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    I was there many years ago before the truck and statue were put there. We took pictures but God knows where they are now.
    Wow - 40 years for TLR. HT is my favorite song on the album. Dreamer, you are so right - Glenn is missed so much.

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    I'm so thankful I got to see it two years ago! Standing on the corner in Winslow, Arizona was a bucket list moment for me, let alone that I got to see Glenn's memorial there too!
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    The first time I saw Glenn was when he played at the Troubadour. The next time I saw him it was with Don playing in Linda's band. It was a great time for music back then. The Troubadour, Whiskey A Go Go, Rose Room and many I can't even remember now.

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    What a wonderful time! Was Glenn with Longbranch Pennywhistle, or by himself? I've wondered if he ever worked solo in the early days. Any details of those early shows would be appreciated!😁
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scamp View Post
    The first time I saw Glenn was when he played at the Troubadour. The next time I saw him it was with Don playing in Linda's band. It was a great time for music back then. The Troubadour, Whiskey A Go Go, Rose Room and many I can't even remember now.
    Oh wow, Scamp! To get to see them way back then would have been so awesome! I can't even.......
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    Wow, that's incredible!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scamp View Post
    The first time I saw Glenn was when he played at the Troubadour. The next time I saw him it was with Don playing in Linda's band. It was a great time for music back then. The Troubadour, Whiskey A Go Go, Rose Room and many I can't even remember now.
    I saw Linda Ronstadt at UC Riverside gym back in the day. Glenn & Don were her back up band. Those were the very best of times and it was so great to be growing up in Southern California.

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    Those of you who saw those early shows are so lucky. Heck, as many of you may know, even though they were always my favorite band, I never saw them at all until 2003. I tried my best after that to make up for lost time after that, but you can't really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scamp View Post
    The first time I saw Glenn was when he played at the Troubadour. The next time I saw him it was with Don playing in Linda's band. It was a great time for music back then. The Troubadour, Whiskey A Go Go, Rose Room and many I can't even remember now.
    Wow Scamp & MarthaJo - I am . I think I can say we would all loved to seen them in those early days. You both were so lucky and such great memories !

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreyFollower View Post
    What a wonderful time! Was Glenn with Longbranch Pennywhistle, or by himself? I've wondered if he ever worked solo in the early days. Any details of those early shows would be appreciated!😁
    He was with Longbranch Pennywhistle. I don't recall ever seeing him solo but that doesn't mean he may have played solo at one time. After he and Don left Linda she had Waddie as a guitar player and back up singer.

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