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SLQ: Tom Petty Concert Postponed Updated: Sunday, 26 Sep 2010, 10:12 PM MDT Published : Sunday, 26 Sep 2010, 10:12 PM MDT PHOENIX - Tom Petty fans were disappointed Sunday night after the 80s icon's concert at US Airways Center was postponed. Petty developed a throat infection, and his doctor advised him not to perform. He was to perform with his band, the Heartbreakers, and ZZ Top was scheduled to be the opening act. A make up day had not yet been announced on Sunday

SLQ: http://www.roks.ru/index.php?chapter=hittop&action=save 2 место!!!!!!!!!

Voldar: Это сильно,может мы его и на самый верх поднимем.

SLQ: Voldar пишет: Это сильно,может мы его и на самый верх поднимем. Надо бы попробовать. Я вот думаю ближе к 20 октября поднажать. Но начинать нужно уже сейчас.

Goldenday: SLQ пишет: 2 место!!!!!!!!! Вот так сюрприз

SLQ: Friday Night: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers At The Woodlands By Chris Gray, Mon., Sep. 27 2010 @ 1:00PM In a catalog studded with them, one of the saddest songs Tom Petty ever wrote is also one of the most revealing. As far as we know, it's never seen the light of stage since the tour for its parent album, 1999's Echo, but "Room At the Top" described the scene at the Woodlands Friday night to the letter: I got a room at the top of the world tonight I can see everything tonight I got a room where everyone Can have a drink and forget those things That went wrong in their life Those words may look like a party onscreen, but they don't sound like one in the song. "Room At the Top" was written in the midst of Petty's divorce from his first wife, but we wonder if he thinks about those lyrics differently these days. Or, maybe, if something like Friday is what he meant all along. We don't know how it feels to be him, of course, but from where we were sitting standing, an evening with Petty and his trusty Heartbreakers is as close as we've ever come to a two-hour furlough from this thing called life. Electric word, life, and an electrifying show. Friday made us think of "Room At the Top" for another reason too. Petty and the Heartbreakers are at the pinnacle of their profession, with millions of albums sold, a slew of awards, one Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, unyielding adoration from critics and fans alike and, underneath it all, a well-earned reputation as one of the best live bands - if not the best - to ever come down the pike. Almost 35 years after releasing their first album, Petty and the Heartbreakers have absolutely nothing left to prove. So what do they do now? Whatever they want to, naturally. Friday, that included throwing in just enough hits to keep the crowd happy, but besides a sprawling, laser-guided "Don't Come Around Here No More" and riptide "Refugee" that closed the main set, and a potent-as-ever "American Girl" that was the band's goodnight this time around, the hits that stood out were of (relatively) more recent vintage - and the songs that stood out even more weren't hits at all. Yet. "You Don't Know How It Feels" and "Mary Jane's Last Dance" were held up by the virile harmonica of the Heartbreakers' ace in the hole, utilityman Scott Thurston. It turned out, though, that Thurston was just warming up for "Jefferson Jericho Blues," one of four songs in a row the Heartbreakers played from new album Mojo. ​Besides "Jefferson," which could have won Thurston a spot in Muddy Waters' band if Waters were still alive, the Mojo tracks showcased what a demon "co-captain" Mike Campbell has become on guitar - even more than encore opener "Runnin' Down a Dream." Campbell himself had warmed up a few songs earlier, with the stinging blues riffs of Fleetwood Mac's "Oh Well" as Petty patrolled the stage shaking a pair of maracas. Campbell's snaky lead steered the Heartbreakers through the late-'60s psychedelia of "Good Enough," a sort of slower, steamier sequel to "Oh Well." Keyboardist Benmont Tench added some tight, rhythmic B-3 bumps to "Running Man's Bible," the same sort of '40s/'50s West Coast jump-blues that has had such a profound effect on Jimmie Vaughan. The real killer, though, was the howling fury Campbell channeled into his guitar on "I Should Have Known It," which if it came out 20 or 30 years ago, would have been one of Petty's biggest hits and, 40 years ago, would have been one of Led Zeppelin's. Aftermath is willing to bet that a lot of people at the Woodlands Friday had no idea the Heartbreakers - first and foremost bassist Ron Blair and drummer Steve Ferrone - could get so heavy. More than "Free Fallin'," more than the extended stream-of-consciousness "Breakdown," more than a delicate, acoustic "Learning To Fly" and more than the rush we always get when the opening chords of "Listen to Her Heart" signal the beginning of another Petty concert, the Mojo tracks were the best example of what Aftermath took away most of all from Friday's show: How much this band enjoys each other's company onstage, and how much they enjoy playing for their audience, who - whether they know the songs or not - gives it right back. And that's good enough. Good enough for right now, and good enough that we were an even bigger Petty fan at 11 p.m. than we were at 9. Which, if you haven't guessed already, is really saying something. Personal Bias: Ummm... well... maybe a little... Overheard In the Crowd: Not much, really. Everyone near us was either singing along or conversing quietly enough that we couldn't hear them over the band. The Crowd: Petty Nation - white, mid-twenties to mid-fifties, employed and having a blast. Random Notebook Dump: We hope the crowd took heed of the message onscreen between ZZ Top and the Heartbreakers that their ticket came with a free digital copy of Mojo. SET LIST Listen To Her Heart You Don't Know How It Feels I Won't Back Down Free Fallin' Oh Well Mary Jane's Last Dance King's Highway Breakdown Jefferson Jericho Blues Good Enough Running Man's Bible I Should Have Known It Learning To Fly Don't Come Around Here No More Refugee ENCORE Runnin' Down a Dream American Girl

SLQ: Petty, Heartbreakers rock BOK crowd By JENNIFER CHANCELLOR Check out Tulsa World music reporter Jennifer Chancellor's Barrelhouse Beat blog for music news, videos and more. Tom Petty and his Heartbreakers shook a near-capacity crowd Thursday night at the BOK Center, which was celebrating its second anniversary. Six high-definition screens hovered in a semicircle over the band and added depth and drama to Petty's musical prowess. The six smaller screens gave way to enormous LED screens, stories high, up close and personal on Petty. "This is our very first show in Tulsa, Oklahoma," he said as the crowd reciprocated with nearly a full minute of cheers. "I love it here!" He and his backing band thanked the audience often and blew kisses into the crowd. Petty is a consummate professional still in the prime of his game. Thursday night's show proved that. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee played oldies ("Listen to Her Heart"), goodies ("Mary Jane's Last Dance") and newbies ("Good Enough"). The set spanned his 40-plus-year career, with plenty of crowd- pleasing hits to anchor the bluesy rock mix, including "You Don't Know How it Feels," "Breakdown," "Don't Come Around Here No More," "American Girl," "Free Fallin" and "Refugee." Petty wore a royal blue velvet jacket and oversized red tie, white button-down shirt and black pants as he rocked through Thursday night's set, which included a playful, rumbling version of Fleetwood Mac's "Oh Well," the frontman shaking maracas to the beat. A mini-set in the midst of the concert tackled new "Mojo" album tunes with garagey, blues-rock rambunctiousness and included "Jefferson Jericho Blues," "Good Enough," "Running Man's Bible" and "I Should Have Known it." Petty and guitarist Mike Campbell hurled rock licks toward each other with fiery glee. Texas music stalwart ZZ Top opened the show. Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill and Frank Beard didn't stun the crowd as much as they wooed them. It seems like every ZZ Top song is a classic. Their fur-bearing guitars and beard-flaunting shtick is as well-rehearsed as it is popular. Gibbons reminded Okies that the trio's been the blues-rock house band for the Sooner state for four decades as they played a roster of hits, including "Sharp Dressed Man," "Tush," "Just Got Paid" and "Legs."

SLQ: Какое-то неудачное турне в этом году. Опять перносят концерты. Том так и не вылечил горло. :( Можно посочувстовать западным фанам - столько переносов и отмен за один тур. San Diego Show Tonight Postponed. Both San Diego & Phoenix Rescheduled For Next Week Tom Petty continues to suffer from a sinus and throat infection and on his doctor’s advice the band is regretfully postponing tonight's concert at Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre in Chula Vista, CA for one week until Tuesday October 5. Tickets for tonight’s original date will be honored on October 5. The concert at the US Airways Center in Phoenix, AZ, which was to take place on September 26, has also been rescheduled and will now take place on Thursday October 7. Tom’s doctors have advised him not to perform for the next few days but expect that he will be fully recovered for shows this coming weekend. The show in Phoenix on October 7 will be the final performance on Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers’ 2010 Mojo Tour. The remaining dates on the Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers Mojo Tour 2010 are as follows: October 1: Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA October 2: Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Irvine, CA October 5: Cricket Wireless Amphitheater, San Diego, CA (rescheduled from September 28) October 7: US Airways Center, Phoenix, AZ (rescheduled from September 26)

SLQ: Большая статья о работе звукоинженеров во время тура Masters Of Their Craft: On Tour With Tom Petty Modern technology reveals traditional sounds for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers 2010 tour. Читать тут The Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences took a select group of students to U.S. Airways Arena in downtown Phoenix to observe the setup for Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers' MOJO tour concert date on September 26th, 2010. CRAS was the guest of Petty's front of house sound engineer and 6 time TEC award winner Robert Scovill. Robert has a long history with CRAS as a curriculum developer and member of the CRAS board of directors. Students also got to meet front of house technician Jim Brentlinger and monitor technician Mike Bangs who both work for Sound Image and are graduates of the Conservatory. Amazingly soundcheck was just about to begin when the call came in that Tom Petty was ill and that the show was cancelled! While Petty fans were surely dissapointed, CRAS students still saw an amazing setup for a show that no one ever saw. Больше фото тут

Voldar: Мощный аппарат у Тома и ребят,вспоминается,как Джеффа в юнности однажды чуть не убило микрофоном.На него было подано 220 вольт,спасло его только то,что он по привычке сначала приставил к микрофону струны гитары.

SLQ: Voldar пишет: Мощный аппарат у Тома и ребят,вспоминается,как Джеффа в юнности однажды чуть не убило микрофоном.На него было подано 220 вольт,спасло его только то,что он по привычке сначала приставил к микрофону струны гитары. Тома тоже как-то на концерте током от микрофона дернулло хорошо. :(

SLQ: http://www.roks.ru/chart Продолжаем голосовать. Теперь для этого надо залогиниться на сайте.

Goldenday: Товарищи, полная фигня какая-то у меня с регистрацией. Зарегистрировался на сайте: ввёл свой майл и пароль. Появилось: пароль для активации выслан вам на почтовый ящик. Второй день ничего нет. Сегодня ввожу новое имя и тот же майл для повторной регистрации, написано: юзер с таким майлом зарегистрирован. Тогда пробую восстановить пароль, по просьбе опять ввожу свой майл и первичные данные, написано: юзер с таким майлом не зарегистрирован. Тупик.

Voldar: Димка,напиши ихнему админу,скажи мы им за Тома порвем все что можно,пущай они тебе в ручную на почту активацию скинут.У меня вроде нормально все прошло.

Goldenday: Voldar пишет: пущай они тебе в ручную на почту активацию скинут Попытаюсь.

Voldar: Tom Petty Feeling Better and Will Perform Tonight As Tom Petty says, "“I am feeling better and looking forward to the remaining shows on the tour. Thank you to everyone for being so patient and my apologies for the inconvenience.” Это сообщение было офсайте 1 октября и вечером группа действительно отыграла концерт на Hollywood Bowl. Bob Sockolich doesn't remember anything about the show in '68 when Hendrix played the Hollywood Bowl, but there he is standing on the sidestage as Jimi - head back, eyes closed and his lips barely clinging a lit cigarette - rips a guitar solo in a gorgeous photo hanging across from Tom's dressing room. 42 years later, and Sockolich is still the head electrician at the landmark venue where Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers made their triumphant return to Los Angeles Friday night for a sold-out show in front of friends, family and fans. "It's good to be back in Hollywood!" Tom said at the end of "I Won't Back Down," obviously feeling rejuvenated after a bout with a cold forced the band to postpone shows in Phoenix and San Diego. "We wanna dedicate this next one to all our ex-girlfriends in the audience," Tom said before he and Mike launched into the opening guitar riff of "Free Fallin'," eliciting a wave of screams from the 17,000-plus fans packed into the amphitheater as they held their lighters and cell phones over their heads. For a band that dreamed of playing this hallowed hall while they paid their dues back in the '70s playing five sets for fifty bucks just over the hill on the Sunset Strip, the scene must have been surreal. Standing sidestage as the last notes of a joyous "American Girl" rang out, Bob Sockolich glanced at the scene through his glasses and ran his hands through his grey hair. "What a show!"

SLQ: Голосовать теперь можно один раз в день!!!!! Причем сразу видно движение песни в чарте!

Voldar: Очень наглядно получается,как проголосовал, Том поднялся с 10 на 6 место.

Sergey`M: А я на 5-е поднял!

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