From ‘The Noise’ Oct 2016

*** TIM MANN (The Music Emporium): Most important musical memory is hard to answer with just one event. The historical events that stand out the most are The Remains opening for The Beatles on their last ever tour (now over 50 years ago!), and the Mayor calling the governor of Rhode Island to get Keith Richards sprung from jail so The Stones could play The Garden in ’72, or ’73. And third, any show at The Boston Tea Party! My personal most important musical moment is the first time I played with Greg Hawkes (The Cars). It was 2003 in his livingroom. We played “Between The Devil and The Deep Blue Sea” on ukuleles. **

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