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From Good Homes Reunite Two Shows In December
JamBase
JamBase
10/1/2009 10:00 AM

From Good Homes Reunite Two Shows In December

tourfan
tourfan
10/1/2009 07:27 AM

Oh Hell Yea. I just might have to make this road trip. Love to hear this band again. Got the dates on my calendar. Are ya with me?

gregboyer
gregboyer
10/1/2009 08:11 AM

Interesting development. That "last" show from 1999 is a great one. This could be really cool, I just hope it doesn't mean less time for Railroad Earth down the road.

danimal2
danimal2
10/1/2009 08:45 AM

oh hell yeah. too bad im broke from excesive festivals, shows, booze this past summer

defmarx
defmarx
10/1/2009 12:20 PM

This is some of the best news I've heard in a very very long time! I'm from the town that these guys are from and occasionally run into Todd in town. I was 18 when they broke up... but was able to see them a dozen or so times.... including the legendary show at Ricky & Sons Farm (the inspiration for second red barn on the right)! Some of the greatest memories of my life are of dancing my little ass off at FGH shows! I CANNOT wait! These guys have such a special place in my heart! If it weren't for FGH, I would not be the same person I am today!

jimmyjetski
jimmyjetski
10/1/2009 08:00 PM

A FANTASTIC upbeat band with a very positive vibe!!!

tk
tk
10/1/2009 09:46 PM

FGH! Hick-Pop, comin at ya! Had some great moments to this band, they were really fun opening for DMB at the TLA fifteen years ago today, if memory serves, 10/1/94. Damn, I am old. Thanks for the trip down memory lane!

RedHeaven
RedHeaven
10/6/2009 09:13 AM

I picked up "Take Enough Home" a release of FGH's very last concert in 1999, at a Railroad Earth show in cali in 2004. Been listening to this band ever since. SOOOO good, one of my favorites. If I lived back east I wouldnt miss these shows!

braden
braden
10/7/2009 01:41 PM

TK, I was just trying to remember if this was the band I saw these guys open for Dave in providence, RI, and I think it was fall '94. huh. had forgotten about them...

pgeano
pgeano
11/2/2009 09:40 AM

FGH was the first "jam band" I ever saw live. It started a life-long love affair with improv music. Since growing up in New Jersey, I've moved to Albuquerque, NM. I always said that the only two "reunions" I would fly in for would be Pink Floyd or From Good Homes. Just got my plane tickets yesterday. Where's the after party? (can't wait)

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