Joey Molland and Denny Laine at Hippiefest - Valdosta GA SAT

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Joey Molland and Denny Laine at Hippiefest - Valdosta GA SAT

Postby fans-on-the-run » Thu Feb 22, 2007 3:13 pm

Howdee ~

I just got word of what sounds like a cool show - this saturday in Valdosta GA

Badfinger/Rascals/Hollies/Wings/Moody Blues

It's a one-off gig folks...but so many great songs in one night!

Featuring:
Felix Cavaliere from The Rascals
Joey Molland from Badfinger
Denny Laine from Moody Blues and Wings
Terry Sylvester from The Hollies

The Band:
Steve Conte - Guitar
John Conte - Bass
Steve Murphy - Drums
Manny Focarazzo- Keyboards

1st Annual Hippiefest Concert
Wild Adventure Theme Park
Valdosta, Georgia
Feb. 24, 2007 @ 3:00pm - $15 (cheap!)

Buy tickets here: Hippiefest Tix

http://wildadventures.net/concerts.asp?load=232

ALSO APPEARING: Eric Burdon & the Animals, Iron Butterfly, Melanie, Country Joe McDonald & more...

if you are in south Ga or north FLA and go to the show, send a report to http://www.beatlefan.com

cheers,
Rick
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Postby fans-on-the-run » Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:51 am

http://s90.photobucket.com/albums/k280/ ... ippiefest/?


photos from the show!

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Postby EddieV » Mon Feb 26, 2007 12:12 pm

What songs did they play??
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Postby fans-on-the-run » Mon Feb 26, 2007 1:01 pm

Denny opened the show with:

Time to Hide, Go Now, Band On The Run

Terry was next with:

Carrie Anne, Bus Stop, Long Cool Woman [f'kin KILLER!], He Ain't Heavy

Joey next with:

Baby Blue, Come and Get It [again, f'kin KILLER], and Day After Day

Country Joe next:

Entertainment is My Business, Fixin' to Die [rag], Back To Texas [for 'W']

Melanie [with her son on guitar]

Those Were The Days, Brand New Key, Ruby Tuesday, Look What They Done To My Song, Candles

Felix, kicked ass...... with:

Lonely Too Long, Midnight Hour medley, Groovin' medley, People Got to Be Free [probably biggest ovation of the show] and Good Love

Butterfly did Innagoddavida - thrill to see the orig bass player and drummer ---- about a 18 min version!

Eric closed the show:

Misunderstood, Baby Let Me Take You Home, Boom Boom [thunder!!!], Don't Bring Me Down, It's My Life, We Gotta Get Out, House.

an excellent show!
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Postby amazedbypaul » Mon Feb 26, 2007 10:04 pm

Yeah I was there too. Those guys all sounded pretty darn good. I thought the audience turn out was pretty disappointing though. Iron butterfly was the highlight for me. Terry and Eric's voices sounded great. What a nice sunny day for an outdoor concert it was!
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Postby 2 of 3 » Tue Feb 27, 2007 7:57 pm

Jeez Joey, how about singing a song You actually wrote?

Then again, I guess you have to sing the hits at one of these things. :)
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