Check out this informative 5 minute video with the band's Front of House
Engineer Robert Scovill. For anyone interested in the technical side of the band's live sound this is a must see!
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September 21, 2010
Check out this informative 5 minute video with the band's Front of HouseFiled under:
Buried Treasure Show #113 (repeat), Season 5 / Show 15, airs September 16-20, 2010.
James Brown Ain't It Funky Now JB40: 40th Anniversary Collection
The Allman Brothers Band Leave My Blues At Home Idlewild South
Albert King Down Don't Bother Me Born Under A Bad Sign
The Band Don't Ya Tell Henry (live) Live At Watkins Glen
The Beatles I'm A Loser Beatles For Sale (remastered)
Billy Joe Royal Down in the Boondocks Down In The Boondocks/Cherry Hill Park
Billy Swan I Can Help The Best of Billy Swan
Bob & Earl Harlem Shuffle The In Crowd: The Ultimate Mod Collection From The Original Style MovementFiled under:
Looking out across the lawn Saturday as dusk fell on Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion in Raleigh, NC, I'm reminded of what a diverse bunch Heartbreaker Nation is.
We're young, and we're old(er). We're moms and we're daughters, sons and we're fathers. We're white and we're black, and all shades in between. We come from all walks of life and along all points of the journey, gathering together to celebrate an amazing band and a songbook that has served as the soundtrack to so many of our lives.
ZZ Top added to Saturday's celebration with a solid set of hits spanning their four-decade career.
I never fully appreciated how good Steve Ferrone is until I sat behind Mike Campbell's amp stack in Charlotte and watched the drummer play "Breakdown."
Steve is a gentle giant off stage, funny and gregarious, but hand him a pair of drumsticks and put him behind a kit and the guy turns into a drum-pummeling maniac. On songs like "Runnin' Down a Dream" and "You Wreck Me," Steve pounds out galloping rhythms with precision and ferocity.
On "Breakdown," Steve's playing is all feel, driving the song from deep in the pocket with a funky groove that gives the song a slinkiness that perfectly
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers commenced the final leg of the 2010 Mojo Summer Tour in fine fashion Thursday night, a homecoming of sorts for a band whose roots can be found just up the road in Gainesville.
With the legendary ZZ Top on board to open the tour's final ten shows, the Mojo tour promises to be a rock 'n roll fan's dream, and Billy Gibbons and company set out to prove it in Tampa with a killer set of trademark Texas blues.
Despite having lived in Southern California for most of his life, Tom will always be a Florida boy at heart, and the fans in Tampa greeted their native son like a
Win tickets to the last few shows on the tour!
There are nine pairs of tickets to be won, and they could be yours. Enter to win a pair of tickets located within the first ten rows of the stage at one of the last shows on the 2010 tour! Choose from one of the following shows:
San Diego 9/28
Winners will be picked at random starting Friday, 9/17 through 9/24. Enter now for your chance to win!Filed under:
A few weeks back we issued a challenge to the fans.
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 your submission.Filed under:
Tom is on the cover of the June 2010 issue of Sound and Vision Magazine. The issue contains an interview with Tom where he talks about the new album Mojo and in particular the production of the album. Click here to read the interview.Filed under:
A little more than a month after postponing their show due to Mike Campbell's heat exhaustion, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers returned to the Blossom Music Center Tuesday night to bring the rock to Cleveland.
Affable, Athens-based rockers Drive-By Truckers reprised their role as the show opener, dropping a nifty hour-long set that featured several songs from their new album, The Big To-Do. Frontman Patterson Hood dedicated "Road Cases," a deep cut off the band's much-lauded Southern Rock Opera album, to "the two best road crews in the world - the Heartbreakers crew and the DBT crew."
Buried Treasure show #110 (new show), Season 5 / Show 12, airing February 25 - March 1, 2010
John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers Key To Love Bluesbreakers With Eric Clapton
The Sorrows You've Got What I Want Take A Heart
The Yardbirds Lost Woman Ultimate!
Neil Young Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Them Here Comes The Night Them Featuring Van Morrison
Little Richard True Fine Mama The Very Best of Little Richard
Johnny Rivers Secret Agent Man Greatest Hits
Bob Dylan When You Gonna Wake Up Slow Train Coming
The Zombies Whenever You're Ready Absolutely The Best
Howlin' WolfFiled under: