Glenn Frey Online

Monday, June 23, 2008

Manhattan Beach Lodge tour page

I've completed the tour page for the Manhattan Beach show - you can find it here. Thanks to those who contributed reviews!

Friday, June 20, 2008

More about the Manhattan Beach show

Another review of the Manhattan Beach show: Another photo, too!

Monday, June 16, 2008

Review of the show at the Manhattan Beach Lodge

I wound up going to the show over in Manhattan Beach, Minnesota - or Crosslake, depending on where you stand - and I wrote a review of it here.

There's another brief fan review here.

One of Glenn's friends, author Thomas Sullivan, got to spend the weekend with him up in the Brainerd Lakes region (lovely place) in addition to seeing the show, and he wrote a bit about it on his "Storytellers Unplugged" blog entry (scroll down to the last big paragraph starting with "There is another nature story..") Trivia buffs and hardcore Frey fans may remember that Thomas Sullivan is the guy who came up with the phrase "moral malnutrition" which Glenn borrowed for I've Got Mine, and he is thanked in the liner notes.

Finally, tons of great photos on the Brainerd Dispatch site!

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Glenn to play Manhattan Beach, Minnesota June 14!

The Manhattan Beach Lodge has notified the Manhattan Beach City Council that Glenn Frey will be playing there this Saturday, June 14! The lodge is located in Manhattan Beach, Minnesota. This is pretty last minute, but if you'd like more details on how to get tickets, go to their site here.

(Note: the use of the GFO logo on their page advertising the event doesn't mean I, or the site, have anything to do with it. They just used it without asking me.)

Some quick details...

Where: Manhattan Beach Lodge in Manhattan Beach, Minnesota

When: Opening acts begin at 4:30, doors open at 3:00

Ticket prices (to order by phone, call 218-692-3381):
  • $97.50 for standing room in front of the stage; includes free food and drinks from 3-9
  • $52.50 for reserved seating
  • $32.50 for general admission

    ($2.50 of every ticket goes to "Music Matters" which helps fund school music programs)