As some of you may have heard, Mike Campbell fainted due to heat exhaustion towards the end of last night's show in Maryland Heights, MO. The show was stopped for approximately ten minutes and Mike returned to play another three songs with the band.
Mike is feeling better today but is seeing doctors as a precaution. Mike sincerely thanks fans for their well wishes.
July 18, 2010Soon after taking the stage, Tom promised the capacity crowd that they would have some serious fun on this Saturday night. "We're gonna raise hell here in Chicago," he said. Well it didn't take long before total pandemonium erupted inside the giant packed arena with the opening of "Free Fallin.'" Rare are the songs that can be identified within the first few notes, but "Free Fallin'" is definitely one of them. Never fails to produce goose bumps... Comments
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July 17, 2010Anticipation was peaking in the minutes before the band took the stage in Cincinnati. "Oh Well" served as the catalyst tonight, the song's dark, dirty mojo igniting the thousands under the roof at Riverbend. "Honey Bee" stoked the flame, the Wildflowers deep cut blowing blues swagger into the mix. "Refugee" was the burning point as the thousands of sweaty Heartbreakers fans crammed into this concrete crucible screamed along with Tom to the song's memorable chorus. Comments
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July 14, 2010Buried Treasure show #104, Season 5/Show 6, for broadcast December 24-28, 2009 Comments
Lonesome Sundown I'm A Young Man I'm A Mojo Man
The Beatles Doctor Robert Revolver (Remastered)
John Mayall Steppin' Out Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton
Little Walter My Babe His Best
The Beau Brummels Don't Talk To Strangers Volume 2
Elvis Presley Shake, Rattle And Roll Elvis 56
Jerry Lee Lewis Honey Hush Killer: The Mercury Years Volume III - 1973-1977
Regina Spektor Laughing With Far
Leonard Cohen Everybody Knows (live) Live In London
The Stooges I Wanna Be Your Dog The Stooges
July 14, 2010In celebration of last month's release of Mojo, fans across the country and around the world hosted home-grown Mojo listening parties. They took place at local watering holes, restaurants, and fans' homes, both inside and outdoors. Comments
The parties were a huge success. People had a blast!
We have received photos, written recaps, and videos from many of the parties and wanted to share them with you. We sure enjoyed going through everything and are excited to share with you now.
Have a look at the listening parties in our brand new community area. Leave a comment. Enjoy.
Many thanks to all the
July 14, 2010We are happy to present our new Community area which has been upgraded, redesigned and integrated into the rest of TomPetty.com. Comments
Here are some of the key new features the community has to offer:
The new community lets you keep your TomPetty.com display name and community name consistent. Once you are logged into TomPetty.com you are already logged into the community area. No need to have 2 different log in credentials like you do for the old community area.
The new community area makes it easier to share photos and photo galleries.
July 13, 2010"Good Enough" has always been good enough, but tonight in Kansas City, the band treated the excited Sprint Center to an absolutely explosive version that is certain to be the benchmark for this tour. Comments
From note one, ï¿½Cherry,ï¿½ Mike's ï¿½59 Gibson Les Paul Reissue, was at the forefront, spitting solo after sinister solo over Ron and Steve's solid rhythm and Benmont's Hammond B3 organ swells.
For the full review of the KC show, set list, photos and more click here. Please leave your own review. If you have pictures to share you can upload those too!
July 13, 2010While we were in Noblesville (Indianapolis) for the show at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater last weekend we stopped by the wonderful Sleepy Bear Campground for a tour. Comments
Check out the video for a look at a true legend of the concert touring community!
July 11, 2010Hundreds of pictures of the artists who have graced the stage of Verizon Wireless Music Center in Noblesville, IN line the backstage wall, serving as a constant reminder of the incredible history of the amphitheatre known best by its former name, Deer Creek. Perhaps the most infamous night here was in July 1995 when thousands of fans crashed the gates to get into a Grateful Dead concert, birthing the ubiquitous "Gatecrashers Suck" stickers. Comments
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