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Great playing, but a tough crowd. I couldn't just stand and watch without a least tapping a foot to the music and bopping a bit to the music. This crowd looks like they belong in a wax museum.
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My daughter's hobby is singing in a trio. They perform locally, and have regular gigs in a couple of retirement homes and the crowds are pretty much the same. Only the occasional foot tapper. But they recently performed for our senior group and drew $238 when I passed the hat. Our group was pretty lively compared to this one.

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Great keyboardist. I feel the same when I watch Reese Wynans who played with Stevie Ray Vaughn and now with Joe Bonamassa.
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Great playing, but a tough crowd. I couldn't just stand and watch without a least tapping a foot to the music and bopping a bit to the music. This crowd looks like they belong in a wax museum.
Oliver, I'm sure that it was a showroom demonstration rather that an actual concert. The music wasn't to my taste but the keyboard playing mesmerised me.

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Great keyboardist. I feel the same when I watch Reese Wynans who played with Stevie Ray Vaughn and now with Joe Bonamassa. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMYewvbGnkA
I'm in complete agreement with you. As far as I got on the piano was a slow version of the first few bars of God Save The Queen when I wasn't even in my teens.
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It was guitar for me and Wildwood Flower. I learned just enough to be able to appreciate someone who is really good at it.
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Great playing, but a tough crowd. I couldn't just stand and watch without a least tapping a foot to the music and bopping a bit to the music. This crowd looks like they belong in a wax museum.
I find it interesting that, regardless of your taste in music, you could stand there totally unaffected by the music. A wax museum would be appropriate for this crowd.
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Oliver ir right. Only the lady at the door, by 7:20, made some movements.
The lady playing the keyboard is amazing.

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I think it was in the jailhouse, those guys in the horizontal stripes were permanent residents.
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