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Did anyone see Trombone Shorty last weekend?

by Brian Taylor Clark » Thu Apr 07, 2011 1:54 pm

I really wanted to attend, but other obligations prevented it. Anyone go? Reviews?
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Re: Did anyone see Trombone Shorty last weekend?

by Heather L » Thu Apr 07, 2011 3:49 pm

I did!! I thought it was GREAT! I love horns though - give me horns, horns and more horns please.

He played "Something Beautiful" which is one my favorite songs. There was a good size crowd - especially with so many other things going on in town last weekend. It was also a pretty diverse crowd, which I loved!

We got down and funky! :D

I would say he is a must-see if he comes back around.
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Re: Did anyone see Trombone Shorty last weekend?

by Brian Taylor Clark » Thu Apr 07, 2011 4:06 pm

Heather L wrote:I did!! I thought it was GREAT! I love horns though - give me horns, horns and more horns please.

He played "Something Beautiful" which is one my favorite songs. There was a good size crowd - especially with so many other things going on in town last weekend. It was also a pretty diverse crowd, which I loved!

We got down and funky! :D

I would say he is a must-see if he comes back around.

If you could see me right now, I'm literally kicking myself for not going.I've been doing tons of painting on my remodel lately and Trombone Shorty gives me "happy strokes", especially with oil base :D I tried everything I could to get out of other obligations but sometimes, "If Momma ain't happy, nobodies happy",
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Real Estate Agent-Semonin Realtors-502-558-1441
Specializing in Investment Property/Client Sales in the Highlands, Germantown, Crescent Hill, and St. Matthews

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