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Beyond the stage crew performing basic line checks to ensure that the instruments and equipment onstage are working properly, Tom and the band do not do soundchecks, which makes it all the more impressive when they deliver the kind of awe-inspiring performance like the second night at Milwaukee's Summerfest. These are the moments that remind me just what an amazing band the Heartbreakers are.
Listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as "The World's Largest Music Festival," Milwaukee's Summerfest spans 11 days with more than 700 bands playing to over 1,000,000 fans over the course of the entire festival.
The Mojo Tour 2010 rolled on to Omaha, NE on Wednesday after a triumphant show in St. Paul, Minnesota the night before.
Check out some fans in Winnipeg, MB getting excited for the show on June 19. Watch the video here!
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Tom, Mike and Benmont answered fans questions during a special 90 minute radio show which aired recently across the Westwood One Network.
Many tracks from Mojo are also featured on the show in addition to the Q+A with the guys.
If you missed the radio broadcast, do not fear! You can listen to the whole show anytime on TomPetty.com.
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In addition to posting show recaps, setlists, and great photos from each show TomPetty.com will also offer videos shot out on tour this summer. Interviews with the band and crew will be featured plus a look at our support acts and YOU...the fans.
The videos will live in the video section of the Tour page of TomPetty.com but we'll also post them here in the news as they are released.
In the meantime, check out the first few videos here now:
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"Running Man's Bible" in St. Paul was when it all clicked for me.
A new song off Mojo, "Running Man's Bible" reads like the midnight ruminations of a man looking back over a lifetime spent on the highway between the centerline and the ditch and lived to tell the tale.
On their last night in Canada until the Toronto show in August, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers played Winnipeg, unleashing two hours of non-stop rock 'n roll that left the MTS Centre crowd screaming for more.