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Elks' comb over

Cuyahoga Falls, OH (via Clayton, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   July 11, 2015


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Emmitt Smith and T.O. battling on the Dallas star... Bucks? Every Saturday
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  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 20 Jun 2020

Dinner and a Movie streams have been amazing these past few months and viewer numbers have been insane. I believe it hit 38,000 during the 97 show and I haven’t seen any other bands getting anywhere near those type of numbers. 

Wish they would throw some more 90’s era in the mix but I’m happy with whatever they’ll give us, its free. So far the 97 show was the best out of the bunch. 

Comment 12 May 2020

Piling on here. Simple MInds wasn't anywhere near a one hit wonder. Buy the compilation album and you won't be disappointed. Alive and Kicking was also a big hit and Ghost Dancing is one of my favorites by them as well. There isn't a bad song on here.

A-Ha is another that gets grouped into one hit wonder status but they had others. See below and Stay on these Roads

Comment 19 Mar 2020

Doing well. Healthy and still working so I can't complain at the current moment... except maybe the panic buyers that have made it damn near impossible to find boneless chicken. Office is scrambling around to set up working at home if we need to. Our California offices already had to switch over to that. How are you and the wife doing?

Comment 06 Mar 2020

Indeed. The Chris Gaines experiment was a weird one considering everything he was putting out as Garth would turn to gold. Every songwriter in the industry wanted to get their songs in front of him. Some hate it but I enjoyed his music and even pulled out Double Live months ago after not giving it a listen for probably more than a decade. The songs still sounded fresh like they would work if released today. How was the recent show? I watched the first part of the special he had on TV. In the beginning he played a small part of a song he was working on at the time and was hooked immediately. He hasn't lost it one bit, but that was a small sample size obviously.

Comment 06 Mar 2020

I wouldn't consider him the best live showman but his Double Live album still holds the record. Over 21 million copies and counting.

Comment 05 Mar 2020

I wouldn't go as far as hate but one band I don't really care for?

Kiss - A couple good songs here and there but they are an overrated band in my opinion. Theatrics sold at the time.

Greatish band:

Metallica - After the Black album. What could have been if Cliff and Dave never went away. However, Dave's ousting gave us Megadeth so we have that to be thankful for. They have had some good songs since then but there is a huge drop off from the earlier work. Dave is one of the best when it comes to writing a riff.

Not surprised I guess on your stance but I still enjoy:

I am a Dave Matthews Band fan and can see where you are coming from. I too realize that after the Everyday album came out I started to drift from the band a bit. I was looking forward to hearing Dave pick up an electric (baritone in his case) and it turned out like Tim Reynolds with an electric. The two are masters with an acoustic in their hand, but put an electric in there and it goes down hill... especially Tim.

Warning - Do not listen to Tim Reynold's electric songs on his solo albums. It reaches Yoko Ono territory. Hard to believe it is even the same person.

Comment 05 Mar 2020

Garth is great. Best live album of all time... though technically its a compilation of live shows which is cheating if you ask me.

Comment 05 Mar 2020

Quite a few great artists weren't great back in the day live. Hendrix was a very sloppy player live