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The Music / Re: 20th Anniversary of Tennessee Fire
« Last post by APR on Jan 10, 2019, 06:34 PM »
Optimistic prediction...they want to release the live album too, and it’d make more sense to release that first to promote the “tour.” Then release TTF and play a bunch of those tunes at red rocks to promote that and celebrate the anniversary.

More likely prediction: both albums scrapped, tour cancelled, Jim solo album announced.

You're thinking an additional Jim solo album?

One of the 2019 "tour" announcements hinted about playing old songs, but I don't know the direct quote.  It was from their twitter feed.   That has got to be even more likely now that TT release date is pushed back.   It Still Moves reissue came out just prior to the Red Rocks 216 shows, and while they played a ton from that album, they skipped Rollin' Back, which continues to irk me as I have yet to see that one live.

It said "can't wait to get back on the road next summer and dig deep into the catalog." I hope they play most of TTF (if not all), but I feel like with there only being three shows that spending one show on TTF in full wouldn't feel great-would much rather them mix the songs throughout the two nights.

With the timing of the shows being now related to TFF's re-release, I'd expect Red Rocks to get the whole album played across the two nights (not in a row, but all songs played over two nights), with Forest Hills getting a TFF-heavy greatest hits type setlist.  Just my prediction here.

I like that prediction.  Another insane Picture of You would be perfection.  That 2016 version from RR was one of the greatest things I have ever heard in person. 
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Other Music / Re: Shows that are coming up
« Last post by Mr. White on Jan 10, 2019, 06:14 PM »
01/12/2019 - Louisville Rock Lottery - Headliners - Louisville - Might go to the Louisville Rock Lottery this Saturday (It is supposed to snow a bit though, and I would have to drive 55 miles one way). I went last year and had a good time. This year, a member of Wax Fang will be involved (probably Scott Carney), a member of VHS or Beta (probably Craig Pfunder), a member of Maiden Radio (probably Julia Purcell since Joan Shelley and Cheyenne Mize played it last year - I went to that one), a member of Jim's Solo Band (probably Dave Givan), and lots more Louisville talent.

02/19/2019 - Carl Broemel (with Tyler Ramsey) - The Burl - Lexington

04/16/2019 - Jeff Tweedy - Headliners Music Hall - Louisville

04/20/2019 - Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit (Opener - Son Volt) - Iroquois Amphitheater - Louisville

07/13/2019 - John Prine - Lu-Ray Amphitheater - Central City, Muhlenberg County, Kentucky
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Other Music / Re: Shows that are coming up
« Last post by Mr. White on Jan 10, 2019, 06:05 PM »
01/09/2019 - Amanda Shires - WFPK Winter Wednesday -  Holy Trinity Clifton Campus - Louisville

02/19/2019 - Carl Broemel (with Tyler Ramsey) - The Burl - Lexington

04/20/2019 - Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit (Opener - Son Volt) - Iroquois Amphitheater - Louisville

07/13/2019 - John Prine - Lu-Ray Amphitheater - Central City, Muhlenberg County, Kentucky

That makes 2019 much more enjoyable for sure!!  All great shows.  Interested in that Carl show with Tyler Ramsey, curious if they'll play just solo or if they'll play together.  I'm thinking a mix of both. 

I think I read that they would be collaborating some during each other's sets. The way they are advertising it, it seems Ramsey is the headliner, but I think they will be doing equal sets (I hope).

Saw Amanda Shires last night for the first time. She did a wonderful job! Her set lasted about 1 hour and 7 minutes (local opening act was Bendigo Fletcher).
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The Shows / Re: Summer Tour 2019 (3 shows total)
« Last post by Hoptimus Prime on Jan 10, 2019, 03:16 PM »
Gregory Alan Isakov and Mountain Man booked for the Sunday after RR, tickets on sale tomorrow.  Wonderful news for folks traveling in like myself...  Should be a good show.
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The Music / Re: 20th Anniversary of Tennessee Fire
« Last post by sillyboob on Jan 10, 2019, 02:59 PM »
Optimistic prediction...they want to release the live album too, and it’d make more sense to release that first to promote the “tour.” Then release TTF and play a bunch of those tunes at red rocks to promote that and celebrate the anniversary.

More likely prediction: both albums scrapped, tour cancelled, Jim solo album announced.

You're thinking an additional Jim solo album?

One of the 2019 "tour" announcements hinted about playing old songs, but I don't know the direct quote.  It was from their twitter feed.   That has got to be even more likely now that TT release date is pushed back.   It Still Moves reissue came out just prior to the Red Rocks 216 shows, and while they played a ton from that album, they skipped Rollin' Back, which continues to irk me as I have yet to see that one live.

It said "can't wait to get back on the road next summer and dig deep into the catalog." I hope they play most of TTF (if not all), but I feel like with there only being three shows that spending one show on TTF in full wouldn't feel great-would much rather them mix the songs throughout the two nights.

With the timing of the shows being now related to TFF's re-release, I'd expect Red Rocks to get the whole album played across the two nights (not in a row, but all songs played over two nights), with Forest Hills getting a TFF-heavy greatest hits type setlist.  Just my prediction here.
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Other Music / Re: Phish
« Last post by millerjustin on Jan 10, 2019, 02:04 PM »
we are def hitting SPAC (20 mins from my house), Fenway, Mohegan and Dicks (don't miss JRAD at RR that Thursday!!)

YEMSG was a rager this year!  slow Friday but Saturday was a top show for me (well over 100+, but I don't count)  Sunday and NYE were phenomenal too - loved the gag - was sitting right over Mike's shoulder in 110
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Off-Topic Ramblings / Re: NFL 2018
« Last post by Murph on Jan 10, 2019, 01:48 PM »
Adam F%*$ing Gase?!!  Really??
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The Music / Re: 20th Anniversary of Tennessee Fire
« Last post by jttouch2 on Jan 10, 2019, 12:41 PM »
Optimistic prediction...they want to release the live album too, and it’d make more sense to release that first to promote the “tour.” Then release TTF and play a bunch of those tunes at red rocks to promote that and celebrate the anniversary.

More likely prediction: both albums scrapped, tour cancelled, Jim solo album announced.

You're thinking an additional Jim solo album?

One of the 2019 "tour" announcements hinted about playing old songs, but I don't know the direct quote.  It was from their twitter feed.   That has got to be even more likely now that TT release date is pushed back.   It Still Moves reissue came out just prior to the Red Rocks 216 shows, and while they played a ton from that album, they skipped Rollin' Back, which continues to irk me as I have yet to see that one live.
I was being sarcastic but sadly I wouldn’t be surprised at this point.

There's still that recorded suite of music with the Louisville Orchestra that was promised a release
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Other Music / Re: Phish
« Last post by ericm on Jan 10, 2019, 11:29 AM »
Damn, Eric, you have gotten soft! I should get out there and make you drive that Caddy up and down the eastern seaboard again.  :wink: :grin:

Haha,you may be right about that! I prefer to think it's wiser and more selective.  :wink:  :grin:

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The Tapings / Jim James - 11/12/18 McKittrick Hotel NYC
« Last post by CountSA on Jan 10, 2019, 11:27 AM »
WFUV Stream at the bottom of the page: http://www.wfuv.org/content/jim-james-mckittrick-hotel-2018

1. Changing World
2. I’m Amazed
3. You Get To Rome
4. Just A Fool
5. The World’s Smiling Now
6. All In Your Head
7. Over and Over
8. Here In Spirit

Enjoy
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