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 on: March 14, 2019, 09:19:06 am 
Started by golfgolf333 - Last post by golfgolf333
Made it to the St. Louis show Tuesday 3/12/19.   I have seen John going back to 1986 in Bloomington IN when he played the football stadium for Little 5 weekend.

St. Louis show was amazing and sold out !!  3,100 in attendance.

Question:  I got to the show just as the band came onstage and I missed the video that was shown prior to the show.   What  / where is the video from and is it somewhere online that I could watch it now ?

thanks, Mike

 on: March 12, 2019, 01:17:07 pm 
Started by jszfunk - Last post by jszfunk
Just would like some thoughts on Johns setlist. We went to the Louisville show the other day. I was hoping to hear some of the songs from OPS(besides Stones in My Passway), but that did not happen.

I would like to see him rotate his standard setlist songs with more
deep tracks. I understand he has to play the hits(for the crowd,please the masses) or a good portion, but to be honest I could careless if I were to ever hear any of those again. No offense to John and that material, but I have heard enough to last me a life time. But like I said you have to please the masses. It might freshen things up for him and the audience.

John has some great deep stuff and honestly I prefer the material of the last 10-11 yrs more than anything.
The 90's has some really solid material, and its ignored in concert.

I would like to hear him do a stripped down acoustic tour, more rootsy/folk/blues flavor. Thats where he shines IMHO.

 on: March 11, 2019, 12:52:36 am 
Started by ohm066 - Last post by ohm066
The show was great, I live in south Florida and to see it in Evansville.

 on: March 10, 2019, 05:29:49 pm 
Started by dreamweaver - Last post by Aeroplane2
Rain on the Scarecrow, without a doubt, great commentary on the plight of the small farm/farmer wrapped up in an awesome song!!!

 on: March 10, 2019, 05:25:37 pm 
Started by walktall2010 - Last post by Aeroplane2
I can't vote these song parings individually as both albums are, without question, amazing; but I believe the Scarecrow album is the dearest and truest album to so many hearts and minds, surely the best album of that era, in my mind, of any artist or band!!!

 on: March 10, 2019, 05:14:26 pm 
Started by sharonc - Last post by Aeroplane2
We saw the kick off tour show in South Bend, IN.  John might be 67; but his songs are truly ageless to those that love his music.  The band members may show age; but they too are ageless when watching the show, so much energy, still such an enjoyable band to enjoy in concert!

Thank you John and band! 

 on: March 10, 2019, 05:00:16 pm 
Started by dusty123 - Last post by Aeroplane2
I think it's a wonderful account John tells about what inspired him to write the song; and there is so much truth in the words of this song, thank you John!

 on: March 08, 2019, 09:00:21 am 
Started by dusty123 - Last post by dusty123
I just heard Longest Days for the first time on an AXS concert on TV. I have always been a fan of John going back to when I was a kid hearing Rain on Scarecrow, Blood on a Plow and then i wore out the Human Wheels tape when i was in high school. This song though is now my favorite and you can hear it coming from the depths of his soul. Thanks John for writing and recording this one!

 on: March 08, 2019, 12:30:53 am 
Started by IneedaLoverBaby - Last post by IneedaLoverBaby
Does anyone know if you can get an autograph from John on this "The John Mellencamp Show" tour? like before the show or even after if that's what it takes.

 on: March 05, 2019, 12:35:27 pm 
Started by Jackiehaz - Last post by MNorris149
Thanks Tony! I will let you know.


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