...hit a two-run inside-the-park homer—on his birthday, no less—we still had to witness the wretched Padres rout the hometown lads, 9-3.
The evening was salvaged, however, by Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, who played a lively post-game concert on the field. Clyne’s splendid, driving, high-energy set, which included his King of the Hill theme and his Diamondbacks victory song, made the earlier disaster a little more beautiful.
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Roger is one of the best performers I've ever seen. The intensity is amazing, and he does it every time.ReplyDelete
Yeah. The ballpark acoustics were pretty terrible for a rock show, really, but the beauty and drive of the music come across anyway. At a cvertain point Clyne pointed to several people in the crowd & said "I know everybody here," & later, "Seriously, is there anybody here I haven't met?" It was The Kid's first rock concert, & I'm glad it was him.ReplyDelete