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The brainchild of ex-Rockats guitarist Tim Scott (b. Tim Scott McConnell), who released several solo records for Geffen Records in the early 80s. The Havalinas was formed from the remnants of several high energy Los Angeles, California, USA-based guitar combos, and included Scott’s former Rockats colleague Smutty Smith on bass, and drummer Charlie ‘Chalo’ Quintana drums. Disillusioned with rock, the trio fused traditional folk instruments such as banjo, mandolin, flute and dobro, with a belligerent street-wise approach, that also drew on influences as diverse as Woody Guthrie and Hank Williams. Released in 1990, their debut album, produced by Don Gehman (., John Mellencamp), was a shambolic, yet riveting set that dealt with contemporary socio-political ills. Their Guns N’Roses persona won them few friends on the folk scene.

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Scott's next release is as Ledfoot — a new album called Black Valley Ballads , and it's due out in Germany in January — just in time to coincide with Springsteen's own heavily rumored next record, which could include "High Hopes." 

Springsteen reprised the practice of performing full albums in the cities he had been to during the last tour. Born in the . , Born to Run , Darkness on the Edge of Town and The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle were played top to bottom. For the latter one Bruce and the band were joined by the string ensemble Cooper + Koo, who also were on stage during the "Stayin’ Alive" cover.

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''Not a Lot to Ask For'' is both hummable and wise - with McConnell advising, ''But she doesn't need you all the time/ Not when you're out of line/ Sometime it's wise to use the door.''

As an added thank you to fans, see highlights from the tour set to a new recording from Bruce of “Dream Baby Dream” by the band Suicide here.

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