Robin Russell (rrussell8) Sat 19 Jun 04 18:57
Well, it's over and now its just another great story. That which does not kill us ...
Zen Cohen (tinymonster) Sat 19 Jun 04 19:52
One for your next book. <g>
David Adam Edelstein (davadam) Sun 20 Jun 04 17:40
Dang. That's pissy. You are more of an adult than I am, for not letting her have it.
David Gans (tnf) Fri 25 Jun 04 09:27
I'm hittin' the road today for aseries of gigs in Kentucky and Ohio: Saturday, June 26, 9pm: Jack Quinn's Emerald Ballroom, 112 East 4th Street, Covington KY. $7. 859-491-6699. Jerry's Little Band opens. www.jackquinn.com Sunday, June 27, 9 pm: DG and Matt Zarb at Uncle Pleasant's, 2126 S. Preston St., Louisville KY Wednesday, June 30, 7:30-10:30 pm: DG & Matt Zarb & friends at the Rudyard Kipling, 22 W Oak St, Louisville KY. $10. (502) 636-1311 Thursday, July 1, 9:00 pm: DG w/ Matt and Pauly Zarb at the Phoenix Ballroom, 410 West Short Street Lexington KY. $10. 859-258-2020 Friday, July 2, 9:30pm: DG opens for the Zen Tricksters at Wilbert's Food and Music, 812 Huron Road, Cleveland OH. $10. 216-902-4663 www.wilbertsmusic.com Fri-Mon, July 2-5: GratefulFest at Nelson Ledges Quarry Park. Dark Star Orchestra, Keller Williams, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Vassar Clements, John Cowan Band, David Gans, fireworks, and more. Great campout weekend! www.nlqp.com
David Gans (tnf) Sun 11 Jul 04 09:17
Greetings! Lots going on this summer, and the fall is beginning to take shape. I'm leaving today for Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and northern California. Bay Area dates August 4 & 5 Northeast August 18-22 Western tour 8/25-9/2 is almost confirmed More northern California appearances in September and early October Southeast in late October Thanks to all who voted for me in the California Music Awards. The Dead won, but that was to be expected. More details on all of these gigs can be found at http://www.dgans.com/gigs.html CDs and DVDs: thanks to CDBaby, I'm now available in the iTunes Music Store! The schedule: Monday, July 12: Cosmic Charlie and DG at John Henry's, Eugene OR Tuesday, July 13: Cosmic Charlie and DG at Bishop's, Vashon WA Wednesday, July 14: Cosmic Charlie and DG at John's Alley, 114 E 6th St, Moscow ID. 208-883-7662 Friday, July 16, 8:30 pm: "House" concert at Organics to You, 2019 SE Belmont, Portland OR. Call 503-232-4098 for reservations. Monday, July 19, 7:00 pm: Graham's Restaurant, 9989 Mt Baker Hwy, Glacier WA. $7. Bent Grass opens. 360-599-1964. Wednesday, July 21: Pangaea Cafe, 461 W. Main Street, Quincy CA. 530-283-0426 Wednesday, August 4, 8 pm: Jeff Pehrson (of Box Set), Corinne, and DG at Henfling's Firehouse Tavern, 9450 Highway 9, Ben Lomond CA. $10 advance, $12 at the door. 831-336-8811. DG opens the show at 8 sharp. Thursday, August 5, 9 pm: DG, Jeff Pehrson (of Box Set) and Michael Stadler at the Hotel Utah, 500 4th Street (at Bryant), San Francisco. $7. 415-546-6300 Wednesday, August 18: House concert in Media PA. SOLD OUT! Thursday, August 19, 10:00 pm: DG opens for New Monsoon at Mexicali Blues, 1409 Queen Anne Road, Teaneck, NJ. $10. 201-833-0011 Friday, August 20: Lion's Den, 214 Sullivan Street (btw Bleecker & W. 3rd), New York City. DG plays 7:30-8:40. This is a "door poll" show, which means the audience tells the door guy who they came to see and the artists are paid accordingly. $10. 212-477-2782 http://www.cegmusic.com/lionsden/ Sunday, August 22: Yasgur Road Reunion, Bethel NY -- three-day event, August 20-22, with the Steve Kimock Band, Seth Yacovone Band, Country Joe Band, Tea Leaf Green, Hot Buttered Rum String Band, and many more. DG plays Sunday 1-2:30 pm. http://yasgurroad.com WATCH THIS SPACE: Western tour (LA, San Diego, Las Vegas, etc.) TBA. Friday, September 17, 9:30 pm: DG and Free Peoples at Rios, 15025 River Road, Rio Nido CA. $7. 707-869-8447 Fri-Sun, September 17-19: Earth Dance, the Festival for Global Peace. Mickey Hart leading the Drums of Peace (featuring Zakir Hussain); Ozomatli; Michael Franti & Spearhead; many more. World's largest drum circle! DG performs on Saturday and Sunday. 541-770-5112. www.earthdance.org/sf/ Sunday, September 26, 9 am to 1 pm: Marin Farmers' Market, at the Marin Civic Center in San Rafael CA. Free! And great produce, too. Saturday, October 9, 7:30 pm: Gualala Arts Center, 46501 Gualala Road, Gualala CA. $10. 707-884-1138. www.gualalaarts.org Wednesday, October 20: DG and Tony Capri at Eddie's Attic, Decatur GA. October 21-24: MagnoliaFest at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak FL. With Donna the Buffalo, the Duhks, Railroad Earth, Vassar Clements, and many more! 904 249 7990. http://www.magmusic.com
David Adam Edelstein (davadam) Mon 12 Jul 04 08:58
Dang, man, it's too bad you're going to be so bored this summer. :-)
Sharon Lynne Fisher (slf) Sun 18 Jul 04 14:11
Box Set is still around?
Of course this can get a little solipsistic (pjm) Sun 18 Jul 04 14:17
BoxSet Duo is alive and well a playing a lot. They've even got a full band gig coming up. http://www.boxset.com/
David Gans (tnf) Sun 18 Jul 04 15:51
They recently put out a second live duo double-CD. I opened one of the shows where they recorded it.
Of course this can get a little solipsistic (pjm) Sun 18 Jul 04 16:36
It's a single CD but it is awesome. David's work as the opener was stellar as usual. The opener the 2nd night was an interesting woman named Lori B. She was a lot of fun. I had a wonderful conversation with her after her show and when I emailed her a week later to ask her to put me on her email list she remembered talking to me. I have meant to see her live again but the dates of her shows have not worked for me. One of these days.
David Gans (tnf) Thu 12 Aug 04 11:56
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Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Fri 13 Aug 04 12:40
(436 scribbled because it appears to be misplaced)
David Gans (tnf) Fri 13 Aug 04 13:34
Correct. Sorry about that!
David Gans (tnf) Mon 6 Sep 04 02:18
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David Adam Edelstein (davadam) Mon 6 Sep 04 21:08
Sounds like a great weekend! Breaking even and being artistically satisfied is a pretty good mix. --signed, not even a young deadhead, really :-)
David Gans (tnf) Mon 6 Sep 04 21:35
(I have to repost the story that <davadam> is responding to due to an error.) > Breaking even and being artistically satisfied is a pretty good mix. yes indeed. > not even a young deadhead, really :-) No problem! Although I am inescapably associated with the GD, there's a lot more to my music than that.
David Gans (tnf) Mon 6 Sep 04 21:41
SATURDAY, September 4, 2004: I made some grave miscalculations about driving distances and times for this weekend's trip. I was invited to play a private party outside of Portland, and I took the opportunity to set something up with a guy that my old friend Alan Mande introduced me to in far-northern California. I left Oakland at noon on Friday, drove to Eugene for the night, and then drove the rest of the way to Rainier OR yesterday, a little over two and a half hours. Given that I am expected in Dunsmuir (just south of Mt Shasta City) at 4pm Sunday, I realized that I couldn't stay at my hosts's house Saturday night unless I was willing to get up at 7 am to hit the road. So I got on the net and booked a room in Eugene for Saturday night. I was sorry to leave the party. I watched it grow -- when I arrived in the early afternoon on Saturday, there were a couple dozen people who had already arrived and camped out the night before. Drew's property is 14 acres on a hillside above the Columbia River, and he has built a frisbee golf course there. He has built frisbee golf courses elsewhere, too -- it's his hobby, and many of his friends are way into it, too. I wandered around taking pictures --- big black bees hunkered down in big pink flowers for hours on end, stuffing their satchels with pollen; a colony of red-headed ants moving massive pieces of straw around; dogs, dogs, dogs! -- and getting to know the party tribe. They were roasting a pig in the ground out near the site of Friday night's sweat lodge. By five o'clock, there were closer to 75 people on the grounds, including several kids and one grandchild. A big batch of spaghetti was being made to feed those who don't eat pig, and a cake was on hand to celebrate three events at once: a birthday, an anniversary, and I'm not sure what the third thing was. June and Joren Rushing, musician friends from down the Oregon coast, arrived. The grandchild I referred to above is theirs, and they were meeting him for the first time; their son lives near the party side and the Rushings live a couple hundred miles away. I was able to get some pictures of grandpa and the babe. Joren plays a Turner Renaissance guitar, too; his was given to him by Robert Hunter! The pig was unearthed and shredded next to the pit. Huge platters of pork were taken to the house, but just about everybody who eats meat grabbed a steaming piece of it right off the carcass. I found it rather gross, but I have been reconsidering my carnivorosity somewhere down in my gut for quite some time. Dinner was a joyous occasion. Oh, there was a collective tie-dyeing project, too: a banner that I heard was for the stage, but it was given to the Rushings as an anniversary present. They play this party every year, and every year the tribe celebrates their anniversary This is the sixth annual labor day gathering here. Drew Seip is the host, and he seems to be the energy center of this clan. It was a great warm scene, and I felt very welcome and very comfortable even though I knew no one when I got here. I felt completely at ease and inspired for my 90-minute set: Down to Eugene Our Lady of the Well-> When I Paint My Masterpiece Lazy River Road jam-> China Cat jam-> One Time One Night-> Blue Roses Black Peter Surely You Jest Terrapin-> Attics of My Life Who Killed Uncle John? Mexicali Blues Hooker River Brokedown Palace I am getting the hang of this new equipment and the "undo" feature of my updated Loop Station is a liberating factor. I can try things and not ruin the jam if they don't work out. But mostly, things work out. Having a pedal that can sweep up or down an octave is very cool for psychedelic jamming, and of course so is the wah-wah pedal. I wound up sitting in with the Rushings for most of their first set. I was really sorry to leave. I had met so many nice people -- middle-aged Deadheads, people who were very happy to be in that place with those friends. It was like the party at Audrey and Dan's, but more intimate because almost everyone there had social roots that go back decades. I made it to Eugene by 2 and was asleep by 3, and awake at 8:30. I said earlier that I had made some miscalculations about time and distance. For some stupid reason I booked my rental car to return Monday at 11, and I also accepted a last-minute invitation to play a block party in Oakland Monday afternoon. So today I go to Dunsmuir - a four-hour drive -- play from 4:20 til 7 or so, and then drive the rest of the way back to Oakland. The gig in Dunsmuir is a backyard BBQ at the home of Eric Siems, who promotes shows in the Mt Shasta and Ashland areas. Alan Mande introduced us, and Eric thought this would be a low-risk way to introduce me to his community (as opposed to booking a show in a venue on short notice on a holiday weekend, in a rough season in the music biz, etc). I'm all for it. We'll pass the hat, and I'll sell a few CDs, and when I come back up here in November with Free Peoples, he'll be able to book us with confidence. It's a shitload of driving in a short time span, but I am very, very happy I did this. Yesterday was a thoroughly enjoyable experience, a very good performance from a musical standpoint, and good for the word-of-mouth. I sold quite a bit of stuff, too. One especially enthusiastic new fan is a woman (a friend of the Rushings') who lives in Eugene and promised to bring a lot of friends out when I play there again. I could see her digging my performance, dancing and singing along much of the time, so I trust that her enthusiasm is genuine. That sort of thing is a great investment for a guy like me. SUNDAY, September 5, 2004: This morning I got up in Eugene, had some coffee and cereal, and hit the road for Dunsmuir. The gig was scheduled for the promoter's back yard - basically a freebie to introduce me to the community and drum up some interest in a "real" gig in the future. This morning I got email - sent to all who responded to the invitation to the show - saying it was going to take place in the city park. I got to the park at around 3, I think. There's a stage at the bottom of a sloping lawn. behind the performer are a road and a parking lot and the Sacramento River. A beautiful place for a show. Eric had put up a nice sound system. There were a couple dozen people when I arrive, and more showed up as time went by. I had been listening to an advance CD of the new Garcia release, "After Midnight," so I played the title track (with a really great jam into an instrumental "Eleanor Rigby" tucked into it) over the PA before taking the stage to do my show. There was a lot of really great energy in this place. The audience consisted of old Deadheads, middle-aged Deadheads, younger hippies, quite a few kids, and several dogs. I was in a GREAT mood, and I knew this was a day to honor Jerry and the Dead so I started with a "Dark Star" jam. Listening back to it on the way home I could hear all the little glitches and clatters throughout the set, but this was the very definition of 'ragged but right": the circuit was closed and the juice was flowing. Dark Star jam-> Jackaroe Down to Eugene River and Drown-> Autumn Day-> Wharf Rat-> Sitting in Limbo-> Wharf Rat-> Lazy River Road Travelin' Man Return of the Grievous Angel Like a Dog-> Terrapin-> An American Family-> Brokedown Palace The Minstrel ~ After "Brokedown Palace" I was thinking about winding the show down, it being around 90 minutes in. Someone called out that dinner as ready -- turns out someone has been grilling chicken, fish etc. down the road, and there was a nice potluck feed for everyone to enjoy. A young guy sang some songs while we ate, but my attention was on the conversations I was having over dinner. One woman described the spiritual experience she had during my set, which had to do with getting back in touch with Jerry after having lost him in the '80s when the band was distracted and the audiences were full of talkative drunks. She told me she could feel the love Jerry has for me and she thanked me for inhabiting his songs and keeping them alive. That felt good. I hadn't planned on playing another set, and it was getting dark, but Eric brought out a couple of stage lights and invited me to play some more, and of course I was happy to do so. Our Lady of the Well-> I Bid You Good Night-> Leave Me Echolalia Stella Blue-> Blue Roses Trying ~ Falling Star This weekend was not financially profitable -- I probably just about broke even, counting merchandise sales -- but it was as spiritually nourishing and musically satisfying as any performances I've ever done. I made a lot of new friends and fans, participated in two really powerful community events, expanded my skills as a performer and improviser, and laid some groundwork for future gigs.
David Gans (tnf) Mon 27 Sep 04 11:11
I am really excited about this Friday's show at with the Rowan Brothers Rios in Rio Nido (on the Russian River). I have admired Chris and Lorin's work since I first heard them many years ago. We will perform separately (me first), and then we'll all sing together at the end of the evening. If this goes well, we may do more dates together in the future. (And we're all thrilled to have our pal Barry Sless along on pedal steel and guitar!) I'm also very happy to be hitting the road with Free Peoples in November. We'll be performing in Northern California, Oregon, and Washington starting right after election day (I sure hope you're registered, and I sure hope you VOTE!). The dates will be posted at dgans.com and freepeoples.com as soon as they're confirmed. Friday, October 1, 9:30 pm: Rowan Brothers - Chris and Lorin - with David Gans at Rios, 15025 River Road, Rio Nido CA. $7. 707-869-8447. Special guest Barry Sless on pedal steel and guitar Saturday, October 9, 7:30 pm: Gualala Arts Center, 46501 Gualala Road, Gualala CA. $10. 707-884-1138 http://www.gualalaarts.org/ Wednesday, October 13, 10:00 pm: Tapestry, 727 Hilltop North, Virginia Bch VA. 757-422-3088. Two sets! http://www.quivaproductions.com/ Friday, October 15, 9:30 pm: George Washington Book Store, 16 Union Street South, Concord NC w/ Nth Degree. $5. 704-788-1561. http://georgewashingtonbookstoreandtavern.com/ Saturday, October 16: Private event near Greensboro NC - email firstname.lastname@example.org for info. Sunday, October 17, 8:00 pm: DG w/ Matt and Miner at De La Luz at Temple Ball, Carrboro NC. $7. 919-929-1208. http://www.templeball.com/ Monday & Tuesday, October 18-19, 9:00pm: DG opens for Dark Star Orchestra at Starr Hill, 709 W. Main Street, Charlottesville VA http://www.starrhill.com Thursday, October 21, 10:30 pm: DG visits Hal Month's Deadkeys and Friends Series: an ongoing musical exploration of the Grateful Dead. Hal plays solo, then DG plays solo, then the big jam ensues. The Warehouse, 706 W. Gaines St, Tallahassee FL. $3. 850-222-6188 October 21-24: MagnoliaFest at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak FL. With Donna the Buffalo, the Duhks, Railroad Earth, Vassar Clements, and many more! 904 249 7990. DG's sets: Friday 2-3pm, Old Florida Stage; Saturday 12:10-1pm, Main Stage; Saturday 7:10-8:20 pm, Music Hall Stage. http://www.magmusic.com Saturday, October 30, 10:30 am to 1:30 pm: Grand Lake Farmers' Market, across from the Grand Lake Theater at Grand and Lake Park Avenues in Oakland CA. Free! And great produce, too. http://www.geocities.com/splashpad/farmersmkt.html Tuesday, November 2: VOTE! And then attend the headcount benefit at 12 Galaxies in San Francisco. Performers and other details TBA. http://www.headcount.org November 4-11: northwest tour with Free Peoples - details to be announced soon.
David Gans (tnf) Sun 7 Nov 04 10:03
I'm doing three shows in the Northwest with a terrific Bay Area band called FREE PEOPLES. They continue to quote the blurb I gave them for their first album: Free Peoples kicks a certain kind of retro ass." An acoustic quartet with a sound that strides somewhere between bluegrass and western swing, like Dan Hicks without the sardonic lyrics. Great grooves, great songs, great playing. Sample Free Peoples at http://www.freepeoples.com and please come hear us! Then I play three shows in the Mt. Shasta-Ashland OR area later in the week, before driving home to the Connecticut Yankee for a benefit for RockTheEarth. Details at http://www.dgans.com/gigs.html I hope to see you there. If you know people in these regions, please urge them to come to the show! Word of mouth is everything in this business. Monday, November 8: David Gans and Free Peoples at the Tractor Tavern, 5213 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle. $8. 206-789-3599 http://tractortavern.citysearch.com/ Tuesday, November 9, 8:30 pm: David Gans and Free Peoples at Graham's Restaurant, 9989 Mount Baker Hwy, Glacier WA. $7. 360-599-1964 Wednesday, November 10, 8-10 pm: David Gans and Free Peoples at Intaba's, 1115 S. Third Street, Corvallis OR. $5 suggested donation. 541-754-6958 Thursday, November 11, 8-11 pm: DG solo at Lalo's Restaurant and Lounge, 520 N. Mt. Shasta Blvd., Mt. Shasta CA. $7 advance, $10 day of show. Jason Moore opens. Tickets available from Positive Productions (http://www.positiveproductions.net) Friday, November 12, 6-9 pm: DG solo at Rare Images Gallery, 216 N. Mt. Shasta Blvd., Mt. Shasta CA. Mt. Shasta Skate Park benefit - $20 donation. Jason Moore opens. Tickets available from Positive Productions Saturday, November 13, 8-11 pm: DG solo at Bellview Grange, 1050 Tolman Creek Road, Ashland OR. $7 advance, $10 day of show. Tickets available from Positive Productions Sunday, November 14, 9:00 pm: Benefit concert for RockTheEarth.net. Geo Trio (Kai Eckhardt, Alan Hertz and Eric Levy), Jambay Trio, and David Gans, plus a "superjam." Connecticut Yankee, 100 Connecticut Street, San Francisco. $10 minimum donation.
the office block persecution affinity (thurzo) Wed 10 Nov 04 16:31
Why progressive? They should be open political centres - the missing millions are the confused, and need exposure to politics from both sides, and truth from both sides, more than just progressive or just conservative prisms.
David Gans (tnf) Thu 11 Nov 04 10:38
That post was meant for another topic, obviously.
David Adam Edelstein (davadam) Fri 12 Nov 04 10:31
I was trying to figure out if you had said something about progressive music upstream somewhere...
David Gans (tnf) Fri 12 Nov 04 14:56
David Gans (tnf) Mon 22 Nov 04 10:29
Several Gans music opportunities in the area this week and next: Wed 11/24: San Francisco - Wake the Dead, Chris and Lorin Rowan, and DG at Slim's, 8:30 Fri 11/26: Oakland - DG at the Nomad Cafe on Shattuck, 7:30-9:30. Free Sat 11/27: Oakland - DG at the Grand Lake Farmers' Market, 9:30-1:30. Free! Tue 11/30: Mill Valley - Free Peoples and DG at Sweetwater, 8:30 Details at http://www.dgans.com/gigs.html
David Gans (tnf) Sat 1 Jan 05 13:31
Greetings and happy new year! I've got some major music action here at home in the next ten days. A northwest tour later this month is still being confirmed; southwest in early Feb; southeast in March; probable midwest tour in April; and further plans are in development. A last-minute fill-in gig at Sweetwater in Mill Valley December 15 turned into a great event in front of a sold-out house: Bob Weir played half a dozen songs with Henry Kaiser and me; Chris and Lorin Rowan, Pete Sears, Corinne West, Rik Elswit, Eric Rawlins, and bassist Josh Zucker also played. Sound man Andy Slote got inspired and pitched the Sweetwater management on the idea of a monthly "Invitational" event, and they agreed to give it a try. The next one is coming right up: this Thursday, January 6, with David Nelson, Stevie Coyle of the Waybacks, Suzy Thompson, Rik Elswit, Eric Rawlins, Josh Zucker, and a couple of surprise guests. I hope to see you are one or more of these shows. Please tell your friends, too! * * * Thursday, January 6, 9:00 pm: MILL VALLEY CA - The Invitational at Sweetwater, 153 Throckmorton Ave. $8. 415-388-2820. DG with David Nelson; Stevie Coyle of the Waybacks; Suzy Thompson; Rik Elswit; Eric Rawlins; Josh Zucker; and surprise guests. www.sweetwatersaloon.com Saturday, January 8, 9:30 am-1:30 pm: OAKLAND CA - Grand Lake Farmers' Market, at Splashpad Park across from the Grand Lake Theater at Lake Park and Grand Avenues. Free! And great produce, too. www.splashpad.org Sunday, January 9, 9 am-1 pm: SAN RAFAEL CA - Marin Farmers' Market, at the Marin Civic Center. Free! And great produce, too. Sunday, January 9, 6-8:30 pm: SAN FRANCISCO CA - DG and Michael Stadler at the Bazaar Cafe, 5927 California Street (between 21st & 22nd Avenues). No cover, but we will pass the hat! 415-831-5620. www.bazaarcafe.com, and in particular http://www.bazaarcafe.com/cgi-local/m.cgi?name=Michael%20Stadler * NORTHWEST TOUR IN LATE JANUARY - still being booked; details will be posted soon at www.dgans.com/gigs.html * Monday, February 7: MONROE UT - Zen Tricksters and DG at Mystic Hot Springs, 475 E. 100 North. www.mystichotsprings.com Thursday, February 10: FLAGSTAFF AZ - Dark Star Orchestra and DG at the Orpheum, 15 W Aspen Street. DG plays between sets. www.orpheumpresents.com Friday, February 11: ALBUQUERQUE NM - DG and Mr. Smolin at Stella Blue, 3001 Central. $5. 505-268-8667. www.stellablueabq.com More early-February southwest dates will be announced soon. * Thursday, February 17, 8:30pm: MILL VALLEY CA - The Invitational at Sweetwater, 153 Throckmorton. $8. Guests TBA. www.sweetwatersaloon.com Saturday, February 19, 9am-1am PST: PLANET EARTH - Annual KPFA Grateful Dead marathon. Broadcast live on KPFA 94.1 fm in northern California and KFCF 88.1 in Fresno CA; webcast via nugs.net, kpfa.org and kfcf.org. We've been doing this marathon every winter since 1986, raising thousands of dollars for the venerable listener-supported radio station and pleasing untold numbers of music lovers around the globe. This being the 20th anniversary of my career in radio (first broadcast was 2/18/85 on the KFOG Deadhead Hour), I will be featuring some favorite musical moments, interviews and other material from the GDH archive, as well as some newly-unearthed gems. Plus live music from Dark Star Orchestra! Marc Evans will host a chat room for the duration of the marathon, too. www.trufun.com/dttw *** Details on all these performances available at www.dgans.com/gigs.html
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