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Cooking At The Egg

  1. Hogan
    June 22nd, 2013 at 08:04 | #1

    Hey Jorma,

    Once again it was an outstanding show….what a cool place to see a show, my daughter had a great time.
    So looking forward to seeing you guys play electric in July.
    Take care and safe travels.

  2. carlo pagliano
    June 22nd, 2013 at 08:30 | #2

    Thanks Jorma for sharing this wonderful run. All friends I love.
    A feeling of a sweet Birthday is in the air.
    Rock Them High Jorma!
    Steady As She Goes.

  3. susan ansanelli
    June 22nd, 2013 at 09:26 | #3

    I would like to hear a recording so I could give an honest evaluation. I don’t think I’m going to catch the last show, unless you want to to make it possible. I’ve been following Tuna for 40 years and you’ve never thrown this old dog a bone. Oh well till the electric tour God Bless Hot Tuna.

  4. Jay H
    June 22nd, 2013 at 13:32 | #4


    Just saving everybody a few clicks to tonight’s show details. They could have made it a bit easier on the website (not you guys). It’s a nice venue and there’s a handful of seats left which will probably go by showtime.

    It is also home to the Norwalk Symphony Orchestra. https://www.facebook.com/norwalksymphony?directed_target_id=0

  5. MDBlues
    June 22nd, 2013 at 18:09 | #5

    Jorma, Jack & Barry,
    Hard to believe, but you guys really do just keep getting better with age.
    Last night’s show was spectacular, 3 virtuosos who fit together seamlessly!
    The new arrangements on the old classics were stunning.
    BTW: Jill was AWESOME and has a bunch of new fans, including this one.

  6. John B
    June 22nd, 2013 at 19:06 | #6

    I hope to get to the Egg someday. I hear it is a very nice venue.

  7. carlo pagliano
    June 23rd, 2013 at 10:33 | #7

    HOT TUNA LIVE on stage can’t be surrogated other than with the powerful DVD “HOTTUNA electric at the Beacon Theatre NYC”, the minimum of 4 times a day constantly, just to surrogate. And right here the relation between ‘painting & music’ pops into with a bang. One still wears the thrill after leaving a venue where Jorma just performed, opening your door home you vibrate like a star compared to the immobility of the building itself. In the shocking silence of the living-room the memory of the beautiful theatre fades before we push a switch. Condition unacceptable unless tomorrow we rise to a new night performance by Jorma, and so every night. But as we all know, for one matter or the other, that is not quite feasible, reason why in this case to surrogate makes it a better living rather than not to. The magic stillness of a Sunday morning is the perfect runway for the extraordinary musical adventure set like a precious stone in the unwinding coils of the DVD, today’s hit is represented by the duo soloing with the drums, different from the night auditions, the special spirits wrapped up in the morning of a Sunday, nailed the drums’ sequences in all their splendor, to be contemplated in its magic revealing.

    Thanks for all this Jorma!
    Steady As She Goes.

  8. Cyndy Consentino
    June 23rd, 2013 at 16:05 | #8

    Dear Jorma,

    Onwards to Electric Tuna!

    Be Well,

  9. johno
    June 23rd, 2013 at 17:25 | #9

    Great show up at Bethel…very peaceful, serene, quiet evening as the sunlight filtered through the sweet air of the hills. As we got to our seats, said hello to Duke back by bar – sat down in our 12th row seats – next to Duke – lights lowered for Jill when some angelic type in a tie-dyed shirt came over to and said “Are you guys Hot Tuna fans?” without hesitation I blurted out “Sure are!!!” and he handed me 2 tix – second row center right in front of Jorma – my wife looked at me and and I said it’s karma – good vibes – it’s Hot Tuna

  10. johno
    June 23rd, 2013 at 17:43 | #10

    By the way – one of the “All Time Best” versions of “Good Shepherd” ever…

  11. carlo pagliano
    June 24th, 2013 at 09:39 | #11

    Missed that johno!
    Notwithstanding all my ‘surrogating’, but I invite you to listen to the Tarrytown version of ‘Good Shepherd’: HOT TUNA electric – 2009 September 6th – Tarrytown Music Hall – Tarrytown NY.

    Thank You Tuna!
    Your ‘Good Shepherd’ comes to fetch back the souls in the back of beyond with a musical sound of a tenderness beyond belief.
    Always Thanks Jorma!

  12. John B
    June 24th, 2013 at 09:44 | #12

    Amen Cyndy! @Cyndy Consentino