Rock n Roll Cruises

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by BradaTaylor, Jun 10, 2017.

  1. davmar77

    davmar77 I'd rather be drummin'...

    Location:
    clifton park,ny
    That was my feeling too. I didn't get back to my cabin until 4am.
     
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  2. mdent

    mdent Forum Resident

    Location:
    New England
    Heh.

    Especially when they yell Man Overboard.
     
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  3. zen

    zen Forum Resident


    ...Boswell Sisters!!

     
  4. BradaTaylor

    BradaTaylor Active Member Thread Starter

    Man Overboard - sounds like the perfect name for the ship's house band.:)
     
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  5. popeofcabinets

    popeofcabinets Active Member

    Location:
    Dallas
    an old friend of mine goes on these all of the time. he says they are a blast, and beyond the music he meets some crazy hot girls!
     
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  6. geddyfleaharris

    geddyfleaharris Well-Known Member

    Location:
    USA


    Food, music, great scenery (the kind popeofcabinets refers to, among others....), and jam potential....very cool!
     
  7. bRETT

    bRETT Forum Resident

    Location:
    Boston MA
    He probably wasn't on the Yes cruise.
     
  8. qwerty

    qwerty Forum Resident

    At least the cruise industry is providing employment for musicians who are at an age where there are decreasing job opportunities.
     
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  9. Nice Marmot

    Nice Marmot Forum Resident

    Location:
    Charlotte Area
    Mrs. Marmot and I went on the first Outlaw Country Cruise. It was a real good time. We are not cruise people but a music cruise is something different, in our minds. We were planning on going on another but the core acts for the Outlaw Country Cruise are the same every year (so far, there's only been two and the third is in the planning stage)..... that's a little too much jack to shell out for the same artists you saw the last time.

    The highlight was seeing Lucinda Williams, Paul Thorn, Ray Wylie Hubbard, and Steve Earle in an acoustic guitar pull.
     
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  10. Aardvark23

    Aardvark23 Active Member

    Location:
    North Carolina
    Went on the Blues Cruise a couple of years back. Had a wonderful time, highly recommended!
     
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  11. BradaTaylor

    BradaTaylor Active Member Thread Starter

    Thanks, Zen. Been meaning to give you a shout out. I'd never heard of the Boswell Sisters before, and I watch quite a lot of musicals from that era. That is one of the greatest "music videos" I've ever seen. It's making me laugh again as I'm typing this. You live just down the road from where I used to work. I had an office in Union City for many years. Hard to find anywhere else in the world that has a better variety of live music than the Bay Area.
     
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  12. Shipped_It

    Shipped_It Well-Known Member

    I'm working on putting on a series of rock festivals at Sandals Caribbean Resorts™, because this is what rock and roll deserves.
     
  13. JohnG

    JohnG Boney Fingers Jones

    Location:
    Long Island, NY
    I was on the Cruise To The Edge 2017 and it was a ball! Prog rock in every corner of the ship, great people, good food and plenty of drink. Met many rock stars and enjoyed some great concerts by bands like Yes, Kansas, Steve Hackett, Dave Kerzner, Focus, Bad Dreams, Mike Portnoy and his many bands along with Neal Morse. And a wonderful day in Cozumel.

    I'm going back for CTTE 2018 this February. This time to Belize with headliners Yes, Marillion, Saga and Steve Hackett (0nce again).
     
  14. JohnG

    JohnG Boney Fingers Jones

    Location:
    Long Island, NY
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    The debut of Mike Portnoy's new supergroup Sons Of Apollo!
     

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