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    Stompin' Tom Connors dies at 77

    Peculiar, even bizarre, fellow. But a very successful solo performer and something of an icon in Canada.


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    Originally posted by senorblues;
    ... But if it's all about familiarity, then maybe I should avoid rooms that hire guitars. There's no point in doing Creedence, Zep, Buffet, etc. all night.

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    the only one I 've ever heard of his...

    and, not to steal his thunder, but an RIP to Alvin Lee as well.


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    Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally used up and worn out, shouting '...man, what a ride!'
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    • pogo97
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      daddymack wrote:


      the only one I 've ever heard of his...


      Yes, well, they're kind of all like that. With some exceptions. Most of the rest are place-oriented (Sudbury Saturday Night, Tillsonberg) so they don't travel so well. This one is not place-specific and typically direct.