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July 20, 2010
Tonight's postponed show at the Blossom Music Center in Cleveland, OH has been rescheduled for August 31st.
All tickets for tonight's original date will be honored on August 31st. We hope fans can make the newly rescheduled date.
Mike Campbell was admitted to the hospital as a precautionary measure following his fainting at Sunday night's sweltering hot show in Maryland Heights, MO.
He has remained in the hospital on doctor's orders prompting the postponement of tonight's original Blossom Music Center date.
Mike is expected to be released from the hospital tomorrow to play Thursday night's
Tonight's show at the Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls, OH has been postponed. We are in the process of rescheduling this concert and will announce the new date very soon.
As you may have heard, Mike Campbell suffered from heat exhaustion which caused him to faint towards the end of Sunday's show in Maryland Heights, MO. Mike has been advised by doctors to rest for a few days before playing another show.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused by tonight's postponement. Tickets for tonight's show will be honored on the newly rescheduled date which will be announced very soon.
July 20, 2010
We are excited to announce the August 3 release of Damn The Torpedoes- Classic Albums documentary on DVD and Blu-ray.
Classic Albums is Eagle Rock Entertainment's critically acclaimed series which recounts the back stories of music's most enduring and beloved albums. The series peels away the layers, via comprehensive interviews, studio recreations, and vintage footage, to reveal the stories behind the music.
The Damn The Torpedoes edition of Classic Albums features comprehensive interviews with Tom Petty, Mike Campbell, Benmont Tench, Ron Blair, producer Jimmy Iovine, engineer ShelleyFiled under:
In the six weeks since the Mojo tour kicked off at Red Rocks, we've seen some pretty gutsy feats, both on and off the stage. The band, the crew, the bus drivers, truckers and the opening acts have all been fantastic - but nothing tops the courageous performance delivered by Mike Campbell in sweltering-hot St. Louis on Sunday night.
As some of you may have heard, Mike Campbell fainted due to heat exhaustion towards the end of last night's show in Maryland Heights, MO. The show was stopped for approximately ten minutes and Mike returned to play another three songs with the band.
Mike is feeling better today but is seeing doctors as a precaution. Mike sincerely thanks fans for their well wishes.
Rumored to be the largest arena in the United States based on sheer physical size, Chicago's United Center certainly lived up to expectations. It is a behemoth, which makes it all the more impressive how effectively the band along with Robert Scovill, John "Haircut" Tompkins and the rest of the Heartbreakers' sound team can seemingly shrink the size of the room and give even the most massive venue an intimate listening experience.
Check out the newly released interview with Steve Ferrone's drum technician, David Greene.
Cincinnati's Riverbend Music Center was built on the banks of the Ohio River in 1984 on 15 acres donated by a local amusement park.
The land where the amphitheatre stands today was once the home of two popular roller coasters, The Wildcat and Shooting Star, which seems apropos considering the two bands slated for this steamy summer night.
We are happy to present our new Community area which has been upgraded, redesigned and integrated into the rest of TomPetty.com.
Here are some of the key new features the community has to offer:
The new community lets you keep your TomPetty.com display name and community name consistent. Once you are logged into TomPetty.com you are already logged into the community area. No need to have 2 different log in credentials like you do for the old community area.
The new community area makes it easier to share photos and photo galleries.