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Old 11-17-2007, 07:18 PM   #26
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I wonder if old KansasT likes Kansas
At this concert I lost my innocences big time Summer of 78
I'm a big Kansas fan. I've seen them 2 times in Shreveport and once in Anaheim at a private show. At one show in Shreveport, I remember that Steve Walsh had some fingers taped up. I guess he hurt his hand, but he just moved his remaining fingers that much faster and never missed a note on keyboards! Awesome show.

Phil Ehart, Kerry Livgren, Robby Steinhardt, Steve Walsh, and Rich Williams are icons in my book. Bands like Kansas and Yes have positive messages and were a positive influence on my life when some bands often have a negative message or just lyricize about chicks and partying...
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