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 #71277  by FretWilkes
 Wed Jan 06, 2010 10:23 pm
Thanks to all for the warm welcome!
RiverRat wrote:
FretWilkes wrote:I have a CD out with my best buddy and "brother from another mother" Richard Sage. It's called "Sage Advice".
We'll try not to hold this against you... liking Dick and his huge organ!

Welcome... From another member of the "I lost my Brain in Maine" crew!
Ah Maine...Now THAT was fun! In Maine 2008 with Big Rhythm Wine. Old Japanese Beatle Bass copy...
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Dick Sage channeling Brent Mydland on the Nord Electro 3 (his huge organ) :lol:
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 #71286  by jeffm725
 Thu Jan 07, 2010 6:09 am
Fred!
Awesome you are here.
I posted a couple of the videos with Shakedown from Toads last week.
Here is the opener: (Eyes>estimated>cold Rain)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQA7i_7W0Aw
You rocked it on bass! Thanks so much for helping us out.

Gotta couple Legion gigs cooking so you and Sage are gonna have to hoof it back to the nutmeg state for those!
 #71323  by FretWilkes
 Thu Jan 07, 2010 11:13 am
jeffm725 wrote:Fred!
Awesome you are here.
I posted a couple of the videos with Shakedown from Toads last week.

You rocked it on bass! Thanks so much for helping us out.

Gotta couple Legion gigs cooking so you and Sage are gonna have to hoof it back to the nutmeg state for those!
Hi Jeff, old pal old chum!

Thanks for the welcome, I'm happy to be where all the cool kids hangout. And THANKS AGAIN for inviting me to play with you guys...MAJOR FUN. I'll check the Vid, but I won't listen too closely to the bass :oops: , but I'm glad you liked it. The crowd seemed to enjoy the heck out of the band that night. Did I mention MAJOR FUN??!! I thought the topless girls would never quit...how distracting...sheesh! :shock: 8)

Bring on the Legion!
 #71491  by glencl
 Fri Jan 08, 2010 7:10 pm
fred,this is glen from slatersville...i would like to get together with you for a few tunes?401-575-1871..if you have the time?