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Anyone get to see 'POISON' in the Glam Slam tour?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Rob FM, Aug 16, 2001.

  1. Rob FM

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    Cripes. My head would explode with my 80s flashbacks! [​IMG]
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    Bobby Dahl threw his back out earlier this month and had to have surgery.
     
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    I didn't see them on this tour, but did see them last year.
    Poison
    Dokken
    Slaughter
    Cinderella
    I was disappointed that George Lynch has left Dokken again!
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    I caught the tour here in Houston. I like Poison's new look. They played all the hits and only one new song called "Rock Star". Vince Neil performed as well. He did a few Crue songs. Great White was okay. They weren't quite with it. Warrant put on a great set too. I didn't get to see Z'Nuff, Riot, or any of the other bands because I got there late, so I can't comment on them. I had a good time. Makes me wish Rock & Roll was as big as it used to be.
     
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    I can imagine that Reb Beach did just fine playing with Dokken! [​IMG]
    IIRC he was good on the album he recorded with 'em. One of the few "must see" bands on my list I haven't seen. . .(along with The Who and Queen- The Who seem to be *increasing* their activity these days, but alas Queen is never to be. . . [​IMG] )
     

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