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June 20, 2010

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Marco Romano

I saw maestro Joao Gilbero at Carnegie Hall a few years ago. He was about an hour late. I heard that he has stage fright. Don't really know if that's true or not. It was well worth the wait.

John P. Cooper

The Shaw cover - I sense a theme here!
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v280/tomasutpen/album5/amanandhisdreamshaw.jpg

O'Sullivan, "Red"

2008, also Carnegie Hall, he was right on time, in great shape, good humour and strong, strong, strong........... It was a miraculous performance (and, when a lady's cell 'phone did go off - it was right in the middle of "Estate". Can you believe that, of all the tunes...!!).

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