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Comments on Emmy Lou Harris [reply]
 
One of the best gigs ever even if the bouncers wouldn't let us out for a pint in Lauders at the break. We were country fans, just honest to goodness good ole boys with tickets looking for three fingers of red eye.

Great band James Burton, Albert Lee on guitars, Glenn D Hardin on Piano actually Elvis's Vegas band plus Rodney Crowell. Boulders to Birmingham not a dry eye in the house. OOOh las Vegas, Queen of The Silver Dollar stormed the crowd.
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Remember this as a brilliant night.  One of the best.  Second half was pure rock and roll.  Brilliant band.  Emmy Lou as beautiful then as now! [reply]
 
BTW The Hot band were not the support. It was a two hour concert by Emmy Lou Harris and the Hot Band with a break in between sets.

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Absolutely fantastic show - one of my all time best gigs! James Burton was amazing as was the great Glen D. Hardin on the piano. Don't think Albert Lee was there though, I'm fairly sure he replaced James B in later line-ups of the Hot Band. Saw Rodney Crowell recently at Oran Mor and he talked about this gig....apparently he was totally spooked by someone in the audience who looked exactly like him and stared at him throughout the show. He even got his wife to come out on stage and look to make sure he wasn't hallucinating! [reply]
 
 
 
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