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ZZ Top '74 in Central Park

Humbuck

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Never seen these before...
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zzshirts.jpg


2nd one is ZZ Top shirts being thrown into the crowd.
 

zensurfer

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OT: Humbuck, you playin' the Tattoo Convention/Show here in Philly this weekend with Murphy's Law?
 

Humbuck

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No zensurfer, I've been out of Murphy's Law for years...late '04 I guess. I have played a Philly tat convention or two with murph in the past though! Although my favorite Philly shows were either the Khyber or uspstairs at the Troc. Cheers, thanks for asking.:salude How'd you even remember?
 

sgtJoe

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I didnt get it there, not familiar with that site.
 

Mondoslug

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Great pic...thanks!

I really wish I could say what the hell is The Schaefer Music festival but unfortunately i was around back then. I remember seeing Wishbone Ash & Joe Walsh there around that time. Wish I'd seen ZZ!
 

The Boz 56

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Great pic...thanks!

I really wish I could say what the hell is The Schaefer Music festival but unfortunately i was around back then. I remember seeing Wishbone Ash & Joe Walsh there around that time. Wish I'd seen ZZ!

Ha I know what you mean. So many great shows right in the the middle of NYC. Tickets were about $2.50 for orchestra and $1.50 for the bleachers. Or you could sit outside on the rocks for free. Many night the show was better out there if you know what I mean. Thanks for memories Humbuck.
 

sgtJoe

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Great pic...thanks!

I really wish I could say what the hell is The Schaefer Music festival but unfortunately i was around back then. I remember seeing Wishbone Ash & Joe Walsh there around that time. Wish I'd seen ZZ!

Schaefer was a popular brand of beer in the 60's and 70's, their sales chant was "Schafer...is the...one beer to have...when your having more than one."

I'm showing my age now!
 

fender69

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Excellent beer.....brings back memories. Now if I could just find some Ballantine Ale.
 

The Boz 56

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Excellent beer.....brings back memories. Now if I could just find some Ballantine Ale.

Get a bleacher seat in Yankee Stadium on a nice hot day. They sell Ballantine tall boys. Only 9 bucks a can lol.
 

Mondoslug

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Schaefer was a popular brand of beer in the 60's and 70's, their sales chant was "Schafer...is the...one beer to have...when your having more than one."
Don't I know it. Kinda crappy beer also.
 

fender69

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Ahhhh, back in my younger (college) days....the cheap beers we drank, since we couldn't afford anything else. Stroh's 15 packs, Red White & Blue, Mickey's Big Mouths, Wiedemann, Little Kings, the list goes on and on....:salude
 

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Texas Pride (before it became a select microbrew). Really good stuff was Jax, Falstaff,...
 

MapleFlame

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Genesee Screamers ahh the bathroom trips the next day. Pabst Blue Ribbon at 15 and the troubled mornings.
 
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