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October 07, 2011 by Bcarrera 
Anybody have tickets want to sell for tonight's show in Cabo (10/7/11)?

It's my 40th birthday and looking to buy tickets to tonight's show in CABO.

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October 07, 2011 by ryders 
Tonights Birthday Bash

Sammy, My wife and I were heading to Cabo this morning to see your show tonight, and on the way to the airport when we got a call only to here that here brother had passed away. This would have been my first time to see you at the Cabo. Needless to say we will not be there. Please dont stop doing the Cabo Birthday bash, I will be there, next time. We had another couple going as well. So there are four extra tickets out there. Kick some Ass tonight

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October 07, 2011 by IVHorsemen 
Two wristbands available for the 10/11 show

Heading to Cabo tomorrow to take in a week long celebration of my XL BDay (along with Sammy's BDay too!). It looks like I'll have two wristbands available for the Tuesday night show. If anyone's interested, please message me here so that we can hook up while I'm in town.

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October 06, 2011 by tequila rico 
http://blog.mybadtequila.com/2009/09/22/chickenfoot-concert-sammy-hagar-chad-smith-joe-satriani-michael-anthony--cabo-wabo.aspx

Chickenfoot Concert, Sammy Hagar, Chad Smith, Joe Satriani, Michael Anthony & Cabo Wabo

Hey Rock 'n' Roll Fans & Amigos,

Uncle Rico is heading to Dodge Theatre in Tempe, AZ tomorrow evening for a little Chickenfoot: "A dash of Chili Pepper, two jiggers of Van Hagar, and a whole batch of Satch." Should be a great concert with likes of Sammy Hagar and his former bassist when they were with Van Halen, Chili Peppers, drummer Chad Smith and guitarist Joe Satriani of Satch. Ready for some 80s - style rock.

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October 05, 2011 by ericcroyle 
thanks Sammy. Seriously.

I am 30 years old, I have been playing in bands and writing music since I was 15. I played in some bands that got some attention regionally in different areas but nothing that ever really turned into anything. I love playing music, its all I ever wanted to do. I turned 24 got married and by 25 I was preparing for my oldest daughter. I wasn't done making music but I was done trying to "make it". I got a real job, focused on that and raising my kid, I kept writing songs and recording but that was it, I didn't join any more bands.

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