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We're going to air out a pile of new songs, His and Hers, boxing the compass in 15 states.We've got a 9 year old Tour Manager who doesn't have an i Pad. EAST - In October we play the Northeast on the first leg of a three-month North America tour with Kris Delmhorst for the release of her new album THE WILD, which I co-produced and played on with my band.He believed in music as a life and death proposition, and you can hear the hunger in him, that lean coyote voice, long after he got famous and comfortable.There's a spiritual hunger in rock 'n' roll that comes from blues and gospel, and Petty cut the template for late rock 'n' roll while fashion bloomed and subsided around him.The Winstead’s two Harwich properties offer something for everyone: Sun worshipers and relaxation seekers gravitate toward the 14-room manse situated on a private beach, while families enjoy the recently expanded, bike-path-adjacent 15-room estate in the heart of town, just a mile and a half from the sea.All are treated to a gratis continental breakfast and afternoon treats.
Several golf courses and other amusements such as miniature golf, tennis, go carts and bumper boats are in the local area.We hope you enjoy your seashore experience and remember the Winstead in your planning.The Winstead Inn is situated in the village of Harwich in a residential area one block from the town center with easy access to the Cape Cod Rail Trail (for bicycling, jogging and walking).A private car shuttles Winstead Inn guests to the Beach Resort during the high season.The Beach Resort commands a spectacular beach front location with our exclusive guest-only private stretch of Nantucket Sound, boasting the warmest of Cape Cod waters.
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This occurred to me on the road last week on tour with what must be the only electric band in North America in which no one has a tattoo, or anything pierced. There’s a kind of heliopause where the road life ends and the home life is embarked on but not quite real, and things are clear, the way the light feels scrubbed after a storm.