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June 23, 2008

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Tierra

i meant gary by the way i dont kno wat iz seen in nuno

Tierra

i agree w/thom Great hair.i wuz pissed when he cut it.but such a b-u-tiful voice.no 1 tops that sexybeast!

adam

can't wait for that show. i am a huge King's X fan, and seeing them play with Extreme is almost like a dream come true.

see you there Mark :)

Daniel Ross

For those interested, follow Mark's link to get to the XM Podcast page. The interview is under the podcast for 'The Boneyard.'

Seth Reese

I am surprised by how many people have missed out on Extreme. I guess working at camp has made me super sensitive to people missing out on pop culture I consider important But, what are you gonna do? Other people's kids.

Daniel Ross

I am envious ... I will be visiting the ATL region (in-laws live in Gwinett Co.) in August. But, alas, it's the week before the Extreme concert and, DOUBLE alas, the Braves are out of town that week.

Gary Cherone is highly underrated. Good on ya for giving him props.

Melanie

No, no fan moments for you. ;) JK This just struck me a little funny since most of us are Third Day fans and quite familiar with "fan moments."

I haven't heard Extreme, but I have heard Queen. I saw them many years ago in San Fran. Good music/good vocals, means I should check Extreme out. :)

joanne

If they are Queen-esque, then I am there. Queen was my favorite band in high school, and Brian May totally rocked!

Thom

That dude had really pretty hair, for sure.

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