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    Thank You, Rudie!

    Hope you enjoyed yourself at the show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightMistBlue View Post
    Thanks, Rudie! You rock! Was the opening act J.S. Ondara and if so, what did you think of him?
    Thanks, NMB! No, I didn't get to see JS Ondara. I had to miss the opening act because I was stuck at some pre-interview social and just had to book it in time to see Lindsey. I wasn't digging his songs from what I had listened to on YouTube, but I did like "American Dream" because it had the percussion. The videos that I had seen of him live was usually him with just a guitar and it was kind of dull.

    But, I do like this song that I mentioned.



    He sings pretty well, imo.

    Also, thank you Dreamer!

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    Thank you, Rudie. I like that song too; he has an intriguing sound. His tenor has a slightly androgynous quality like young Lindsey.

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    Thank you so much, Rudie. This makes me even more excited for my show!

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    Which show are you going to, Soda. Are you going to the show in Birmingham or is their a show closer by. Is he going to be in Memphis or Nashville?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shunlvswx View Post
    Which show are you going to, Soda. Are you going to the show in Birmingham or is their a show closer by. Is he going to be in Memphis or Nashville?
    The Birmingham show. There's no closer show, I'm afraid.

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    Youíll never guess the pre-show music theyíre playing at the Lindsey Buckingham concert tonight -Neil Finn! Someone has a sense of humor.

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    LOL! Oh man!

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    I could NOT believe it. Then before Lindsey came out, they played that solo classical guitar that Iíve heard before Fleetwood Mac shows but that no one seems to know who it is. Iím semi-convinced now that itís Lindsey. Youíll love the show. His voice is very strong and his guitar virtuososity is overwhelming.

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    J.S. Ondara got a very good response from the audience. Weirdly, he did not play "American Dream," which I presume is his best-known song. His set could have benefited from a more upbeat number, as the songs he played were all slow and sad and concerning relationship troubles. Overheard in the ladies' room: "He's very talented but he needs a nicer girlfriend."

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