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Top Five Legendary Songs from Legends at the Lake


by Brett Leigh Dicks

When Legends at the Lake comes to Lake Casitas on Sunday, September 3, the lake’s tranquil shoreline will get a musical awakening it won’t soon forget. With both Starship and The Tubes being joined by the likes of Bobby Kimball from Toto and Mr. Mister’s Richard Page, the event promises to be a cavalcade of retrospective rocking. Add to this a collection of accompanying musicians whose combined pedigree hail from Carlos Santana, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, and Eric Clapton, and you get an idea of the musical depth that will be on display. And that’s even without mentioning our own latter-day legends Spencer the Gardener and The Coral Sea. Here are the top five songs to look out for:

1] “In Between the Days,” by The Coral Sea from Volcano and Heart.2] “Broken Wings,” by Mr. Mister from Welcome to the Real World. 3] “More Than a Feeling,” by Boston from Boston. 4] “And Go Crazy,” by Spencer the Gardener from Run Away with Lulu. 5] “Rosanna,” by Toto from Toto IV

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