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    That's all folks! Unklescott's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by doctorpep
    Stupid audience, get out the cig lighters!

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    Eh, he seemed to almost just mail it in compared to the original.

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    Just hopping in here...but I got to hear all of the performances so far...

    I loved Billy Vera!
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    Yeah Unkle Scott, guess we are just true old school.

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    I hope Billy Vera wins tonight. What a beautiful song he sang! What is it called??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krom
    Seems to be a pattern, doesn't it? Unless you stick a "prom song" band into things like they did with Glass Tiger.

    Certainly Billy Vera--an actual talent--probably doesn't have any more of a chance than Howard Jones did. Audiences tend to diss the "guy behind the piano" as well as the slow-song people.

    (Okay... I am aware that Vera's song has become a prom/wedding song too... but it's a much better song)
    Are you saying Billy Vera is a better songwriter than Bryan Adams? Actually, I liked the Vera song much better.
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    Fool... but no pity. Krom's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by doctorpep
    Eh, he seemed to almost just mail it in compared to the original.
    Gotta disagree. I just listened to an MP3 of the orig. for comparison, and he sounds almost note perfect on tonight's performance from what I'm hearing.

    "You don't rehearse Mr. T, you just turn him loose."
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    Quote Originally Posted by sukee
    Are you saying Billy Vera is a better songwriter than Bryan Adams? Actually, I liked the Vera song much better.
    Bryan Adams has a lot of crap songs in his catalog. Not all, but a lot.

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    Ah, you guys, don't trash Glass Tiger They actually were not 1 hit wonders. One of their album has hit after hit. Lead singer looks great too, like a million bucks. Here is someone who invested wisely.

    Billy Vera was good, but I got confused with another song. I expected to hear the lyrics to the song for the Wonder Years, not Family Ties. Oops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krom
    Bryan Adams has a lot of crap songs in his catalog. Not all, but a lot.
    I agree, I'm not much of a Bryan Adams fan...
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