NASHVILLE FIREFIGHTERS
ASSOCIATION LOCAL 140

Proudly
Presents
Raindrops
and
Teardrops
starring
B.J. Thomas &
Billy Joe Royal
Saturday,
April 21, 2007
at 8:00PM
B.J. Thomas Concert Review by Pat Adams
Going to a B.J. Thomas concert was like going back in time for me, since he performed at my first  ever concert, in the late 1960's along with
headliners The Turtles & Lovin Spoonful at the Nashville Fairgrounds Coliseum, which later burned down. I saw B.J. Thomas perform at the 2nd
WMAK Music Festival (early '70s) the Centennial Park bandshell in Nashville.  He and his band sounded great at this springs Firefighters Concert.
Several members of his band were from Nashville. They started the show off with "I Just Can't Help Believing" and continued on with hits including
"Hooked On A Feeling", "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head", "Rock And Roll Lullaby", "Mighty Clouds Of Joy", and many more hit songs
.He performed his first hit "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" and had the crowd singing along with "Hey Won't You Play, Another Somebody Done
Somebody Wrong Song".  I have always been a big B.J. Thomas fan and last saw him at the Exit In in the '80's. As a kid, I had several of his
albums including "Most Of All" and  "Billy Joe Thomas". Time has been good to B.J. Thomas, as he still sounds and looks pretty much the same  
as past decades. It's always fun to attend the Oldies Firefighters Concerts, since I am a big oldies music fan.
My autographed
B.J. Thomas
promotional
photograph
Municipal Auditorium
B.J. Thomas
April 21, 2007 :  Nashville, Tennessee
Pictures by Pat Adams
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