Blue Hill Bank Pavilion – Boston

 —  September 13, 2016 — 3 Comments

Before the concert Willie says hello to a big fan, Ben Ninesling of Cape Cod

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At the Blue Hills Bank Pavillion in Boston, Jay Chandrasekhar brought the gang from SUPER TROOPERS, who so graciously took time out from their busy schedule protecting the American/Canadian border to come and sing along with Willie Nelson and Family. It’s All Going to Pot was their selection, and the crowd went wild. Willie and Mickey were both thoroughly frisked before they exited the stage and headed to Brooklyn. See you at the movies Jay.

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3 responses to Blue Hill Bank Pavilion – Boston

  1. God it was great to see you Monday.
    Not since Concerts on the Common have Ibbeen able to see you! I am 68 years old and have been a fan since I was 14. I have traveled the country to see you over the years. However there were sone things I did not like Monday.
    The concert was a gift for my birthday. I have worked for non profits all my life. Prisoner Rights for 46 years and currently I am working with famikies who have children with “severe emotional distrubances” as a parent trainer and family support person. Obviously I have not grown wealthy with these jobs but I wouldn’t chane things for a million dollars.
    So attending an evevt at Black Hills Pavilion was a shocker! $5.00 for a water, $14.00 for a beer and tickets at low end for a $100.00!
    So perhaps you could find another venue in New England that is less pricy and more assessable? After all meeting you is st the very top of my bucket list. I can’t do that if I can’t get in to see you!
    Love you and the band Willie.
    Dianne

  2. I heard Willie used to be a pig farmer. Sure still knows how to handle a herd.

  3. Boy that was nice to see the Super Troopers join the stage and sang along , that was so cool ,

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