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    Crappy phone pix :-( I'd booked the tickets so long ago though I'd forgotten we had pretty decent seats

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    Just back from 5 days of sublime live music, still buzzing actually. Started in Dublin last Thursday, 3 days at C2C Festival at the O2 Arena and then The Borderline in London last night.

    So who did I see (these are the highlights);

    Lukas kicked it off in style, this guy and the band are the absolute mutts nuts (Neil Young's band if you didn't know)



    Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real (twice, Dublin and London)
    Lukas Nelson (solo)
    Ashley McBryde (twice)
    Mo Pitney
    Ashley Campbell (Glen Campbell's daughter)
    Margo Price
    Emmylou Harris
    Ryan Kinder

    There was a lot of other stuff, but the above was all I was interested in - I'll try and post some pictures and more info later, but I'm pooped right now!
    "People will hear what you tell them to hear" - Thomas Edison

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    Just back from the O2 Institute3 in Birmingham and a 3 header bill;

    Ryan Kinder
    Ashley Campbell
    Mo Pitney
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    What a superb night, quite a small venue with I reckon 60/70 people and a superlative display from three great songwriters. Ashley did a wonderful version playing banjo, accompanied by fiddle and guitar, of 'Gentle on My Mind' that was a real treat. A very talented lady for sure, but the star for me was Mo, how at 24 he writes the songs he does, is beyond me. A very old and wise head on young shoulders - amusing on stage too, quick witted as well as a great musician.

    I doubt it would have appealed to many here, as it was true Country and Bluegrass, but I loved it and worth the nightmare 4 hour drive up (just over 2 back).

    "People will hear what you tell them to hear" - Thomas Edison

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    Not been to any recent gigs so the last was Grouplove at Brighton..
    Bev


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    Haven't you seen Tony Joe White Bev - seem to recall that, but might be wrong?
    "People will hear what you tell them to hear" - Thomas Edison

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