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    September 18, 2014

    “U Get Me High” is shaping into the big rocker on this tour that Tom and the guys envisioned when they recorded it for Hypnotic Eye.

     

    Usually slotted in the set list about halfway through the show, the current single off the new album gets the crowd moving and singing along. Michael Brown, the tour’s lighting designer, has created a technicolor rainbow look for it that vibes well with the lyrics and music. It’s quickly becoming a fan favorite.

     

    So You Want To Be A Rock ‘n Roll Star (The Byrds cover)

    Mary Jane's Last Dance

    American Dream Plan B

    Into The Great Wide Open

    Forgotten Man

    I Won't

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    September 16, 2014
    Ever since it hit the setlist a few weeks back, “A Woman In Love (It’s Not Me)” has been an absolute showstopper.
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    September 16, 2014
    “Well, fellas, let’s go get ‘em,” Tom said as the band assembled in the hallway outside their dressing rooms. “It’s our party tonight.”
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  • Find the playlist and streaming link from this week's Buried Treasure Show below!

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    September 12, 2014

    A little rain and some scattered lightning couldn't keep Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers from rocking their headlining slot at the Lockn festival on Saturday night.

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    September 12, 2014

    A few minutes prior to show time, Tom stepped out of his dressing room to find Steve Winwood walking back to his bus after hisopening set.

     

    The two old friends stopped to catch up and share a laugh about Lockn andthe weather delay the day before.

     

    "I heard you were playing with Widespread Panic, but there was actual widespread panic out there," Tom said with a laugh. "Everything got alittle crazy for a little while there."

     

    Order was restored Sunday night as the tour hit Darien Lake, one of few outdoor amphitheater shows of the tour.

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  • Find the playlist and streaming link from this week's Buried Treasure Show below!
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    September 05, 2014

    Fenway Park
    Boston, MA
    August 30, 2014
     
    Half an hour before show time, Richard Fernanadez stepped up the staircase at stage left and looked out over Boston’s Fenway Park.
     
    “I’ve been with these guys for a long, long time, and this is the biggest headlining gig outside of a festival I’ve ever done with ‘em,” the long-time Heartbreakers tour manager said as he looked out over the 36,000-plus that gathered in one of America’s most famed baseball cathedrals.
     
    And did Tom and the guys ever deliver!

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    September 02, 2014

    Cumberland County Civic Center
    Portland, ME
    August 31, 2014

     
    Sometimes the best shows of a tour come in the unlikeliest of places.
     
    A Sunday show in Portland, Maine after an insane, sold-out show at Boston’s historic Fenway Park may have appeared at face to be a potential anti-climatic pitfall, but Tom and the guys sensed the intimacy of the gig and room and brought it full-bore to the capacity crowd in Maine.
     
    So You Want To Be A Rock ‘n Roll Star (The Byrds cover)
    Mary Jane's Last Dance
    American Dream Plan B
    Into The Great Wide Open
    Listen to Her Heart
    Forgotten Man
    I Won't Back Down
    Free Fallin'
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    August 28, 2014

    Bell Centre
    Montreal, QC
    August 28, 2014

     
    For their last show in Canada, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers brought their A-game to Montreal’s Bell Centre, feeding of the French-Canadian crowd’s energy to play one of the best shows of the Hypnotic Eye tour to date.
     
    “A Woman In Love (It’s Not Me)” is quickly becoming a mid-show staple on this run. It’s a dynamic tune that features multiple band members and has one of the best first lyrical stanzas in rock history.
     
    She laughed in my face, told me good-bye
    Said “Don’t think about it, you can go crazy
    Anything can happen, anything can end
    Don’t try to fight

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