS TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS AND BN FAMILY!!!

YOU ROCK !!!
Mike and I had a blast at each of the shows. Hershey was fun the entire day, from meeting my sensei ("the" sp), Garry, Otis and Lavina Gudlyfe for the first time at the caravan meet-up, to helping Andrea and Linda supervise the ice luge, trying to keep Duckett from pawing at the girls that Bill was painting, watching Big John hawk his tiki bar to the ladeez, and all of the other BN peeps floating back and forth through our rather spread out tailgate! Trying to figure out which hotel we booked, the concert itself was fun for us, and afterwards back at the lot, watching my pals scarf down corned beef sandwiches! Now, the traffic getting out was not fun, but hey, it's all part of the game. Yes, it's been quite a summer, and we have many fond memories to keep us warm on those frozen Jersey days and nights! Party on, Garth.
Conversation on the way back from ZBB...

tailgatingph "When we get home, we can have some ham sandwiches."
tig "What I really want is more of that corned beef."
tailgatingph "It's with Colleen."
tig "oh :(" (disclaimer..she couldn't see me frowning because it was dark and I was driving)
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Re: 08.30.2014 - Hershey, PA

Post by sistergoldenhair » September 2, 2014 6:14 am

tigzoe wrote:
sistergoldenhair wrote:
Saltx3 wrote:Kevin and I were at Hershey -- it's about 30 minutes from our home so we could hardly pass it by.

This was our 4th show this summer -- our most ever.

We have nothing bad to say about the entire experience. We paid the same price to see Jimmy fly solo as we did to see 2 new bands -- and all 3 were incredible. Were there some things we would not like to have heard? Yup. Were there things we would love to have heard? Yup. But, we won't bad mouth something that we chose to partake in....our choice, our decision.

We met Garry/Wino for the first time and got to catch up with many more who made the trek from New England.

Our summer is now complete -- THANKS TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS AND BN FAMILY!!!

YOU ROCK !!!
Mike and I had a blast at each of the shows. Hershey was fun the entire day, from meeting my sensei ("the" sp), Garry, Otis and Lavina Gudlyfe for the first time at the caravan meet-up, to helping Andrea and Linda supervise the ice luge, trying to keep Duckett from pawing at the girls that Bill was painting, watching Big John hawk his tiki bar to the ladeez, and all of the other BN peeps floating back and forth through our rather spread out tailgate! Trying to figure out which hotel we booked, the concert itself was fun for us, and afterwards back at the lot, watching my pals scarf down corned beef sandwiches! Now, the traffic getting out was not fun, but hey, it's all part of the game. Yes, it's been quite a summer, and we have many fond memories to keep us warm on those frozen Jersey days and nights! Party on, Garth.
Conversation on the way back from ZBB...

tailgatingph "When we get home, we can have some ham sandwiches."
tig "What I really want is more of that corned beef."
tailgatingph "It's with Colleen."
tig "oh :(" (disclaimer..she couldn't see me frowning because it was dark and I was driving)
Not one scrap made it back to Jersey! Hugs! [smilie=hearts.gif] [smilie=hearts.gif]
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Re: 08.30.2014 - Hershey, PA

Post by LIPH » September 2, 2014 9:17 am

I'm not a big corned beef fan but that was some tasty meat.
what I really mean . . . I wish you were here

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Re: 08.30.2014 - Hershey, PA

Post by sistergoldenhair » September 2, 2014 6:09 pm

LIPH wrote:I'm not a big corned beef fan but that was some tasty meat.
You do have a way with words!
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Re: 08.30.2014 - Hershey, PA

Post by tigzoe » September 2, 2014 8:25 pm

sistergoldenhair wrote:
LIPH wrote:I'm not a big corned beef fan but that was some tasty meat.
You do have a way with words!
If it was Mike's meat, I might need therapy.
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