Reviews of Maverick and Americana International



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Reviews of Maverick and Americana International

Postby SJ » Tue Jul 10, 2012 9:14 am

The following blog now includes extensive reviews of Saturday at the Maverick Festival and the whole of Americana International.

If you attended or not, feel free to comment in this thread or on the site.

http://threechordsandthetruthuk.blogspot.co.uk/
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Re: Reviews of Maverick and Americana International

Postby Smudger » Tue Jul 10, 2012 9:39 am

SJ wrote:the whole of Americana International


apart from Confederate Railroad!!!!
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Re: Reviews of Maverick and Americana International

Postby SJ » Tue Jul 10, 2012 10:38 am

Smudger wrote:
SJ wrote:the whole of Americana International


apart from Confederate Railroad!!!!


Perhaps a re-phrasing of the word 'whole' as it's impossible to see everything.

Just a personal decision to watch the fine Stacie Collins instead of Confederate Railroad.
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Re: Reviews of Maverick and Americana International

Postby lo&m » Mon Jul 16, 2012 5:12 pm

Like SJ, I too was faced with the choice of seeing Confederate Railroad or Stacie Collins. I chose CR because Chris Jackson had finally landed them after ten years of trying whereas this was SC's second visit. Of the two, she is more likely to make a return visit.
Confederate Railroad were brilliant. a truly big stage performance for the new, bigger stage. They played all their hits of course, plus a tribute to Waylon Jennings and encored with Skynyrd's Simple Man. Magnificent.
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Re: Reviews of Maverick and Americana International

Postby Smudger » Mon Jul 16, 2012 6:07 pm

lo&m wrote:Confederate Railroad were brilliant. a truly big stage performance for the new, bigger stage. They played all their hits of course, plus a tribute to Waylon Jennings and encored with Skynyrd's Simple Man. Magnificent.

Wish I'd been there! Or wish they'd done some other gigs in the UK.
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