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City - 21st Century
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Kiss My Brass - Tour Dates - Second Leg
... New York October 7, 2004 Pepsi Arena Albany, New York October 9, 2004 Boardwalk Hall Atlantic City, New Jersey October 11, 2004 1st Mariner Arena ...
The Bodyguard World Tour - Tour Dates
... Date City Country Venue North America July 5, 1993 Miami, Florida United States James L ... Great Woods July 15, 1993 July 20, 1993 New York City, New York Radio City Music Hall July 21, 1993 July 23, 1993 July 24, 1993 July 26, 1993 July 28, 1993 Atlantic City, New Jersey Sands Atlantic City ... from July 8) September 1, 1994 Atlantic City, New Jersey Sands Atlantic City September 3, 1994 September 4, 1994 September 7, 1994 September 9, 1994 September 10, 1994 ...
Beyond Description (1973-1989) - Track Listing - Disc Eight
423 "Heaven Help the Fool" (live at RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL, New York City, NY 10/25/80) (Weir) – 618 "El Paso" (live at the WARFIELD THEATRE, San Francisco, CA 10/13/80 ... Dead) – 245 "It Must Have Been the Roses" (alternate live version at RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL, New York City, NY 10/23/80) (Hunter) – 701 "Dark Hollow" (alternate live version ... Grateful Dead) – 508 "Cassidy" (alternate live version at RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL, New York City, NY 10/23/80) (Barlow, Weir) – 506 "China Doll" (alternate live version at ...
Live From Radio City Music Hall
... Live from Radio City Music Hall is a double album by the group Heaven Hell which was released in 2007 ... The set is a chronicle of the group's performance on March 30, 2007 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City ... Live from Radio City Music Hall is also available as a DVD ...

Famous quotes containing the words music, radio and/or city:

    In benevolent natures the impulse to pity is so sudden, that like instruments of music which obey the touch ... you would think the will was scarce concerned, and that the mind was altogether passive in the sympathy which her own goodness has excited. The truth is,—the soul is [so] ... wholly engrossed by the object of pity, that she does not ... take leisure to examine the principles upon which she acts.
    Laurence Sterne (1713–1768)

    Denouement to denouement, he took a personal pride in the
    certain, certain way he lived his own, private life,
    but nevertheless, they shut off his gas; nevertheless,
    the bank foreclosed; nevertheless, the landlord called;
    nevertheless, the radio broke,

    And twelve o’clock arrived just once too often,
    Kenneth Fearing (1902–1961)

    No one would know except for ancient maps
    That such a brook ran water. But I wonder
    If from its being kept forever under,
    The thoughts may not have risen that so keep
    This new-built city from both work and sleep.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)