Headed to Providence RI and Chicopee MA this weekend for live club shows with Don & Jim. These have been a lot of fun to do when our schedule permits and we appreciate everyone coming out for a night of rock comedy, stories, Q&A and sometimes special guests and music (depends on venue). Tomorrow night we are at Lupos in Providence, doors at 8, show around 9. If you purchased the VIP that meet & greet is at 7P. Likely the same deal for Saturday at Comedy Connection in Chicopee but if hitting that one check with the venue Saturday. I will also tweet times when I have them for Saturday. Merch and both of my books also available at both events. Details on these shows on the home page. Hope to see you if in the area.

All new Q104,3 show tomorrow night 11P-2A ET. Catch the free stream at www.q1043.com or use the free iHeartradio app.

Have a good weekend all!

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  • Josh on

    hey eddie, do you have any plans to come to the northern virginia area? keep up the great work.

  • Johnny P on

    Eddie, the Hu Ke Lau staff in Chicopee said meet n greet there is after show… let us know if it’s different, we’ll be there early anyway to grub down , can’t wait.

  • Andrew on

    Don’t know if you are going to catch the Randy Rhoads tribute but I saw the Stone Pony show and they totally rocked the house. Got to meet Don and Kathy and Kelle Rhoads and they were all sweethearts. Anyone thinking of catching the final shows absolutely should. Brian did an amazing job!

  • Mark Ellis on

    I’ve been to two of these shows with the TMS hosts, I always take my 27 year son and we have a good time. Last time at the Tonic in Portland I started with my usual two Daniels on the Rocks, and was thoroughly primed when Eddie, Don and Jim took the stage. It was a laugh-riot. One inebriated gal kept interrupting Jim’s set, and he finally and funnily said, “I got this.” Finally the woman shut up.

    At both shows the guys proved very forthcoming about meeting and greeting the audience after the show. At the Tonic I was able to ask a question to all three that I’ve wondered about for years.

    In an old edition of Creem Magazine (yes, I’m showing my age here) I once read that the Scorpions had walked out of a showing of This Is Spinal Tap because they thought the film was about them, and too on-the-nose. All three TMS guys had heard the story, but there was some confusion. I was tipsy, but I believe I remember Eddie saying that it was actually Saxon who walked out.

    I wish we could get to the bottom of this.

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