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Saturday, January 27, 2007

Bottle Rockets and Otis Gibbs

Midway through the show, I decided I wanted to write a review of the Bottle Rockets' gig in Greenville, South Carolina. Otis Gibbs, the guy who opened, blew me away and I thought I owed them all a few words from the heart.

Alas, my wife, within five seconds of getting home, hit her blog and wrote...well, pretty much everything I was going to. Scooped again.

So, if you're a fan of the Bottle Rockets or are looking for a new guy to give a listen, check out the wife's post: Going Back In Time.

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Blogger ken said...

Damned if her writing didn't emasculate yours with that one...

Hope she leaves things intact for other activities!

ROFL

8:34 AM  

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