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PostPosted: Sun Aug 25, 2013 6:25 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Just had the GREAT fortune to get tickets to the Uproar Fest .... row H Center Stage(that's Cool at DTE Music Theater in Clarkston/Detroit area Michigan! A friend of mine's brother sets up shows for Live Nation, and we thought he was full of $#!} about it! He just recently got off the road with the Black Crowes for a week and set up the EIGHT Kid Rock shows in Detroit!

William Duvall is like the second incarnation of Layne Staley .... geez!

We only went to see Jane's Addiction and Alice in Chains .... too old to go there at 2:00 and stay until 11:00 anymore:oops: . Not the ears which have tinnitus ... right Stik Laughing .... but the foot injury for me!

Perry Farrell is one WEIRD dude but he sounded just like the records, album whatever they are called these days since records are OLD! Dave Navarro was impressive!


Anyways if my buddy gets his video DL'd from his phone I'll repost but here's a sample from 2010 at DTE!

Rooster: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLfV0x4A8y4
Would: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWCrjB4CWEA

Biggest difference was this time he had his guitar slung the whole show, William that is!

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