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|Farm Aid: Willie Nelson, Neil Young, Dave Matthews & John Mellencamp||
Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, NY
September 21, 2013
Saturday 7:00 pm
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Ever since MTV turned this unassuming roots rocker from Indiana into a Midwestern music icon in 1983, John Mellencamp has continued to grow and evolve as a musician. From his association with Willie Nelson's Farm Aid concerts to his hit duets with such unexpected performers as Me'Shell NdegéOcello, Mellencamp has built on his past while exploring ways to reach new fans. The result is a long history of huge ticket sales all over the nation.
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First known professionally as John Cougar (the fault of David Bowie's manager), Mellencamp hails from Seymour, Indiana. Born with spina bifida, he has spent his whole life as an underdog, and therefore as a champion of the underdogs of American society. While 'Hurts So Good' and 'Jack & Diane' reached Number 2 and Number 1 respectively in 1982, it was 'Pink Houses' (1984), 'Small Town' (1985) and 'Rain on the Scarecrow' (1986) that cemented his image as the spokesman for the common man.
Unlike many of acts that were huge in the mid-1980s, Mellencamp is not recycling his hits on nostalgia tours. His albums continue to sell in the millions, and he continues to work with innovative musicians.Read the full John Mellencamp Article