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John Tesh Big Band CD and DVD now available

Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Peas, Mar 12, 2013.

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    His show at Red Rocks with Nadia Comenici doing gymnastics changed my life.
     
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    Does this thread better fit under the Bad Jokes forum or the Music To My Ears forum? :):)
     
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    The dude is selling music. How you making out?

    ;):twisted:
     
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    What brand of strings is best for playing John Tesh music?
     
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    Theme to NBA on NBC will forever be his masterwork.
     
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    There was a time when his music would inspire me during physical training.
    That was a very long time ago. He must be getting old.
     
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    You definitely have a point, but there are also a lot of Doritos sold.
     
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    So is Barney, just sayin
     
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    Yes gents, please note the winky face.

    That being said, Doritos & Barney are not musicians!!!!!
    :p

    Please note the "razz" face......
     
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    McDonald's sells a lot of cheeseburgers. Had a few, have you? :mrgreen:
     
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    Again, is a cheeseburger a musician? Coming from Mckey d's, they sure can make you musical! Just not in a good way.......
     
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    That's good .I like that one. I remember him doing the news in the early 80's, I think.In New York .I think
     
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    When I was a teen there was a Record Town record shop in the mall near me. They had an electronic kiosk thing where you can search artists to see if they had the CD. I used to enter John Tesh on there and leave it as a joke for the next customer. I thought it was funny at the time but now not so much. I still don't care for his music at all, but just in retrospect it wasn't a funny joke.
     
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    John Tesh is the McDonalds of pop music. There's something immediately gratifying about what he does, but after a while you want something a little tastier.
     
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    That is not a name I ever expected to see on this forum. Although, a quick search for precedents yields a user by that name.

    I actually kinda liked the guy on Entertainment Tonight... enjoyed the music for a few minutes, too.
     
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    Makes Barry Manilow seem like grandmaster funk.
     
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