Posted in music | pictures on June 9, 2009

photos by Chris La Putt, words by Andrew Frisicano

David Byrne
David Byrne

David Byrne opened the Celebrate Brooklyn 2009 Season with a free show at the Prospect Park bandshell last night (Monday, June 9th). The show continued Dave Byrne's year-long tour of material from his collaborations with Brian Eno. That show, on its trip around the world, visited NJ's Wellmont Theater on June 3rd, and Radio City Music Hall on February 27th and 28th. (Pics and reviews from those are linked.)

In Brooklyn, the above-capacity crowd wasn't deterred by threats of rain, which held off for the length of the two-hour set. David Byrne noted that he biked to the show; he wasn't the only one, as the 'bike valet' was packed (apparently Byrne rode home too). Those who did park in the bike valet were automatically entered to win a new bike which Byrne showed off from the stage before his set. Those that couldn't get through the door caught the open-air action from video screens aimed towards the back of the crowd.

Byrne's set opened, as it has all tour, with "Strange Overtones," the hypnotic single off the newest Eno/Byrne collaboration Everything That Happens Will Happen Today. The bandshell's reverberating walls were an incredibly jarring transition from punchy studio sound of the original -- as catchy as the tune is, it was kind of a strange, underwhelming start.

Things only went up from there, as the band's sound melded together and its accompanying dancers boosted the visuals. Their dance moves, which traded off with the members of the band, seemed to mimic Byrne's own jerky mannerisms, as well as the themes of the songs (eg. office chair props during the wage slave anthem "Life Is Long").

Overall, the energy on stage and in the crowd was high. "Once in a Lifetime," which came near the end of the set, sent the remaining seated show-goers to their feet. One older couple, who I'm sure had to be around when Byrne hit the scene in '75, went from joking with their granddaughter about the pot smell in the air to cutting a serious rug for the set's high-density end.

Byrne used his first encore to introduce the band and special guest, percussionist Steve Scales. The Talking Heads/Byrne regular, who played on both The Name of This Band is Talking Heads to My Life in a Bush of Ghosts for starters, joined the band for two songs that included "Take Me to the River." As the only one not dressed in all white, Scales bounded across the stage and hyped up the crowd. His unscripted enthusiasm, far from the composed moves of Byrne, added a nice party vibe to the choreographed set.

The band returned for a second two-song encore that included the non-Eno song "Burning Down the House", and finally, back for a third time, closed with an acoustic-led version of "Everything That Happens."

The rest of the pictures, the setlist, and remaining Byrne dates (of which there are more TBA) below...

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David Byrne in Prospect Park - June 8 - 2009 - SETLIST (can you confirm?)
Strange Overtones
I Zimbra
One Fine Day
Help Me Somebody
Houses in Motion
My Big Nurse
My Big Hands (Fall Through the Cracks)
Heaven
Moonlight in Glory
Life Is Long
Crosseyed and Painless
Born Under Punches
Once in a Lifetime
Life During Wartime
I Feel My Stuff

Encore 1
Take Me to the River
Great Curve

Encore 2
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Burning Down the House

Encore 3
Everything that Happens

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David Byrne - 2009 Tour Dates
June 10 @ Charlottesville, VA Charlottesville Pavillion
June 12 @ Manchester, TN Bonnaroo Music Festival
June 14 @ Dallas, TX The Majestic Theatre
June 15 @ Houston, TX Jones Hall for the Performing Arts
June 17 @ Santa Fe, NM Lensic Performing Arts Center
June 18 @ Telluride, CO Telluride Bluegrass Festival
June 20 @ Morrison, CO Red Rocks Amphitheatre
June 21 @ Salt Lake City, UT Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre
June 23 @ Portland, OR Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
June 24 @ Seattle, WA Paramount Theatre
June 26 @ Berkeley, CA Greek Theatre-U.C. Berkeley
July 6 @ Athens, Greece Badminton Theatre
July 7 @ Skopje, Macedonia Universal Hall
July 8 @ Belgrade, Serbia Sava Centre
July 10 @ Ljubljana, Slovenia Križanke
July 11 @ Vienna, Austria Open Air Arena
July 12 @ Ostrava, Czech Republic Colours Festival
July 13 @ Warsaw, Poland Stodola
July 15 @ Budapest, Hungary Millenáris
July 16 @ Graz, Austria Kasematten
July 17 @ Grado, Italy Diga Nazario Sauro
July 18 @ Fiesole, Italy Festival Teatro Romano
July 20 @ Rome, Italy Parco Della Musica
July 22 @ Ferrara, Italy Piazza Castello
July 23 @ Naples, Italy Castel Sant'Elmo
July 24 @ Locorotondo, Italy Locus Festival, Cantina Sociale
July 27 @ Cagliari, Italy Anfiteatro Romano
July 29 @ Turin, Italy Real Festival, Reggia di Venaria
July 30 @ Lyon, France Grand Théâtre Romain de Fourvière
August 1 Lokeren, Belgium Lokerse Feesten
August 2 @ Amsterdam, Holland Melkweg Robo Saal
August 3 @ London, England Barbican Theatre
August 4 @ Southampton, England Southampton Guildhall
August 9 @ Ledbury, England Big Chill Festival

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Comments (115)

"cutting a serious rug "

????

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 12:57 PM

Thanks for the review and pics. Even back in the day, Steve Scales was always one of the more irrepressible characters on stage with T Heads.

Posted by drewo | June 9, 2009 1:04 PM

"cutting a serious rug "

1. cut a rug: To dance really well and impress others.

2. cut a rug: urban dancing

3. cut a rug: To shave one's pubic hair (for girls)
Let's break it down...
Cut = cut
Rug = pubic hair surrounding the vagina

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 1:14 PM

FUCK MARTY MARKOWITZ!
FUCK MIKE BLOOMBERG!

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 1:18 PM

"cutting a serious rug" is that what they call it in Ohio?

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 1:22 PM

thumbs up for david byrne. thumbs down for the ridiculous crowd. if you're B&T, please stay on your side of the river. I'm talking to you, manhattan.

Posted by 11238 | June 9, 2009 1:24 PM

i had to leave about halfway through but until then it was a good show. if only people around me were able to shut up so that i can hear the music...

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 1:26 PM

Fuck marty? Fuck you. Marty rules.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 1:28 PM

Actually, not sure about Ohio, but down in the South, Lyrnyrd Skynyrd once sang

"I was cutting the rug
Down at a place called The Jug
With a girl named Linda Lu
When in walked a man
With a gun in his hand
And he was looking for you know who."

Posted by allgreek2me | June 9, 2009 1:29 PM

Was a nice time. :)

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 1:30 PM

"thumbs up for david byrne. thumbs down for the ridiculous crowd. if you're B&T, please stay on your side of the river. I'm talking to you, manhattan."


What a tool.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 1:33 PM

"is that what they call it in Ohio?"

... dumb comment of the day

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 1:34 PM

Byrne SHREDS!!!

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 1:36 PM

What a tool is probably a tool from manhattan.

Posted by 11238 | June 9, 2009 1:36 PM

Marty Bloomberg

Mike Markowitz

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 1:36 PM

great photos,

david byrne doesn't have a single bad angle, even in a tutu..... that's saying a lot

Posted by bcooper | June 9, 2009 1:45 PM

Incredible show. High energy. What a way to start the summer concert series! I've been going to these concerts in Prospect Park for about 10 years and this was the best yet (IMHO). Would have been better if the people sitting near me would shut the fuck up, and be considerate of the performing artists and the people sitting around them. A bit more volume would probably do the trick.

Posted by Tim | June 9, 2009 1:47 PM

11238 has 'borough' pride, but sounds like a burro, a small donkey, which is another word for ass, as in Equus africanus asinus.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 1:49 PM

yeah, byrne is one of those people who look more and more handsome as they age...

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 1:50 PM


Is that Dean Wareham (and the lovely Britta behind him) in that 12th pic down?


Posted by Brooklyn is dying | June 9, 2009 1:50 PM

yes

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 1:52 PM

It was nice to see him. I have not seen him perform since the "look into the eyeball" tour. It was just so crowded. I have never seen so many people at Celebrate Brooklyn before. All in all, it was a wonderful Monday.

An added bonus, a friend of a friend got me into the tent after the show where they were spinning wonderful 80's music. the free beer helped too.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 1:54 PM

yeah they really needed to pump up the volumne

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 1:54 PM

11238 sounds like a pussy that doesn't have the brass to say that outloud at the show or anywhere else.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 1:55 PM

i thought we agreed that trustafarians were the enemy, not manhattanites.

NYC born and bred >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> teat-sucking "i've lived in brooklyn for 3 years so i'm a new yorker" douche.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 1:55 PM

Byrne rocks! I loved the 'Twyla'dancers too. People, when you come out to listen to music... fucking listen and stop all the damn chatter.

Posted by Mag | June 9, 2009 1:58 PM

It's the dumbest fucking thing to nitpick on one fuck phrase in the entire review about the concert. And it was in reference to an elder couple dancing so in my opinion "cutting a rug" seems like a perfectly appropriate term and doesn't refer to shaving one's vagina you pedophile.

Doesn't anyone who reads this blog have a musically inclined opinion about the show? OR are we all going to bitch about B&Ts and tear apart one phrase?

the pics totally rock.

Posted by k fantastico | June 9, 2009 2:02 PM

go chris!! amazing shots!

Posted by Lori | June 9, 2009 2:10 PM

the setlist is correct. i wrote it down at the concert

Posted by kc | June 9, 2009 2:18 PM

David Byrne was there.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 2:20 PM

Thank you Mr. Byrne for an amazing and generous performance! Anybody know if aerial pictures were taken of the lines? I've never seen the like in PP!

I'd rather sit next to a respectful Manhattanite then a yammering local, but I do understand the desire to keep this awesome venue to ourselves!!

Posted by josh | June 9, 2009 2:22 PM

so what was in the bags?

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 2:31 PM

This show was horrible. Seriously, way too many people. Just have tickets.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 2:31 PM

its free, stop bitching.

also Byrne and some of the band was at High Dive on 5th and Carroll after the show and was hanging out with everyone. The place filled up fast once people figured that out.

Posted by nick | June 9, 2009 2:48 PM

ditto to what Tim 1:47 said. It was a great show, but I am really losing tolerance for people who just come to these outdoor shows to yabber with their friends and obviously could care less about the music. It seems to be getting worse with every summer. Go to a bar!

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 2:53 PM

"so what was in the bags?"

Marinara sauce, samples and coupons from Whole Foods

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 3:04 PM

People complaining about free shit...douchebags.
Also he played a ticketed concert the other day and a few months before that. Idiot.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 3:04 PM

God, I really MUST stop reading these comments. Bunch of fucking maroons.

Posted by Dan | June 9, 2009 3:09 PM

This show looks like hell on earth.

Brooklyn yuppies with their spoiled kids, phony environmentalists, corporate sponsors with gift bags, David Byrne being smug, ridiculous dancing… If you went to this show and had a good time you have a horrible taste in everything.

I don’t care where you live, or where you were born, you are pathetic.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 3:14 PM

Dean and Britta play prospect park in August, so were likely "special guests" for the gala.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 3:14 PM

I agree with everyone about the people who can not shut up during shows. Yes - I am talking to you, you head band wearing d-bag last night. And especially to you - you screechy, unsightly girl who would not stop giggling at the Grizzly Bear show at Town Hall on that Friday.

Why don't we start posting pics of all the obnoxious people who talk & laugh loudly during shows? They may not respect others or the music enough to shut their pie holes but they will respect being humiliated online.

Posted by Claire | June 9, 2009 3:16 PM

Are the shows at prospect park always seated?

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 3:18 PM

i agree with everything everybody said here

Posted by jan janson | June 9, 2009 3:20 PM

3:14...You a sad, sad person. Let me buy you an ice cream cone.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 3:22 PM

"Brooklyn yuppies with their spoiled kids, phony environmentalists, corporate sponsors with gift bags, David Byrne being smug, ridiculous dancing… If you went to this show and had a good time you have a horrible taste in everything."

The "gift bags" had a bottle of tomato sauce in them from Whole Foods who helped sponsor the gala event before the concert which was a fundraiser to ensure that the park can throw free concerts all summer for people. The "corporate sponsors" also ensure that the entire summer of shows is FREE. David Byrne is not smug, and if you think that their dancing is "ridiculous" then you probably just hate yourself.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 3:23 PM

"Are the shows at prospect park always seated? "

Part seated, part general admission grass, and part outside the fence and listen.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 3:24 PM

I probably go to 7 prospect park shows a year and this was one of the best. Sorry David couldn't play a solo show for those who couldn't deal with the crowds but the diversity of a free show is part of what makes these shows great. I stood behind the seats and most people were respectfully quiet, except for the guy yelling " we love you David". I guess even b-burg hipsters need to be noticed. Thursday should be a good night of slavic rock probably won't be seeing the haters there. Though I agree if you want to talk stay in the back and if you bring your kids watch them I really don't need to be a fence in a steeplechase.


Posted by Concert goer | June 9, 2009 3:55 PM

Seriously can't figure out who wouldn't have had fun at the show last night (if you're a fan that is, otherwise I can't imagine why you'd even bother reading this post). Byrne sounded great, sightlines were decent from the grass behind the seats, strangers were friendly, and I didn't even know there were corporate sponsors involved with the gala side of things. Not that I would have cared, since the whole thing was free, thanks to their contributions. Didn't feel crowded where I was sitting, and we got in easily despite not having gotten on line until 5:30.

I mean, if you're expecting to get the reverential Radio City (or, er, wild-ass Market Hotel) experience at a massive free show in the park, that's just plain retarded.

Posted by sara | June 9, 2009 3:56 PM

Haters make me laugh so much - such transparent self-loathing. Probably best if you just stay home and watch... I don't even know! What DO you enjoy?

But since we're talking about hating, MAN I can't stand the rude loud talkers! Claire might be on to something.

Posted by josh | June 9, 2009 3:57 PM

We enjoy snuff films.

Posted by spokesperson for the haters | June 9, 2009 4:02 PM

This. show. was. fucken. insane!

glad I didnt' miss Psycho Killer, got there late and thought I missed it but he didnt play it so its all good...

Posted by the original MEH commentator | June 9, 2009 4:13 PM

It was my first time at the park for an event like this noe.what a great show I was very satisfied with the whole experience. Thanks

Posted by manfredo a rivas | June 9, 2009 4:14 PM

Burning Down the House shredded! People went crazy where I was standing. Exceeded my expectations by about 100%

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 4:16 PM

It was a great show, even from outside.

11238- Your comment was pretty funny. Never thought I'd see the day.

"thumbs up for david byrne. thumbs down for the ridiculous crowd. if you're B&T, please stay on your side of the river. I'm talking to you, manhattan."

Posted by Bill | June 9, 2009 4:21 PM

NICE! Oh man, funny...

- right? {{gulp}}

Posted by josh | June 9, 2009 4:26 PM

I think it's great that shows like this get put on in NY. It's so important for people to have access to different types of music, and for them to interact with different types of people as well. I'm excited for the rest of this series in Prospect Park.

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Posted by evan | June 9, 2009 4:30 PM

As I watched this show, the same two words kept coming to mind: "Adult Contemporary." Seriously, he's a fun performer and all, but do people actually like David Byrne?

Posted by Danny | June 9, 2009 4:40 PM

So, haterz… did we miss anything good on t.v. last night?

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 4:45 PM

i want my mehTV

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 4:50 PM

Funny to see a Brooklyn moron calling Manhattan people B&T's. It's like Revenge of the Nerds city edition.

Oh and thanks for telling us the song he starts out with each time on this tour and then asking for confirmation on the set list. It's a fucking staged, choreographed show. Apart from one or 2 songs it is the same show same order of songs each night.

I was going to make a comment on the post about the second Radio City show with the whole Pareles thing(side note, Pareles was not the only one who accused him of cultural imperialism when Bush of Ghosts came out) Decided against making a comment then because I did not go to that show and was thrown off by the first idiot posting some stupidity pretending to be Lou Reed. But check out Evan 11:48's comment on that thread. Guy nailed it and the same thing can be said for last night's show. Wish there were more Evan's and Pareles's on here than Friscano's doing reviews.

I love David Byrne and the show last night was a very lovely nice evening but there is something missing, something deeper to those songs that was not there. David is so immensely talented but can be a huge gasbag and sometimes is incredibly full of himself. The thing that keeps bothering me is the title of this tour and what it implies. Much of the music in this show was not just David Byrne and Brian Eno. There are 3 other people who largely had something to do with the creation of these songs. You know the ones he refers to as "some other people". I hope people do not forget that because as good as David is, those songs will never sound as great without Jerry, Chris and Tina.


Also i was at the bar after the show and Byrne was not "hanging out with everyone" as the dumbass above stated. More like he looked uncomfortable with people like said dumbass bothering him.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 4:56 PM

^^^ Chris Frantz

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 5:09 PM

You just had to know some fool was going to say 4:56 was one of the other members of Talking Heads.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 5:16 PM

"Seriously, he's a fun performer and all, but do people actually like David Byrne?"

To answer your question no.
Except maybe "cool" 40 somethings or people who were members of their high school student council.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 5:32 PM

Every time I read these comment and it gets me angry, I just remember that this is the internet and the person leaving these comments is just some angry, sexless, jobless, friendless little kid who doesn't really know any better.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 5:41 PM

20,000 Byrne fans can't be wrong.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 5:44 PM

Not to put too fine a point on it, but a hell of a lot more than 20,000 people voted for Bush. But hey, a chacun son gout.

Posted by Danny | June 9, 2009 6:58 PM

Say I'm the only bee in your bonnet.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 7:05 PM

if manhattan is so great... so stay there. im happy bc im in brooklyn. i dont care where ur from. so fuck u and ur bushwick/billburg comments... shit lets make brighton beach comments? or bensonhurst comments.

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 9:22 PM

5:32.
Yeah, I'm 17 and a HUGE Byrne/Talking Heads fan.
Though, the 40somethings were all the people that seemed to be there...

...and drunk and/or high people.

So, yeah...
Last night was AMAZING.
Totally worth the 3 1/2 hour adventure getting there.
The only bummer for me was the crowd.
It was so dead.
The area I was in for seats...
Like, nobody was standing.
How lame, when a crowd is dead like it was, concerts seem to lose their special feeling. Maybe I just get too worked up over music, but I just felt like something was missing. I dunno...good crowd or not, it was an awesome show.

Btw, all these useless arguements...
Please tell me you are all middle schoolers.
If not, please grow up and start acting like the adults you are.

Thank you.

=)

Posted by Jp | June 9, 2009 9:30 PM

For the love of god, please don't scream/chat with your fat almost-hipster twenty something friends throughout the entire show. LISTEN! Enjoy the music! Your stupid friends will talk with you after, if you want.

Posted by ajringer | June 9, 2009 10:20 PM

i love provoking tools. by existing. viva hipsterdom! I love it when yah losers get all worked up about it. . .

Posted by Anonymous | June 9, 2009 10:53 PM

Really now. Lots of people are insecure and uptight so they hold unto this faux "hipster" "indie" class structure for security.

We as Americans, and New Yorkers have undergone so much cultural upheaval and removal I guess we are all searching for an identity. New York City has changed so much, and seemingly in a way that has hurt the life of art, music, real neighborhoods, and good times. I can't find that special cafe that exists in my mind as a home for brainstorming, relaxing, meeting someone I'd wanna meet.I wish for a stronger community of humans who see past minor differences and can be open minded enough to be the change they wish to see, lighten up, break out of fabricated social norms, ect.

Thank You, good day.

Posted by Anonymous | June 10, 2009 8:23 AM

"Really now. Lots of people are insecure and uptight so they hold unto this faux "hipster" "indie" class structure for security.

We as Americans, and New Yorkers have undergone so much cultural upheaval and removal I guess we are all searching for an identity. New York City has changed so much, and seemingly in a way that has hurt the life of art, music, real neighborhoods, and good times. I can't find that special cafe that exists in my mind as a home for brainstorming, relaxing, meeting someone I'd wanna meet.I wish for a stronger community of humans who see past minor differences and can be open minded enough to be the change they wish to see, lighten up, break out of fabricated social norms, ect.

Thank You, good day."

its only as bad as you make it out to be, just lighten up

Posted by Anonymous | June 10, 2009 8:49 AM

I doubt it would have sounded any better if the rest of the Talking Heads were there. The band was super tight.

Posted by Anonymous | June 10, 2009 10:50 AM

Byrne is dressed as if he just got off work at The Cheesecake Factory.

Posted by Anonymous | June 10, 2009 11:51 AM

A fantastic show. Sure, there was crowd noise but you even get that at shows you pay for. Everyone around me was having a great time whether it was waiting in line to get in or inside the show. It was a good New York summer moment.

Posted by Anonymous | June 10, 2009 2:15 PM

almost as good as MGMT at McCarren last year.

Posted by Anonymous | June 10, 2009 2:20 PM

"almost as good as MGMT at McCarren last year."

This is a very funny joke you just made.

Posted by Anonymous | June 10, 2009 3:23 PM

But not nearly as good as Tom Tom Club at McCarrent last year.

Posted by Anonymous | June 10, 2009 3:30 PM

"I doubt it would have sounded any better if the rest of the Talking Heads were there. The band was super tight.

Posted by Anonymous | June 10, 2009 10:50 AM"

Clueless know nothing idiot!

Posted by Anonymous | June 10, 2009 3:35 PM

"I doubt it would have sounded any better if the rest of the Talking Heads were there. The band was super tight."

For me it has little to do with the band, but the music itself. The Talking Heads catalog is far superior than the David Byrne solo stuff. All his '80s Eno stuff is so very dated. The latest work, including the one with Eno, has it's moments, but can never match with the Talking Heads did.

Of course, you can never talk bad about sacred cows. David Bryne can do no wrong. I forgot.

Posted by Anonymous | June 10, 2009 3:54 PM

Alguien dijo:

As I watched this show, the same two words kept coming to mind: "Adult Contemporary." Seriously, he's a fun performer and all, but do people actually like David Byrne?

Y otro dijo:

To answer your question no.
Except maybe "cool" 40 somethings or people who were members of their high school student council.

Y yo digo:

I´m from Montevideo, Uruguay, South America and I love him y lo pude ver solamente 2 veces en mi vida. Repito, adoro su trabajo.

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Posted by akarat | May 18, 2012 2:24 PM

nice
Funny to see a Brooklyn moron calling Manhattan people B&T's. It's like Revenge of the Nerds city edition.

Oh and thanks for telling us the song he starts out with each time on this tour and then asking for confirmation on the set list. It's a fucking staged, choreographed show. Apart from one or 2 songs it is the same show same order of songs each night.
Thanks ..

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Down at a place called The Jug
With a girl named Linda Lu
When in walked a man
With a gun in his hand
And he was looking for you know who."

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Posted by arabblog | July 30, 2013 8:31 AM

Actually, not sure about Ohio, but down in the South, Lyrnyrd Skynyrd once sang

"I was cutting the rug
Down at a place called The Jug
With a girl named Linda Lu
When in walked a man
With a gun in his hand
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