John Mellencamp & Cowboy Junkies
John Mellencamp,(born October 7, 1951) is an American rock singer-songwriter, musician, painter and occasional actor known for his catchy, populist brand of heartland rock which emphasizes traditional instrumentation. Cowboy Junkies are a Canadian alternative country/blues/folk rock band. The group was formed in Toronto in 1985 by Margo Timmins (vocalist), Michael Timmins (songwriter, guitarist), Peter Timmins (drummer) and Alan Anton (bassist). /5
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Louie's free concert review - John Mellencamp rocked the Shwa tonight gotta say it was a good one , even when he messed up Small Town ( he laughed about it and even dropped the f-bomb ) as for opening act Cowboy Junkies love em or hate em Margo Timmins is still easy on the eyes.
Bayfest round 1 was AWESOME! thanks to Moe for the tickets, thanks to my lovely daughter for such a fun night, and thanks to the Cowboy Junkies, Sheepdogs and especially John Mellencamp for such amazing music. look out round 2...I'm ready for Iron Maiden and Alice Cooper! should be interesting!
Last night's line-up was another success! Cowboy Junkies played at 7 on the Main Stage. They did a great set with lots of smooth jams and great covers of Neil Young's "Don't Let it Bring You Down", and Lou Reed's "Sweet Jane". On the Claridge stage at 8, the Sam Roberts Band did an outstanding performance. Sam Roberts and his band played a great set with numbers like, "Hard Road", "Brother Down", "Where Have All the Good People Gone", "Bridge to Nowhere", "Them Kids", and "Let It In". One song he missed was, "Don't Walk Away Eileen", but it was outstanding. Up next was John Mellencamp at the Main Stage at 9:15. He still did a good set with hits like "Small Town", "R.O.C.K U.S.A", and the acoustic version of "Jack and Diane". Though the set was fairly short and only played until 10:30pm. While many screamed for encore, the show was all ready to be packed in. Some of the songs that were missing included, "Hurts So Good", "Your life is Now", and the cover, "Under the Boardwalk" by the Drifters. But it was o ...
Bluesfest was cool. Sam Roberts Band was great. Cowboy Junkies were pretty good and other than a tough start, John Mellencamp was really good too. Great time Great friends, And Sheri was a trouper, broke her foot and still made it to the show.
Last night for me at Bluesfest-Cowboy Junkies,Sheepdogs and John Mellencamp
Last night's Bluesfest was a success: LA's indie rock group Airborne Toxic Event did an impressive set with tracks like, "Sometime Around Midnight", and the cover, "I Fought the Law" by the Crickets. The drum solo and the bass solo also sounded awesome. Big Boi from the American hip-hop duo Outkast got the crowd going with hits like, "The Way You Move" and "Ms. Jackson". Lastly, punk rock veterans Bad Religion rocked the Main Stage with an energetic set with songs like, "Sorrow", "Infected", "21st Century(Digital Boy)" and "American Jesus". Tonight's line-up contains genres of alternative country, rock and roots rock with: Cowboy Junkies, Sam Roberts and John Mellencamp!
Cowboy Junkies, Sam Roberts, The Sheepdogs and John Mellencamp; here's hoping I get to interview most of them today! Only 4 days of Bluesfest left
John Mellencamp show was smoking! Did a lot of the classics jack and Diane,Cherry Bomb,Pink Houses a couple off the new record and a wicked cover of Death Letter Blues! Cowboy Junkies were a great opener as well its a real shame they're not more well known
At the Coliseum waiting for the Cowboy Junkies / John Mellencamp show to start...
Hey everyone don't forget that John Mellencamp and the Cowboy Junkies are in town tonight at the Coliseum. Still tickets left at box office.
is excited to see John Mellencamp and the Cowboy Junkies tonight!
John Mellencamp and the Cowboy Junkies were both excellent last night in Moose Jaw! Mosaic Place is a good sounding venue but after almost a year open they are still a little disorganized. The staff were very nice though.
I was asked, what are my 3 or 4 or 5 favorite albums? I named an easy dozen immediately, ignoring the confines of the question as I tend to do. And then I proceeded to consider another two dozen-ish and then I figured okay, let's try this for real. In no real order, here are my 40 favorite albums.I know, I know, as if you care. I just want this somewhere for posterity, I left out a lot (A WHOLE LOT!) but I think if I could only have 40, these would be it Toys in the Attic - Aerosmith. Eat A Peach - The Allman Brothers. The Last Waltz - The Band. Highway 61 Revisited - Bob Dylan. Night Moves - Bob Seger. Born to Run - Bruce Springsteen. The Trinity Session - Cowboy Junkies. The Rise & Fall of Ziggy Stardust - David Bowie. The Doors - The Doors. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road - Elton John. Armed Forces - Elvis Costello. A Trick of the Tail - Genesis. Original Movie Soundtrack - Hair. Scarecrow - John Mellencamp. The Legend of Johnny Cash - Johnny Cash. Get The Knack - The Knack. Led Zeppelin I - Led Zeppelin. Ph ...
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