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 on: November 01, 2017, 09:53:48 am 
Started by rswift - Last post by rswift
Hoping John will be on tour again in 2018?? If so, will he possibly be doing any shows close to the Evansville, Indiana area?

 on: October 30, 2017, 10:22:12 pm 
Started by racketeer - Last post by racketeer
 I had written a sad note as to Tom Petty and his passing but I started to ramble and I deleted it. However, I do not want the time to go bye without letting my feelings out about how sad and momentous this is to me. I am a big Petty fan, although I am not familiar with the Heartbreakers...but my reality focus was on Tom...I knew that he had a kind heart as to his music and that although  "" Here Comes My Girl" was a reject song, that " ...he wouldn't " let go " like most rejectees are just subdued and "split on..." Rejection is my favorite inspiration, and he had music that could help me a lot. Kin of like bridging the only original thing you have with another's words. But, of course, you can say that about any lyric...known or unknown.
I teach a movement class at a social club, which is very important in my life, and I play lots of his music. So, you can only IMAGINE how I felt when a big part of my current dance music just though I may be comin' off weird, I do want to just thank his people, etc., for all the dancing and singing his music has brought me throughout the years.
Free Falling, Out in the Great Wide Open, Runnin' Down a Dream, Here Comes My Girl, Last Dance for Maryjane, I'm Learning to Fly, I Won't Back Down, Stop Draggin' My Heart Around(with Stevie Nicks), Don't Do Me Like That, and my cute fave, No Second Thought, mostly from his greatest hit album, earlier stuff, I guess, just affected me a lot.
And that's all I want to say. This was too early an RIP for my understanding.

 on: October 29, 2017, 03:10:33 pm 
Started by JohnsAngel - Last post by Maradona10
Sounds good. A blu ray would be most welcome.

 on: October 29, 2017, 08:59:04 am 
Started by Crystalmarie83 - Last post by walktall2010
It’s about John’s ex-wife Elaine, who he affectionately called “Missy.”

 on: October 29, 2017, 03:43:13 am 
Started by Crystalmarie83 - Last post by Crystalmarie83
What is the meaning behind this song?Huh

 on: October 26, 2017, 09:54:57 am 
Started by JohnsAngel - Last post by dusty947
Great news! Yippee!

 on: October 26, 2017, 07:50:32 am 
Started by JohnsAngel - Last post by TonyBClubManager
Does anybody know whatever happened with the Chicago Theater concert being videotaped? Is that being released on DVD? It's been a year so I was just curious, wanted relive an amazing night ♡♡♡

Its release is still coming, lots of work going on with it behind the scenes. Stay tuned for an announcement in the coming months.

 on: October 26, 2017, 12:51:11 am 
Started by JohnsAngel - Last post by JohnsAngel
Does anybody know whatever happened with the Chicago Theater concert being videotaped? Is that being released on DVD? It's been a year so I was just curious, wanted relive an amazing night ♡♡♡

 on: October 20, 2017, 08:23:05 am 
Started by hoss13820 - Last post by Aeroplane2
Hello John & Staff,

I wonder and forward a humble suggestion as I've had time to reflect on the SCAH tour where I attended in Illinois.  I know your SCAH tour was set up to appease the fans for the good ole favorites and set up attention for a few of the songs off the new album.  John if you tour even one more time, how would it be if the band and you play/perform some songs we don't know and some songs we do, only let the theme of the tour revolve around what we love about John Mellencamp and as the people are coming through the gates, use technology to tabulate the songs people miss hearing and would love to hear again live that are untypical of those played over the years or at FarmAid.  Let that be the hook that brings people to the last tour, "Yours and Mine" Tour?   Wink

Only God knows if it would be but no one is getting younger; and even though John, your band and YOU look as hot as ever, how many more tours are you really wanting to do or will do, 0?  Then how many tours would people still fill venues to see you in?  You have SO MANY albums of material that people don't typically hear unless going to their own collection or possibly YouTube, etc.  There are a s_ton of songs and every concert would be different; but your band and you did that for Live by Request in 2004 and calls never stopped but only a few got through.

It would be so awesomely wonderful to see something like that show you performed for Bloomington in 2004 performed across the country! Roll Eyes  Maybe a member or two of the old bands could even return to perform as a reunion performance even and if that were in Indiana, well I could get to that, being a fellow Hoosier!  What i would pay to see that live!

GOD bless you John, you are so loved!

 on: October 20, 2017, 08:02:50 am 
Started by sharonc - Last post by Aeroplane2
Hey John & Staff,

You were awesome on Morning Joe and thank you John for telling it like has been, is now and probably always will be! 

I wonder if this year's Sad Clowns and Hillbillies tour told you anything about how loved you really are to all of the average, middle-class, uncounted, no true voice and forgotten by Uncle Sam, folk!

"You see through everything and nothin' seems worthwhile
And hypocrite used to be such a big word to you
And it don't seem to mean anything to you now
Just try to live each and every precious moment
Don't be discouraged by the future forget the past
That's old advise but it'll be good to you..

Between a laugh and a tear
And that's as good as it can get for us
And there ain't no reason to stop tryin'"

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