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Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers

Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers

May 2nd 2017 @ Frank Erwin Center with Gary Clark Jr.

Austin, TX
I Was There
About Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
Genres:
Rock
Band Members:
Tom Petty - (vocals guitar), Mike Campbell - (guitar), Benmont Tench - (keyboards), Ron Blair - (bass), Scott Thurston (guitar keyboards harmonica), Steve Ferrone (drums)
Hometown:
Gainesville, FL

When and how did the band form?

Drawing from the ranks of his high school friends, Petty founded his first band, the Sundowners. As often happens, the band metamorphosed...
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Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017
7:00 PM
Frank Erwin Center with Gary Clark Jr.
1701 Red River St, Austin, TX 78701
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About Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
Genres:
Rock
Band Members:
Tom Petty - (vocals guitar), Mike Campbell - (guitar), Benmont Tench - (keyboards), Ron Blair - (bass), Scott Thurston (guitar keyboards harmonica), Steve Ferrone (drums)
Hometown:
Gainesville, FL

When and how did the band form?

Drawing from the ranks of his high school friends, Petty founded his first band, the Sundowners. As often happens, the band metamorphosed...
Read More
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Fan Live Reviews
James
March 6th 2017
One of the top 3 concerts I've ever attended, sold out, great crowd and awesome music that still sounds as good as ever.
David
February 22nd 2017
An amazing show Tuesday night with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers with special guest Gary Clark Jr. Gary Clark Jr. Got the crowd roaring right off the bat. This local boy turned international star seemingly overnight. His blues-soul-r&b provided a little of everything for the capacity crowd in the Frank Erwin Center. I've never been to a concert that started at the time on the ticket, but Mr. Clark took the stage at exactly 7:30 and played a strong 55 minute set. About a 40 minute changeover and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers came on to a standing ovation from the rabid Petty faithful and radio hit curious. They did not disappoint. The set list touched on almost every part of the celebrated 40 year career of the songwriter and his trusty, hall of fame inducted band. The set list was heavy on the hits, and rightfully so, as far as the reason for the tour. Two hours later we were all exhausted but still left wanting more. And that's a good thing. In the advertisements Petty announces "This is the one we said we'd never do." But he made it abundantly clear that rock n' roll has no age limit. Here's to many more. If you missed this, you missed a piece of rock n' roll history.
Joshua
January 29th 2017
FUCKING LEGENDARY
James
December 23rd 2016
Such a great show. I'm glad I got to see them. I recommend you do the same if you can.
Thomas
December 14th 2016
Sound was a little rough in the beginning, but it got better and Tom and the band were off the charts fabulous