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Old 01-06-2019, 11:39 AM
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Those spur of the moment concerts happen sometimes. If I'm not mistaken, I think all four Chambers Bros may still be living.
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Let's hope their time won't come today.
And my soul's been psychedelicized.
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Old 01-07-2019, 08:32 AM
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And my soul's been psychedelicized.
Howling and cowbell .
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Those spur of the moment concerts happen sometimes. If I'm not mistaken, I think all four Chambers Bros may still be living.
Brian Keenan the original drummer died in 1985. The four brothers are still alive and according to Wiki, they have performed as recently as 2016 and 2017 in Los Angeles.
If they came to NYC I would be there for certain.
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I knew Brian Keenan died, but the four brothers survive.
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Reading your list reminded me I had not heard one of my old favorites for a very long time.
Went to YouTube and found it live.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsBwBct0_5U
Always loved this song...but it needs more cow bell. LOL
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Always loved this song...but it needs more cow bell. LOL
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The Chambers Brothers will be playing at the 2019 Lockin' Festival in Arrington, VA on Friday, August 23. They will be playing with MoonAlice. MoonAlice was originally a rotating group of musicians. I saw them in a 200 person club in Arlington, VA. At the time the lineup included G.E. Smith (Saturday Night Live band leader, ex Mr. Gilda Radner), Jack Casady (Jefferson Airplane, Hot Tuna) and Pete Sears (Jefferson Airplane, Rod Stewart, John Lee Hooker). The band is now Sears along with 3 other musicians. They were known from the beginning as a band that created a concert poster for every single show. They were similar to Fillmore posters, printed on about 18x24 cardstock and were free. They were the first band to twittercast a concert and they have live streamed almost every concert since 2010.
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Peter Tork of The Monkees died yesterday, so allow me to share a story. In the summer of 1967, I took a tour around the country, traveling with kids my age mostly by bus and train. Sometime in August we landed in Houston, and since this was a kind of an upscale trip, we checked into the Shamrock Hilton Hotel.

Also staying there at the same time were the Monkees, as they were on tour and had a concert in Houston the next night. I remember seeing the band roaming around the lobby, as well as Mickey Dolenz lounging by the pool.

Our group was able to see that concert, and what I best remember was they could play well enough and sing well enough despite not really being a true rock band. It was a fun concert and a great memory.

Rock trivia: When the Monkees tour began in July, for the first few weeks they had a relatively unknown trio open for them. This was a band who had to date a little traction in England, but were pretty much new in the States. Their name was the Jimi Hendrix Experience.

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Chambers Brothers / love piece and happiness
Trapeze / Jury
Buffalo Springfield / Kind Lady
Rare Earth / MA
Mountain / Nantucket Sliegh Ride
Grand Funk / TNUC
13th Floor Elevators / slip inside this house
Jethro Tull / Nothing is easy
Chicago./ Beginnings
Traffic / fourty thousand headmen
T Rex / Jeep
Moody Blues / The Actor
Steppenwolf / Jupiter child
Thin Lizzy / genocide
Iron Butterfly / In the Time of our lives
Blackfoot / Highway Song
Pat Travers / Susie
Rory Galagher / Shadow Play
Deep Purple / Black Knight
Stephen Stills / tree top flyer
Charlie Daniels / Still in Saigon
Kinks / Well Respected Man

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