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 2007 Dec. 28th - Cabooze, Mpls, MN (Dave & The Volunteers) 
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Haven't seen this posted. A little copy/paste action from ticketmaster is below:

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Dave Pirner and the Volunteers
Cabooze , Minneapolis, MN
Fri, Dec 28, 2007 08:30 PM
Additional Information:
This is a 21+ concert.
Doors open at 8:30 pm, show starts at 9:30 pm.
Special guests (subject to change) * TBA *


Can anyone fill me in on whom the volunteers are? (Or should that be "who"? Or do I even care?)


Thu Nov 22, 2007 10:29 am
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disilluzion wrote:
Haven't seen this posted. A little copy/paste action from ticketmaster is below:

ticketmaster wrote:
Dave Pirner and the Volunteers
Cabooze , Minneapolis, MN
Fri, Dec 28, 2007 08:30 PM
Additional Information:
This is a 21+ concert.
Doors open at 8:30 pm, show starts at 9:30 pm.
Special guests (subject to change) * TBA *


Can anyone fill me in on whom the volunteers are? (Or should that be "who"? Or do I even care?)

It was posted in the "Related Bands" section. I think the "Volunteers" are a rotating cast of musicians that Dave knows and has worked with over the years, rather than a regular group of folks. But I suspect for this show, the lineup will be very similar to the group that played with him back in June. It's a pretty big backing band. There were 12 musicians onstage for the last show. Michael Bland was on drums, John (Woody) Woodland and Andrew Pierzina were on guitars (as well as Dave), Jeff Victor was on keyboards, Serge Akou was on bass, and Andra Suchy and Kip Blackshire did backup vocals. There was also a horn section, which was great. And George Scot McKelvey (SA bass player) even jumped in to play conga drum and tambourine on a couple of songs.

Dave does a mix of material from his solo album, some SA songs, and some cover songs. The June show was AWESOME. The biggest surprise for me was when they did "Artificial Heart."

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Thu Nov 22, 2007 11:15 am
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Cool, thanks for the info!

Related bands...I shoulda looked harder. Oh well, MODs, feel free to delete this duplicate thread if you so desire.
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disilluzion wrote: Haven't seen this posted. A little copy/paste action from ticketmaster is below:

ticketmaster wrote: Dave Pirner and the Volunteers
Cabooze , Minneapolis, MN
Fri, Dec 28, 2007 08:30 PM
Additional Information:
This is a 21+ concert.
Doors open at 8:30 pm, show starts at 9:30 pm.
Special guests (subject to change) * TBA *

Can anyone fill me in on whom the volunteers are? (Or should that be "who"? Or do I even care?)
It was posted in the "Related Bands" section. I think the "Volunteers" are a rotating cast of musicians that Dave knows and has worked with over the years, rather than a regular group of folks. But I suspect for this show, the lineup will be very similar to the group that played with him back in June. It's a pretty big backing band. There were 12 musicians onstage for the last show. Michael Bland was on drums, John (Woody) Woodland and Andrew Pierzina were on guitars (as well as Dave), Jeff Victor was on keyboards, Serge Akou was on bass, and Andra Suchy and Kip Blackshire did backup vocals. There was also a horn section, which was great. And George Scot McKelvey (SA bass player) even jumped in to play conga drum and tambourine on a couple of songs.

Dave does a mix of material from his solo album, some SA songs, and some cover songs. The June show was AWESOME. The biggest surprise for me was when they did "Artificial Heart."



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Thu Nov 22, 2007 11:30 am
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disilluzion wrote:
Can anyone fill me in on whom the volunteers are? (Or should that be "who"? Or do I even care?)

Yes, that should be "who". When in doubt, it's best to use "who", because that's accepted either way (nowadays, at least).

There was a little trouble with the subscriptions after we reset the forum. It works fine now, though, so your settings should stay the same from now on.

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But if I were to write it out as "Can anyone fill me in on him" it would be "whom" because when using him/her "whom" is the appropriate substitute. If it comes to he/she then it would be "who". But since I am referring to the volunteers that could be interpreted as "they" which would be "who". So I think my brain hurts, but that's all right, we have the most confusing language in all of the world.

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disilluzion wrote: Can anyone fill me in on whom the volunteers are? (Or should that be "who"? Or do I even care?)
Yes, that should be "who". When in doubt, it's best to use "who", because that's accepted either way (nowadays, at least).



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Thu Nov 22, 2007 2:34 pm
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getting this back on topic, opening acts have been announced for this show. They are "Janey and Marc".

Now whoever that is, they must be good to open up for Dave.
:wink: (oops, did I say that correctly?)

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Marc and Janey! I saw them play at one of Jim Walsh's Hootenannies (you locals know what I'm talkin' about) a couple of months ago. Janey has a beautiful voice, and I just get giddy being in the same room as Marc Perlman! Can't wait!


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yep, I was there too! :) That was a fun little gig! That was my first time being at Java Jacks with the new setup in the basement (furniture/stage wise)

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Marc and Janey! I saw them play at one of Jim Walsh's Hootenannies (you locals know what I'm talkin' about) a couple of months ago.

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Tue Nov 27, 2007 2:06 pm
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norma023 wrote:
Now whoever that is, they must be good to open up for Dave.
:wink: (oops, did I say that correctly?)


Yup, that's correct, and you know it is. You've had some kind of problem with me the last month or two and I don't know what it is but either let me know in private or just ignore my emails like you have been. Bottom line is keep the hostility out of these fourms.


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My kid was the dancing, air-guitar playing 5-year-old skeleton-shirt boy in the front! :)

norma023 wrote:
yep, I was there too! :) That was a fun little gig! That was my first time being at Java Jacks with the new setup in the basement (furniture/stage wise)

PROMISESBROKEN wrote:
Marc and Janey! I saw them play at one of Jim Walsh's Hootenannies (you locals know what I'm talkin' about) a couple of months ago.


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