Discussion in 'Music' started by DYohn, Aug 26, 2010.
Seatrain arose from the ashes of the Blues Project. I saw one of their shows and they were very good. But they made a mistake in choosing a local band from Spartanburg to open for them: the Marshall Tucker Band. Toy Caldwell proceeded to return to the stage for yet another encore even after the rest of the Tuckers collapsed. And so it goes.
I was fortunate to see a show in the late 80's with Elvin Bishop, The MTB and the Allman Brothers on the same bill. Also doing sets were Wet Willie who I missed and the Outlaws who bored me so I went for beers. :). Marshall Tucker Band were in my opinion the cream of the crop in terms of what they did on stage that day.
The mid-80's defined in both looks and sound...
Well, somebody watched misery a few too many times.
It's got a good beat, easy to dance to, I give it a 92.
Yes, he waves and says "Hi Mom".
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