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    August 15, 2010

    "Turn on the lights! I wanna see all you people!"

    Tom Petty stood smiling at center stage, imploring the lighting team to turn on the house lights at the Darien Lake Performing Arts Center. The Heartbreakers had just wrapped up "I Should Have Known It," the first single off Mojo and the last of the four songs the band plays as a part of their mini-set from the new album. Instantly, white floodlights snapped on, illuminating the more than 21,000 cheering Heartbreakers fans that crammed into the amphitheatre for another sold-out night on this Mojo, summer tour.

    Everyone was in a festive mood at

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  • On July 31 at the gig in Philadelphia, PA Mike Campbell met Griffin Black, a
    14 year old Virginian who has hand built a replica of Mike's vintage
    Telecaster, "The Red Dog." This is the guitar Mike is playing in the video
    for "Refugee."


    Griffin's work so impressed Mike that he played Griffin's guitar onstage at
    the show in Philly.


    Check out Griffin's article about his experience building the guitar and meeting Mike in
    today's Washington Post and watch video of his encounter with Mike right here!


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  • webcrew's picture
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    August 11, 2010

    Atlanta
    Fan Club & Mojo Will Call 5:00pm
    Doors 6:00pm
    Show 7:30pm

    Nashville
    Fan Club & Mojo Will Call 5:00pm
    Doors 6:00pm
    Show 7:30pm

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  • webcrew's picture
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    August 11, 2010

    Hot off their show in Atlanta, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers rolled into Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Thursday night, giving Music City a heavy dose of the good ol' rock 'n roll.

    Rock legend goes that David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash discovered their unique vocal blend at a party at Cass Elliot's house in Laurel Canyon in July 1968 when Nash asked Stills and Crosby to sing a new song by Stills, "You Don't Have To Cry," with Nash improvising a second harmony.

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    August 11, 2010

    Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers kicked off the third leg of the Mojo Summer Tour in Hot -Lanta Wednesday night, teaming up with David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash for an epic night of music that provided a glimpse into what the next few weeks of shows will hold for these rock legends.

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  • webcrew's picture
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    August 09, 2010

    What gives Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers their mojo? Answer the question and enter to win a pair of floor seat tickets to one of seven upcoming shows in Atlanta, Nashville, Darien Lake, D.C., Hartford, and Boston! There will be 18 winners total!

    Click here to enter!

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    August 03, 2010

    "Are you ready for some blues?" Buddy Guy asked as his face wrinkled into a sly grin.

    Night two at Philadelphia's Wachovia Center started much like the first, with a thrilling opening set from Guy that drew most of the Heartbreakers and much of their crew to the side stage to watch the blues legend work his magic on his last night on the tour.

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