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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Bails View Post
    I always thought that Kansas should have toured with Toto.

    A missed opportunity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Bails View Post
    I always thought that Kansas should have toured with Toto.

    A missed opportunity.
    That would have to be billed as Kansas featuring Toto. Don't care that they'd play separate sets or who was actually headlining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Bails View Post
    I always thought that Kansas should have toured with Toto.

    A missed opportunity.
    Roy Wood could have reformed his band Wizzard to tour with them too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roylayer View Post
    Roy Wood could have reformed his band Wizzard to tour with them too.

    They could all be onstage for a encore.

    I was thinking, maybe, an Elton John song...

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    Quote Originally Posted by the ferret View Post
    They could all be onstage for a encore.

    I was thinking, maybe, an Elton John song...
    And Blackmore's Rainbow starting the show as they always did with Somewhere Over the Rainbow.
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    Apparently, there's a band name Emerald City, too.
    Orange is the new stupid.

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    They can open the show with "A Horse of a Different Color with No Name"
    Orange is the new stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tribalfusion View Post
    I actually really like Europe these days and would go just for them. They sound like a great mix of Rainbow, Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin and UFO. I like Kansas well enough of course and can handle some Foreigner songs so I'm into it.

    This.

    I started listening to them for the novelty of the Final Countdown but quickly realized that it's a pretty decent 80s hair album. The album before it, Wings of Tomorrow, is even better. The last two albums are respectable too.

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    I used to know a guy who claimed to have made out with Norum's (apparent) sister, although I could never find out whether Norum actually had a sister or not. Anyway, the guy insisted about the sister, and said that she was practically identical to Norum himself. Perhaps it was him, I don't know.
    Tone Norum, she was not only John's sister, she had a career of her own and a much bigger star in Sweden at the time (mid, late 80s) when John was more of a "legend of the past" since he left the band just as they broke internationally.
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