The Cat 3 Posted December 16, 2013 Share Posted December 16, 2013 (edited) Greetings Net Boys and Net Girls, As 2013 is coming to a close, I started thinking of what I am looking forward to, musically, in 2014. Here's what I'm excited about for the upcoming year... 1: The possible 50th Anniversary of The Kinks Tour with Ray & Dave Davies putting aside the past for a full fledged tour. (Hopefully Ray and Dave can come to terms and Give the People What They Want). 2: The Phil Lynott / Thin Lizzy lost recordings finally seeing the light of day. (Music by one of rock and roll's most underrated song writers is most welcomed by yours truly). 3: The Beatles releasing a 13 CD boxset - "The U.S. Albums". (This is what I grew up on and most likely why I am sitting here typing on this site). 4: The Who's 50th Anniversary Tour. (I'm pretty certain this will be it for Roger and Pete and I want to be there). 5: Possible Genesis Reunion Tour. (It's all I really want for Christmas...this year's and/or next). 6: Jimmy Page's Led Zeppelin's catalogue being released. (Many people are calling this a "cash grab", well I'll be first in line throwing my hard dough at Zep for these). 7: Sir Paul continuing to tour. (One of the best concerts I've ever seen and can't wait for another chance). 8: KISS finally getting into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. (say what you'd like about KISS or The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, they deserve to be inducted...let's just hope Gene & Paul have the class to perform with Peter and Ace). 9: New albums from Alice Cooper, U2, Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen and the Foo Fighters. (Along with supporting tours, of course). 10: David Bowie Tour...Pleeeaaassseee! (OK, so this last one is some serious wishful thinking). Edited December 16, 2013 by ReGorLaTroy 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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