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Full Moon Fever


Deborah Kennedy

Whatzup Features Writer

Published August 9, 2018

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Tom Petty’s death in October at the age of 66 meant not only the loss of a rock n’ roll legend, but also of one of the most creative and diverse voices in American songwriting.

“American Girl.” “Learning to Fly.” “Refugee.” “Breakdown.” “Here Comes My Girl.” We could list Petty’s greatest hits until even the losers got lucky. The point is that the man was prolific and

irreplaceable.

Those still smarting from Petty’s passing will want to mark their calendars for Friday, August 17, when Full Moon Fever, a Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers tribute act, will be at Foellinger Theater as part of its summer concert series.

Full Moon Fever hail from Toronto, Canada. On their Facebook page, the fivesome proudly declare themselves the world’s #1 tribute band to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Full Moon Fever is Todd Sharman, Randy James, Paul Whiteside, Mark Higginbottom, and David Veldhuizen. They’ll take the stage at 8 p.m.

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