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Over? Did you say over? It's not over until we say it is! Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? Hell NO!!!
Man....the Supper Club! Lots of great memories. Saw Kenny Chesney there twice, Pigmies that I remember. The rest is a blurr!
I plea the 5th.
Who have you seen there the most? Mine would be Trotline.
I Believe Auburn and Love IT...4 Life!
You should prepare yourself to live with the consequences of your decisions, whatever they may be.
Thanks and WDE to "Big John" for keepin' the tradition alive for all these years!
Lots of memories there. The drunk bus saved me from many DUI's for sure. Was always funny going back the morning after to get my truck and seeing all the other hung-over folks doing the same. I remember the driver kicking 2 passed out guys off with us at the house late one night because he was tired of driving them around. We propped them up against some trees by the Pike house. He was ready to go home.
I remember one night watching a guy get into a fight with Curt Crain. The guy knew how to fight and kicked Crain's butt. Actually made him cry!
You might have left that last part out 'cause if I'm not mistaken, Mr. Crain is no longer with us.
Went with my female roommate(who was dating my male roommate) to listen to some band and three guys started hitting on her. I sort of half laughed at them and half told them to get lost and all three decided they wanted to fight, or at least make me think they wanted to fight. Fortunately, cooler heads prevailed and I didn't get jumped on. My co-worker, Tracy Rocker, witnessed it, without my knowledge, and when I saw him about ten minutes later he told me if they gave me a problem again we'd take care of it. That will make a fella BRAVE. No more problems from those guys.
Watched Jefferson Starship, or what was left of them, in about Dec. of '92. Mickey Thomas was the lead singer and had retained the rights to the name of the band. I think a couple of the other original bandmembers(Thomas was the second lead singer, and not the singer for Jefferson Airplane) played also, but I'm not sure about that. For those that don't know, Thomas sang the lead on the Elvin Bishop's Band's "Fooled Around and Fell in Love." He was not given credit on the album but it's certainly him singing. And he can sing. HUGE difference between the quality of his voice and what you normally hear playing at the Supper Club. He played Jefferson Airplane and Starship songs and he was great. His brother-in-law owned Eagle Budweiser in Opelika and I think that's how they hooked him up with the Supper Club.
Worry only about things which you can change, the rest will either work themselves out or kill you......either way, no more worries.
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