Can you believe that today is the 29th anniversary of Tom Petty’s Into the Great Wide Open album? I can’t. I still think of it as “new” Tom Petty. Wow. Okay, well this isn’t the greatest version but I like how they did it. Enjoy!
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“The papers said Ed always played from the heart. He got an agent and a roadie named Bart. They made a record and it went in the charts. The sky was the limit. His leather jacket had chains that would jingle. They both met movie stars, partied and mingled. Their A&R man said, ‘I don’t hear a single.’ The future was wide open.” – “Into the Great Wide Open” (Petty/Lynne)