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  1. bluto

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    Lots of yesteryears music stars and idols are slowly giving in , fading away or have retired , or worst , expired

    So , who is left to carry the torch , a few come to mind for me , they are touring , releasing new albums and doing a great swan song and aging well

    Billy gibbons new blues album , stones won a Grammy , deff leopard , Paul carrack , billy Joel , Steve Earle ..

    “listen: there’s a hell
    of a good universe next door; let’s go”
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    Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson.

    Smoking is one of the leading causes of all statistics.
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    Joan Baez, Tom Waits, Nick Cave, Neil Young, Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, Roger Waters.

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    Pete Townsend has suffered a hearing loss

    Eric Clapton says he is just tired ..

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    Dale McCrory, Sam Bush, John Prine, and Todd Snider... I mostly mention Todd, because he used to sleep on my couch, but I still love his misic, especially his new band, Hard Working Americans.

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    UB40 ,The Specials, Madness

    Faugh a Ballagh
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    Saw Billy Joel at Madison Square Gardens last year. Great show. Only a few left on my bucket list - John Prine at the top of the list.

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    Yeah, John Prine from my hometown area (he's Maywood, and I'm Park Ridge, a bicycle ride). Also, Tony Bennett; that old man can sing, and sing with anyone too. Many others, but too many. Leonard Cohen -- went to Montreal on my sixtieth, and he's in the air, the lyrical flow and the sense of impending winter ... oops, Leonard ain't still with us, but he is.

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    Cohen is travelling light.

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    Just saw John Prine last night in Columbus, Ohio..............Lilly Hiatt opened up- she's the daughter of John Hiatt, and quite a talent. It was an incredible show................

    Next week I'm heading to Akron to Chris Hillman and Roger McGuinn team up and do the whole "Sweetheart of the Rodeo" album, in honor of its 50th anniversary............... Really looking forward to it!...........

    "We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of the dream..."
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    Saw Cohen in '08 or '09. Wonderful. His last album was among his best, which is quite a feat, as he must have been very frail by then.

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    Tony Bennett and Elvis Costello from duets

    Are you haven’ any fun

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    '90s band but The Breeders have picked back up their instruments and I'll be seeing them shortly.

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    I can't claim her as a favorite musically, but I admire her rocking on, and enjoy her writing quite a bit -- Patti Smith.
    And, speaking of survivors, Willie Nelson.

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    Tom Waits, Nick Cave

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    And Mark Knopfler.

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    Dom Flemen, not an oldster, but no kid, remarkable with both lyrics and melody. Changes in key, tempo, and endless upbeat energy. And let's not forget the eternal Ralph Stanley.

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    Ralph Stanley is still alive? Great

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    Many of the artists mentioned are amazing and some of my favorite concert experiences including Dylan, Young, Sam Bush, and Ralph Stanley.

    @cosmic Wow, Snider sleeping on your couch. That’s wild. Love the guitarist in HWA, Neal Casal. He’s had a pretty cool career.

    Some of my other favorites include the living members of the Dead, Phish, Umphey’s McGee, Widespread Panic, David Gilmore, Bela Fleck. . .
    Really there are too many to name. I might have more of a disorder for live music than PAD or TAD.

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    I saw Ozzy Osborne earlier this summer. Not really a favourite, but he needs mentioning.

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    I saw The Rolling Stones Live, plus Keith Richards, a few years back. It was fun.

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    Ralph Stanley is still alive? Great

    If Ralph Stanley is in fact still alive, then he must be clawing desparately at the inside of his casket, because they buried the man in 2016.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Stanley

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    Is he also in your cellar, Peck?

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    Hawkwind, Dead Can Dance, King Crimson and one of my favorites that you likely haven' heard: Acid Mother's Temple

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    Lilly Hiatt opened up- she's the daughter of John Hiatt, and quite a talent.

    I didn’t know about Lilly, I’ll have to look her up...and I’m definitely a Hiatt fan, but haven’t really kept up with his more recent albums, which I need to remedy.

    One I’d add that hasn’t already been mentioned here is Jackson Browne.

    “Bipartisan usually means some larger-than-usual deception is being carried out.” – George Carlin
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    Is he also in your cellar, Peck?

    Yes, and vacuum sealed. I would ship him to you, but Dan has advised that shipping cadavers (if in fact he truly is dead) is not allowed.

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    I saw your vacuum sealer in action. I sure hope he was dead or at least unconscious before you packed him. Is Gordon Lightfoot still alive, btw, or is he also cellared in the barn?

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    Ralph Stanley's more eternal than I thought. Sorry guys. Saw him i concern in his last few years; I guess he left an impression. Gotta keep the obits. peck', say hi to him there in your cellar; he couldn't have a better resting place. Hope he was/is a pipe smoker.

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    Bob Weir, Delbert McClinton, Buddy Guy, Jerry Jeff Walker, Ernie Durawa, Ramblin’ Jack Elliot, John Prine, Pat Benatar.

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    Billy gibbons new blues album
    I actually preordered that album on vinyl and he signed my copy. Billy Gibbons is just awesome.

    But we still have Bob Dylan (not sure if he tours much anymore) The Stones who are apparently immortal, Eric Clapton (although he's not touring as much anymore), Van Halen goes on tour still, Metallica still tours like mad, Megadeth does as well, Iron Maiden, AC/DC maybe, I know they're recording a new album with Brian Johnson back but idk if he can tour again. Slash just put out a new album that's pure rock and roll and Joe Bonamassa also released a new album which is really good. Those two I realize are a bit younger though, still worth mentioning.

    “A pipe is the fountain of contemplation, the source of pleasure, the companion of the wise; and the man who smokes, thinks like a philosopher and acts like a Samaritan.”
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    I still tend to think of any group or solo artist who got started post '70s as new.

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    I still tend to think of any group or solo artist who got started post '70s as new.

    You just described the soundtrack to my childhood lol.

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    My favorite new artist is Patty Griffin. I always have to remind myself that her debut album came out in '96 and she's 54 now.

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    Bob Seger

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    Have seen most acts listed even saw Prine as the back up act to Bonnie Raitt when she was white hot. The one guy I really want to see is Ray Wylie Hubbard.

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    And on the "It's some kind of a friggin' miracle" front, Shane MacGowan is still alive. Maybe not active musically (?), but still drawing breath.

    A man who serves his country is a patriot. A man who serves his government is an employee. The two are not always the same thing.
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    Beethoven......he's everywhere.

    Ubi Ignis Est?
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    But we still have Bob Dylan (not sure if he tours much anymore)

    The Never Ending Tour was a phrase he coined around 1990. Since then he has played 100-150 gigs a year. Still does.

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    Vera Lynn. I'm sure MSO's grandparents liked her. She released a new album last year to celebrate her 100th birthday.

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    Good lord , dame Vera Lynn is still around .. she was everyone’s sweetheart in the 40s ... I’m looking over the white cliffs of Dover

    .. did anyone mention Elton John yet .. Peter frampton ..

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    We've seen a lot of good shows this year. Steve Earle, Robert Earl Keen, Lyle Lovett, Keb Mo, John Prine, Patty Griffin, Colin Hay, Mavis Staples, for “old timers”. We've seen a lot of newer acts, too.

    Emmylou Harris is still touring; she has a concert coming up with Steve Earle soon. Elton John and Paul Simon are retiring imminently. Mark Knopfler has a new album coming out next month; he usually tours shortly thereafter.

    It amazes me that some of these acts are still rolling along and still bringing in the huge crowds. I saw U2 in concert over 30 years ago in an enormous stadium, and when they go on tour these days they still fill up huge stadiums. James Taylor still fills an arena up here in New England. Fleetwood Mac just filled an arena in Boston recently. Good to see these groups chugging along.

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    Has anyone mentioned Dead & Company? Maybe I'm the only "DeadHead" but half of the Grateful Dead are still out there playing so I believe they should be on the list.

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    Bob Weir

    Must've overlooked that, someone did mention.

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    Oops , rod stewart , another obvious one overlooked

    Shout out for Johnny winter , Srv , John lee hooker .. gone but not forgotten , fortunate enough for us to have been captured in their prime

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    Hey , who remembers jerry granelli .. everyone that’s who

    He played drums in the Vince guaraldi trio

    Has a new album out with bill frisell and robben ford ( still touring )

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    Maybe I'm the only "DeadHead"

    You are not.

    Others I would add would be Tedeschi Trucks Band, Paul McCartney, Chris Robinson. All good and all touring.

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    Bill Frisell

    One of the best. Robben Ford is now slouch either.

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    Robben Ford , mind bending wizardry in minor chords , for the uninitiated try “ talk to your daughter” or “help the poor”

    .. double oops , forgot Ron wood

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    Jerry Lee Lewis, Brian Wilson.

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    Gordon Lightfoot. Had to google him to see if he is alive.

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    Donovan, Van Morrison, Peter Gabriel.

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    4 of the original members of Chicago from the late 60’s are still touring with the band sometimes - Robert Lamm, James Pankow, Lee Loughnane, and Walt Parazadier. I’m a jazz fan and Herb Alpert recently out out some new music.

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    Loretta Lynn is alive. John Sheehan is the last surviving member of the glorious Dubliners.

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    Vera Lynn. I'm sure MSO's grandparents liked her.

    Does anybody here remember Vera Lynn?

    Remember how she said that we would meet again
    Some sunny day?

    Vera! Vera!
    What has become of you?

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    Don Everly is still with us. So is Little Richard.

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    Rait
    Clapton
    The Sones - kinda

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    Texas Tornados - Angie Meyers, Flaco Jimenez, Jack Barber, Speedy Sparks, Ernie Durawa.
    Asleep At The Wheel

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    "He played drums in the Vince guaraldi trio"

    Vince Guaraldi. That guy would play for peanuts...

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    Willy and ...Well, that's it I guess, the rest are all dead.

    A man without a shillelagh is a man without an expedient.
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    Judas Priest was born around the time I was in '69.

    In '84, a high school classmate gave me a worn cassette copy of Screaming For Vengeance. I was amazed and captivated with Halford's vocals and the guitar work of Tipton and Downing, often swapping leads mid-riff.

    From 1974's Rocka Rolla to last year's Firepower, I've been bangin' my head like Beavis for decades now. Their pre-80's stuff is quite different and worth backtracking to.

    Halford, with his 4 octave voice, seemed to be fading for a year or two, but has whipped himself back into prime condition lately.

    Witness the rise from a guttural growl to beyond the rafters from the then 65 year old Metal God two years ago.

    HALLS OF VALHALLA

    I sense some Sad Wings Of Destiny in my near future...

    Gunner, Black Frigate. Say "Hello" to my little friend!
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    Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson.
    Like to see them. Saw John Prine back in the early 80's, small club in Ann Arbor. Great show...

    "the weez"...
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    Emmylou Harris had a theater scholarship at UNC-Greensboro the year before my late wife had the same scholarship. My wife transferred into English and made a career of it. I like Emmylou's work. She gave my late wife tips on navigating the theater department; maybe that's why my wife left it! Emmylou seems to have had an excellent career but a somewhat difficult personal life.

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    Any other Deadheads? *Raises hand*
    I have a spread in Relix from the 1992 tour.

    Bluegrass fans, Del McCoury is still working like crazy, I believe he put out a new album last year. Del was in Bill Monroe's band.

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    Del was in Bill Monroe's band.
    LOVE me some Bill Monroe!...

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    rmpeeps, Asleep At The Wheel did a street concert a few years ago during the Republic Of Texas bike rally. They were awesome.

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    I saw Ian Anderson at a packed Ravinia show a couple weeks ago. He just turned 71 in August, and he still going strong.

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    Wife and I just got home from seeing Steve Martin and Martin Short. Great music and comedy. Short is 68 and Martin is 73.

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    Any other Deadheads?

    *Raising my hand*

    I have a spread in Relix from the 1992 tour.

    @Don can you tell us more about this? I was an avid Relix reader for a chunk of time.

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    I am a photographer, I managed to get my gear in the door at a show in DC and went in early. We were able to get up front and I got some decent images. The first set was rather comfortable and I could move around a bit. I recall getting some good photos of Jerry during Mississippi Half Step. As the show progressed, the crowd got bigger, and bigger. By the time the 2nd set started we were getting crushed up against the barriers. It was all rather unpleasant but I sent Relix the images and they ran them for the Summer 1992 tour issue. I believe Hot Tuna is on the cover. I did another show where Sting opened up and Jerry snuck out on stage for a song,, Relix would not run them because they did not believe Jerry ever played with Sting.

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    To Lasttango

    I saw Hawkwind twice in the '80s. Once with a stipped down band; perfectly decent. And once with the whole lot of them; Very powerful.
    Rythm guitar is not rated as highly as I think it should be. Dave Brock is a master.

    Never saw King Crimson, but I did catch Mr. Fripp playing with Michael Brook and David Sylvian for "The First Day" tour.
    I didn't want to pick up my guitar for a week! I had crisis.

    And just before the end, I saw BB play. Such tone. Pure beauty.

    Loads of great bands I wish I'd seen in their heyday. But I'm sure there are more to come.

    Check out Trilok Gurtu if you don't already know him. Saw him three times. I recommend "Arkeology" and "Broken Rythms"

    Oh and lest I forget. I had the immense privilege of seeing Cocteau Twins at their peak.

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    I'm leaving this thread alone. "I see dead people." That is, I've cited at least two people who are no longer alive, which is somewhat a premise of the thread.

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