New Tom Petty Live Anthology Coming Soon!!!

As a Tom Petty worshipper and Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers bootleg collector with a couple hundred discs of his live material (and as a curator of his best material onto anthology discs for my own private use), I’m ecstatic to pass on the news of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ new anthology with 48 songs!!!  Check out the details here at the newly revamped tompetty.com  and as soon as they start releasing details of the dates of the performances, I’ll start to be able to comment on how good I think their choice of renditions of them are based on what I know of how they were playing each song at each time.  So please come back for reviews thereof! 

I already know their renditions of the various covers listed on the website, most of which came from the Fillmore era but a couple of which come from other times.

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