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  • August 30, 2010
    25,000 feet above Buffalo and more than an hour after the last notes rang out at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center, and Tom Petty is still buzzing about the show.

    For the full review of the Darien Lake 2 show, set list, photos and more click here. Please leave your own review. If you have pictures to share you can upload those too! (Make sure your photos are 400k or smaller and end in .jpg not .jpeg .

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  • August 30, 2010
    Nearly half a century ago, Duane La Fleche proposed in his weekly column in the Albany Times Union that the New York Philharmonic eschew an offer to make its summer residence in Stowe, Vermont and instead set up shop in Saratoga Springs. "It seems very wrong," La Fleche wrote, "that a New York orchestra should have to look outside the State for a summer residence. Wouldn't the State Reservation at Saratoga Springs make a nice location?"

    For the full review of the Saratoga Springs show, set list, photos and more click here. Please leave your own review.
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  • August 29, 2010
    You have seen the video clips featuring members of the Heartbreakers' road crew. We'd like to take the interviews with crew members even deeper and want your help. What questions do you have for road crew members about their work and what it takes to put on a show and a tour?

    Send us any questions you may have and some will be chosen to be answered on TomPetty.com by the relevant crew members.

    Please enter your questions as a comment below.



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  • August 27, 2010
    Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers are among the most "American" of bands in the history of rock 'n roll, but that doesn't dissuade folks north of the border from being amongst the Heartbreakers' most ardent fans. The Canadian shows on the Mojo tour have been excellent, and Toronto may have been best among them.

    For the full review of the Toronto show, set list, photos and more click here. Please leave your own review. If you have pictures to share you can upload those too! (Make sure your photos are 400k or smaller and end in .jpg not .jpeg .
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  • August 27, 2010
    Have Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers played a meaningful part of your life in some way? If so, you could win a pair of tickets to an upcoming show by participating in our homemade video contest.

    Create a maximum 3-minute video about a memorable moment in your life where Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers played a part. Maybe you heard one of their songs at just the right time? Or you have an unforgettable experience to share from one of their concerts? Or maybe there's something in your life that always reminds you of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers? It could be anything!

    Get creative with
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  • August 25, 2010
    With Tom sporting a long black duster jacket, the Heartbreakers took the stage promptly at nine o'clock and proceeded to pulverize the packed Izod Center with a blistering set of hits, deep cuts, covers and new songs off Mojo. "Mary Jane's Last Dance" stewed and simmered to a boil, but the highlight of the night may have been the guitar interplay between Mike Campebll and Scott Thurston on an explosive "I Should Have Known It."

    For the full review of the East Rutherford show, set list, photos and more click here. Please leave your own review.
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  • August 25, 2010
    ...with that, Tom Petty tore into the rollicking guitar riff for Chuck Berry's "Carol," the first surprise of the band's second night at the sold-out Comcast Center outside Boston. Typically slotted for encores, "Carol" appearing in the first half of the show should have served as a not-so-subtle hint that Tom and the band were ready to rock.

    For the full review of the Boston show, set list, photos and more click here. Please leave your own review. If you have pictures to share you can upload those too! (Make sure your photos are 400k or smaller and end in .jpg not .jpeg .
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  • August 19, 2010
    Buried Treasure Show #109 (repeat), Season 5 / Show 11, airs August 19-23, 2010

    Chuck Berry Roll Over Beethoven Gold
    Arthur Alexander Anna (Go To Him) The Greatest
    Larry Williams Slow Down Bad Boy
    Chuck Berry Route 66 Blues
    Little Richard Long Tall Sally The Very Best of Little Richard
    Barbara Lynn Oh! Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin') The Jamie Singles Collection 1962-1965
    The Cookies Chains Chains
    Muddy Waters I Can't Be Satisfied The Anthology 1947-1972
    Howlin' Wolf The Red Rooster His Best
    Buddy Holly Not Fade Away Gold
    Buddy Holly Words Of Love Gold
    Carl Perkins Everybody's Trying To Be
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  • August 19, 2010
    Tonight in Hartford, I happened to be walking by Crosby, Stills and Nash's dressing room a few minutes before they went on and was treated to an a cappella rendition of "Woodstock" as the legendary trio warmed up their voices.

    The doorway next to theirs opened and out walked Tom, Mike and Benmont, peaking their heads around the corner like little kids wanting to steal a glimpse before Tom nodded at their vocal practice session and said, "I think that's gonna work out just fine." Priceless.

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