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URL icon « on: February 15, 2017, 12:25:09 PM »

I bought a ticket to see Shane back in January.  I just found out he's going to appear in Palmer Lake the next night.  I live 8 miles away.  So I have one ticket for March 10 at the Wildflower Pavilion in Lyons.  It's a Will Call ticket and the staff at Planet Bluegrass explained to me how we could transfer it. 

Cost is $20.  I can arrange to meet in south Denver. 303-396-5980 (text OK)

this way I can take some friends to see Shane. 
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URL icon « Reply #1 on: March 11, 2017, 07:03:26 AM »

A ticket to ride Medal.
 Shane was outstanding! Every word that rolls of his tongue packed with meaning. His voice  rising and falling with emotion. So raw and real and you cannot help but feel! I felt connected instantly on a deeper level. The way he groups words was so interesting to me. I kept thinking he would catch his breath after the rhyme but he staggers it a few words later. So fresh. I want to hug em.  Loved seeing all of you and Shane was mesmerizing.

Thank you


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