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  • September 28, 2010
    Tom Petty continues to suffer from a sinus and throat infection and on his doctor’s advice the band is regretfully postponing tonight's concert at Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre in Chula Vista, CA for one week until Tuesday October 5. Tickets for tonight’s original date will be honored on October 5.

    The concert at the US Airways Center in Phoenix, AZ, which was to take place on September 26, has also been rescheduled and will now take place on Thursday October 7.

    Tom’s doctors have advised him not to perform for the next few days but expect that he will be fully recovered for shows
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  • September 27, 2010

    Buried Treasure Show #114, Season 5 / Show 16, aired September 23-27, 2010

    J.J. Cale I'm A Gypsy Man Troubadour
    The Animals Hey Gyp Retrospective
    Sonny Boy Williamson Checkin' Up On My Baby His Best
    Jimi Hendrix Drifting First Rays Of The New Rising Sun
    The Rascals Hold On See
    James Brown It's A Man's, Man's, Man's World 20 All-Time Greatest Hits
    Little Walter Up The Line The Essential Little Walter
    The Byrds The World Turns All Around Her Turn! Turn! Turn!
    Buffalo Springfield Pretty Girl Why Last Time Around
    Quicksilver Messenger Service Dino's Song Quicksilver Messenger Service
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  • September 27, 2010
    Check out guitar technician Alan Rogan taking some time to show us one of Scott Thurston's incredible guitars.

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  • September 26, 2010
    Unfortunately Tom Petty has developed a throat infection and his doctor has advised him that he shouldn't perform tonight.

    As a result we regret to announce that tonight's show at the US Airways Center in Phoenix, AZ has been postponed. We will have more information soon.

    As of now the Phoenix show is the only show impacted.

    The band sincerely apologizes to fans who were looking forward to the show tonight or who may be inconvenienced.
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  • September 25, 2010
    If you are able to print your ticket out at home, please do so. If you do, you can skip will call and go directly to the entrance.
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  • September 25, 2010
    Friday night at Houston's Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion was much the same way for Billy Gibbons, the 60-year-old Houston native and frontman for ZZ Top. A few songs into their set, Gibbons introduced his mother, Lorraine, who appeared onstage to thunderous applause and blew a kiss to her son.

    That Little ol' Band from Texas dusted off classics including "Waiting on the Bus," "Tush," "La Grange" and "Legs" before gathering at the front of the stage for a bow amid a standing ovation.

    For the full review of the Houston show, set list, photos and more click here. Please leave your
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  • September 24, 2010
    Tom grinned at the capacity crowd in the beautiful BOK Center before launching into the opening chords of "American Girl" on his blonde Rickenbacker.

    Two teenage blonde girls in the front row shrieked with delight as they recognized the melody of the Heartbreaker hit. A few rows behind them, three college-aged guys bobbed their heads along to the beat while trading smiles and high-fives. A few seats away, an older couple swayed to the music in each others arms, exchanging smiles and knowing glances.

    For the full review of the Tulsa show, set list, photos and more click here. Please
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  • September 24, 2010
    "What a beautiful night for rock 'n roll!" Tom said as he stepped to the microphone after "I Won't Back Down." What a beautiful night indeed. After a sexy, drawn-out version of "Breakdown," Tom introduced the band. Following Mike Campbell's intro, a gorgeous brunette waltzed out instead of Chinner, Mike’s guitar tech, to deliver his Gibson Les Paul for "Jefferson Jericho Blues." Wide grins and laughs spread across the stage as band members stared in Mike's direction with envy.

    Without missing a beat, Tom stepped to the mike, glanced back at Mike and said, "Man, I need a new guitar stand!"
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  • September 24, 2010
    Chinner shows another of Mike's guitars. This Gretsch is used on 'I Won't Back Down'.

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  • September 22, 2010
    Tom Petty is showing his support for The Blues Foundation by signing some of his albums to be used in E-bay auctions to raise money for The Blues Foundation. The first autographed album The Blues Foundation is offering is an autographed LP of Hard Promises. Click here.

    Hurry though--bidding ends on September 25 at 05:36:15 PDT

    The Blues Foundation is Memphis-based, but world-renown as THE organization dedicated to preserving our blues music history, celebrating recording and performance excellence, supporting blues education and ensuring the future of this uniquely American art form.
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