1 farmerbrown 1 year ago Connie opened and played for an hour, her band is excellent with Gary Carter on steel and Jack Daniels (formerly of Highway 101) on lead guitar. Jack replaces Rick Wright who was tragically killed in an auto accident something over a year ago.Jack played a Black 3 pick-up Tele through a Peavey amp for all but one number, he used a Strat on that one. I was really impressed with Jack as it had been years since I had heard him.Marty and the Fabulous Superlatives played for an hour as well doing several of Marty's hits and some songs from his new CD called "Way Out West). He and Cousin Kenny Vaughan burned up the Telecasters and they are now playing through Deluxe Reverbs instead of Princeton's. I got to speak with one of their Techs before the show and he said the Princetons just weren't getting it done anymore.They did a new instrumental tune called Mojave that they wrote, (a surfy sounding tune) and it was just out of this world.One of the highlights of the show was them doing El Paso by Marty Robbins. Grady Martin is being inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame this year and Marty and the boys have been asked to play for the Gold Medallion Ceremony. Kenny had all the fills down to a tee on this song and the harmony of Marty, Harry and Chris was just superb!The only thing I didn't like about the show is the fact that the sound went up about 20 decibels when Marty started playing, Connie's sound level was about as perfect as could possible be in the big room we were in.Connie can still bring it as does Marty, this was one of the best shows I've ever attended.