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    Re: Gone but not forgotten!

    I saw Diana Rigg this week in the reboot of All Creatures Great and Small. She plays Mrs Pumphrey - guardian of one 'Tricky Woo'.
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    Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!! RBG!!!! DON'T leave us!! We need you!!

    RIP Ruth Bader Ginsburg
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    Quote Originally Posted by AntsyVee View Post
    Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!! RBG!!!! DON'T leave us!! We need you!!

    RIP Ruth Bader Ginsburg
    A Wonderful Woman and trailblazer she will be sadly missed by a lot of women over there

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    Rock star Eddie Van Halen - aged 65



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    EVH... Unreal! I'm not that much younger than him and abused myself in my youth, like he did, for which I'm paying for :(

    One of the best concerts I ever saw was when Van Halen was just starting out. It was at the Tower Theater in Upper Darby, PA in 1978. The headline act was Montrose. The guitarist, 'Ronnie Montrose' was the guitarist for the Edgar Winter group and part of some iconic rock instrumentals in the 70's. The opening act was 'Van Halen'. I recall them starting with Eddie doing "Eruption". Just him and his guitar. I was awed by the sound he was producing! Then, he broke out into the guitar riff for "Runnin' With the Devil". When the band came in, David Lee Roth came flying out from behind the drums and landed with a split on the stage with that signature scream.... It was a "holy shit" moment. The 2nd act was Journey, shortly after Steve Perry joined the band. truly an epic lineup of talent!

    I had the privilege of helping produce CDs for Lorenza Ponce, the violinist for Eddie Van Halen the last 10 years or so. We discussed music and what it was like to tour with EVH. He was truly an iconic player. He will be missed.... RIP

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    Yeah I'm with you on this one FMP.

    RIP EVH.

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    RIP the great Johny Nash

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noivous View Post
    Yeah I'm with you on this one FMP.

    RIP EVH.


    he was a legend in his own right

    losing too many greats from the world of entertainment

    sad but true

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    Eddie Van Halen. Total rock god. Looked great in tight trousers. RIP.
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    James Mattison
    33 yrs young and homeless passed yesterday from battling Covid since May.

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