qWhen it comes to the J.A./J.S. Craig Fenton is the source.q Signe Anderson original J.A. member and part of the J.S. 93-94. Have You Seen The Stars Tonite contains 179 photos, the singles and albums the Jefferson Starship and J.S. The Next Generation released, a healthy dose of the solo projects, and the dates of service for members of the band past and present. There is much more. You can find documentation on the players that filled in for the regular members, special guests, and setlists either whole or at least partial for 703 concerts. There is no reason to stop there. The first time a song appeared, alternate versions, excerpts, poem titles, and a year-by-year breakdown of the tunes performed are all included in the flight manual. Finally, you can see which Jefferson Airplane titles were performed, an entire list of documented songs played 1974-1978 and 1992-2007 as well as an extensive listing of many of the cover tunes performed and the artists that made them famous.Craig Fenton. August 14, 1992 Clio Amphitheatre a Clio, Michigan Crown of Creation, We Can Be Together, Shadowlands, Papa Johna#39;s Down Home Blues, ... August 22, 1992 Unknown venue a Salt Lake City, Utah Note: No setlist available.
|Title||:||Have You Seen the Stars Tonite: The Jefferson Starship Flight Manual 1974-1978 & J.S. the Next Generation 1992-2007|
|Publisher||:||Craig Fenton - 2008-08|