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Soon Number 9

Soon indeed… like tonight!

Here we go…

This should do the trick.

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Short and to the point today. Gotta get o the set list for tonight!

Stay Well

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  1. Dan Nigro
    May 30th, 2020 at 10:37 | #1

    Can’t wait, its the highlight of the week. Brewing up some fresh iced tea and the chips are ready and waiting. Many thanks to you, Vanessa and crew for these events

  2. carey georgas
    May 30th, 2020 at 10:42 | #2

    I’ll not be square.

  3. Roberto ATX
    May 30th, 2020 at 16:47 | #3


  4. Mike Copeland
    May 31st, 2020 at 00:12 | #4

    These shows have come to define my weekends and really let me forget about everything going on. Thanx Jorma.

  5. Rob
    May 31st, 2020 at 00:27 | #5

    I don’t mean to yell but, “SONG FOR THE STAINLESS CYMBAL”!!! WOW! THANK YOU!

    Who knows, maybe “Invitation” is next…

  6. JB
    May 31st, 2020 at 09:02 | #6

    We will be talking about Quarantine concert series like we raved about the Rampage years! I was there! Thanks again.

  7. Bob S
    May 31st, 2020 at 09:32 | #7

    Another winner last night Jorma and crew! Can’t thank you enough for this series.

    BTW – did I hear correctly… an upcoming album with Jorma and John? I’ll be ordering that!

    Peace to all…

  8. Robert Burke
    May 31st, 2020 at 11:35 | #8

    Last nights show was great. I was cracking up watching you enjoy “The Mild One” joke.

  9. eaglesteve
    May 31st, 2020 at 13:33 | #9

    Our family lost our mixed pitbull female, Brooklyn, last Thursday, and that took its’ toll as it should, so I did not comment on last Saturday’s show, but I dug it and I dug last night’s show as well.

  10. May 31st, 2020 at 13:43 | #10

    Hey Steve…

    If there is ever a Second Coming, a lot of our four footed friends will be returning from the yard. It never get gets easier but the love never vanishes. Here’s a great poem for you.

    Derek Walcott

    You prepare for one sorrow,
    but another comes.
    It is not like the weather,
    you cannot brace yourself,
    the unreadiness is all.
    Your companion, the woman,
    the friend next to you,
    the child at your side,
    and the dog,
    we tremble for them,
    we look seaward and muse
    it will rain.
    We shall get ready for rain;
    you do not connect
    the sunlight altering
    the darkening oleanders
    in the sea-garden,
    the gold going out of the palms.
    You do not connect this,
    the fleck of the drizzle
    on your flesh,
    with the dog’s whimper,
    the thunder doesn’t frighten,
    the readiness is all;
    what follows at your feet
    is trying to tell you
    the silence is all:

    it is deeper than the readiness,
    it is sea-deep,

    The silence
    is stronger than thunder,
    we are stricken dumb and deep
    as the animals who never utter love
    as we do, except
    it becomes unutterable
    and must be said,
    in a whimper,
    in tears,
    in the drizzle that comes to our eyes
    not uttering the loved thing’s name,
    the silence of the dead,
    the silence of the deepest buried love is
    the one silence,
    and whether we bear it for beast,
    for child, for woman, or friend,
    it is the one love, it is the same,
    and it is blest
    deepest by loss
    it is blest, it is blest.

  11. eaglesteve
    May 31st, 2020 at 14:13 | #11

    Thanks Captain.I’m drizzling.

  12. Vince Donahoe
    May 31st, 2020 at 14:48 | #12

    Beautiful Jorma, my condolences Eaglesteve.
    Last week’s poem to your mother was a beautiful sentiment too. I have that quote next to a photo of my mom who passed Oct. 1,2016. Makes me stop,pause and reflect on happy days with her. Thank you!
    Long healthy happy life Jorma. Stay well

  13. eaglesteve
    May 31st, 2020 at 16:23 | #13

    Thank you Vince.