Its intention has been to help inform the football coach and the interested football observer on a wide variety of to pics, usually - but not always - related in some way to coaching or leadership. It contains news and views often trigger alert! Subjects cover but aren't limited to coaching, leadership, character, football history and current football happenings, education, parenting, citizenship and patriotism, other sports, and even, sometimes, my offense. TO BUY - http:
Ken Michaelis I have attached another scan of a stub I have that will either help or deepen a mystery! Although your site lists a Chicago Aragon date of 1 Jan as the original date for this show, I have a stub that seems to indicate it was actually scheduled for 2 Jan This show was cancelled and made up on 23 Jan The stub shows a date code of "" and a partial date of "02 ", so I believe that may be the actual originally scheduled date.
Ralph Although roadie Rick Reyer had this cancelled gig down for 1st Jan, I think Ken's ticket evidence seems pretty clear. Therefore, accordingly I've re-dated this gig to 2nd Jan The only strange thing for me is that the stub appears to be used!!
To get a refund, I imagine you'd have to surrender the original ticket at the box office. But even if you didn't, that still wouldn't account for it being ripped. I suppose it's possible they honoured these tickets for the later gig on the 23rd?
Steve Smelser I was at that show. Cant remember many details, I was 15 at the time. Ted Nugent seemed to play every concert that came to the Cap Centre. Rush was great, BOC was even better. I do remember the Laser light show from BOC, I dont think many bands used that then, it was pretty new.
I remember all members coming out to the front of the stage playing guitars, awesome. By the way - BOC headlined! Busch I went to this one - It was general admission I believe.
All the bands were great. I was right up in front of the stage. Very loud - took my ears a few days to recuperate. Leslie West did Mississippi Queen!! Ralph Can you confirm that there were these other four bands on this bill: Busch It was definitely those five bands. I've been telling friends about this concert for years.
The fella I went to the concert with moved to Texas after college and I haven't spoken to him in years but I may try to get in touch with him and see if he remembers more about the show.
I don't remember BOC as being the headliner but I would say they were the most well known of the five groups. The only band that I didn't know anything about at the time was Rush and I think? My memory isn't what it should be.
I went to the concert mainly to see Leslie West because I was a big Mountain fan, but all of the bands were great. By the way, the Capitol Centre was torn down a few years ago and a shopping mall was put in it's place. Those were the days!
However, for whatever reason they chose to have Leslie West close the show. There was a mass exodus to the doors which was too bad, because Leslie gave us a pretty good set - Mississippi Queen and Nantucket Sleighride being the obvious highlights. Rush opened the show and was actually pretty horrible.
I think Neal had been with the band less than a year. I saw them 2 years later at the same venue the Cap Centre was a fantastic place to see shows - incredible acoustics for a hockey rink and I couldn't believe it was the same band - they cooked.
We're relying on a 32 year old memory that's pretty shaky anyway, but I seem to recall that Ted tore the place up. Lots of loud, fast guitar for the whole set. Sadly, I can't recall anything about REO's set which is really too bad because I think they were recording these shows for their "You Get What You Play For" album - gotta be one of my all time top 5 live albums.
BOC, as usual, were stellar. Somewhere in my parents' basement in District Heights, MD there should be a box with this ticket stub "A Holiday Spectacular - 5 bands for 5 bucks" was how the show was advertised and the review from the Washington Star.About the event. Student preparation for the Twelfth Annual Business Plan Competition April will include weekly “resource nights,” starting this month, hosted by the WSU College of Business..
March 6: Insights from past business plan competition teams. On Tuesday, November 13, , at p.m., officers assigned to the Portland Police Bureau's North Precinct and Traffic Division and the Port of Portland Police Department responded to the report that a vehicle struck a pedestrian near Northeast Airport Way and Northeast th Avenue.
Published continually since , "NEWS YOU CAN USE" was a Blog before "Blog" was even a word! Its intention has been to help inform the football coach and the interested football observer on a wide variety of to pics, usually - but not always - related in some way to coaching or leadership.
It contains news and views often (trigger alert!) highly opinionated but intended to be thought-pr ovoking. WSU Pharmacy Students are Finalists in National Business Plan Competition July 16, PULLMAN, Wash.
— A team of four WSU pharmacy students has been invited to a competition in Boston in October at the annual meeting of the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA).
The WSU team created a plan for a Cougar Pharmacy, which would. Here’s your complete list of all the top Washington festivals in Your not to miss events in the greatest state in the land! Festivals and events in Washington along with .
Experience The Difference In The Carson College of Business Upcoming events More events» Newsroom More news».