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Subject: AWB Concert in Las Vegas

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Date Posted: 19:44:13 09/12/16 Mon

Just saw AWB in Las Vegas (minus of course Hamish, Molly and Roger) on Saturday night at the Alliante Hotel and Casino. I was surprised at how good the show was. My wife surprised me with the tickets and I didn't have the heart to tell her I didn't want to go (knowing Hamish wasn't on vocals). However, the guy they have singing Hamish's parts had an outstanding and powerful voice with great range -- they lucked out finding him. The horns were great too. Alan's voice has worn well -- just not very powerful (but whose is at that age?) -- but still just fine. The horns were great. I was really surprised they didn't sing Hamish's "A Love of Your Own" though they did sing "Cloudy" and "Queen of My Soul" -- both Hamish penned tunes. They also opened the show singing a surprise song that I've always loved from the white album "I Just Can't Give You Up" -- another Hamish song! Anyway, I wanted Hamish to know that the guy they recruited to sing his songs did a surprisingly great job. It was sold out (or nearly sold out crowd) at a fairly large venue -- which was good to see. I'd love to see 360 though I doubt they are coming to Las Vegas. Cheers, John

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