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  1. #251
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    Trying to mix a ski trip and concert for the last weekend of August. Flying out to Portland for Aug-Sept turns. The Breeders are also playing that weekend and the show is sold out. Anyone know of anyways of getting tix without paying more 3x times face value with Tickets reselling sites?

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  2. #252
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    We saw Max Creek last night in Ludlow, MA at the fish and game club. I took my son and wife's cousin (they're 19). My kid has seen the creek before (he was a child) and was rightfully blown away by scott murawskis playing. He is just ridiculously good. I've been seeing them since I was younger than my kid. Kinda cool for me to go creekin with him.

    Headed to Tanglewood again monday, some friends invited us to see Grace. Love Tanglewood, the weather is going to be awesome, and while the Nocturnals arent exactly my cup of tea musically, i always like to get some pictures of GP. Anyone else going?

    Wife's cousin saw Todd Rundgren Friday and said he was fantastic. Not surprising at all.

  3. #253
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    PSA for you Bluegrass folk...

    http://www.massmoca.org/event_details.php?id=813

  4. #254
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    Queens of the Stone Age at Red Rocks was amazing. Loved them since the beginning, and in between.

    After that show, Jam bands and Techno sucks.
    Terje was right.

    "We're all kooks to somebody else." -Shelby Menzel

  5. #255
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    Winwood supporting the Allmans in Hartford Saturday. Both bands were great but holy shit are the brothers firing on all cylinders. Decided to road trip to winnepesaukee to see them again tomorrow (and drink and ski and whatnot). They just jam ridiculously hard, like usual.

    They put blue sky back in the lineup after not playing it for years after booting Dickie. Fun times at the Brothers. Go see them. .

  6. #256
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    Caught World Party Thursday night. It was so good that we came back for seconds Friday night. Great venue to see anybody on your list, City Winery in NYC. High end bar restaurant with a stage. Got to hang with the band after the show.... Super cool guys. Much fun was had... Paying dearly for it today.

  7. #257
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    Johnny Lang rocked the house last night!

  8. #258
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    Saw these guys at this crazy little festival on a farm by the ocean in Mass. this past Saturday.



    and these guys:



    Nikki Glaspie plays drums for both. Had a nice chat with Ivan Neville, cool guy.

    But probably the highlight of the festival was these guys, Dynasty Electric:


    "Chrissie Hynde on acid" was the best description I came up with. Outstanding.

    About 20 other bands too. Cool event.

  9. #259
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    Black Sabbath at The Gorge
    I have a responsibility to not be intimidated and bullied by low life losers who abuse what little power is granted to them as ski patrollers.

  10. #260
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    queens of the stone age night 1 of 2. holy hell those guys can jam

  11. #261
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    Mule for the win last night sold out show and on the rail. get to SF If you can .
    ROBBY KRIEGER TO JOIN MULE IN LA & OAKLAND
    We are pleased to announce that Robby Krieger of The Doors will be sitting in with Gov't Mule for our two very special Halloween performances at The Henry Fonda Theatre in LA on 10/30 and The Fox Theatre in Oakland on 10/31
    set 1 10/29
    Trane >
    Eternity's Breath >
    Temporary Saint
    Rocking Horse
    Whisper In Your Soul
    Forsaken Savior
    Unring The Bell
    World Boss
    When The World Gets Small
    Mr. Big with Andy Fraser & Tobi
    Thorazine Shuffle >
    Funny Little Tragedy >
    Thorazine Shuffle Reprise

    Set 2 with Robby Krieger
    Break On Through (To The Other Side)*
    Love Me Two Times*
    Peace Frog*
    People Are Strange*
    Wild Child*
    Hello, I Love You*
    Been Down So Long*
    The Changeling*
    Cars Hiss By My Window*
    Light My Fire with Eleanor Rigby & My Favorite Things Teases
    Five To One* with Waylon Krieger
    Roadhouse Blues with Phil Chen
    The End*
    Riders On The Storm*
    L.A. Woman*

    Encore
    When The Music's Over
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  12. #262
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    Shovels and Rope at the Jefferson. Ridiculous.
    Remind me. We'll send him a red cap and a Speedo.

  13. #263
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    Went to the Bridge School Benefit last weekend. It ranged from a serious meh in Elvis Costello, to fantastic, with sets from Tom Waits (Les Claypool on the bass!) and My Morning Jacket - including a Neil Young appearance to sing Oh Sweet Nuthin' in memory of Lou Reed. Neil Played a few songs with Heart, who was also a pretty good show for as old as they are.





    It was fucking good all around. Great day, I suggest you go see it if theres a good lineup.

  14. #264
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    That looked like a great time Brice, thank you for posting that up.

  15. #265
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    Finally got a chance to see Zakir Hussain the other night at the KKL in Luzern with "Remember Shakti". Four incredible musicians with vocalist. Definitely worth a look if they come near you.


  16. #266
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    nice, paxti! they played in GVA the other week but a tuesday night and too busy with work. i saw them in zurich in 2000. they were incredible. i've never seen an audience with more smiles that than show.

  17. #267
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    on the other end of the spectrum, i saw deafheaven last night in a farmhouse in a cow pasture. mesmerizing in its own way.


  18. #268
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    caught Phil & Phriends at at the Capital Theater. Anders Osborne, Luther Dickinson, Jason Crosby, Phil, .....all i can say us that i look forward to what these guys will create together live if they continue to explore and enjoy playing together like they do. Great night. Trying to move the schedule around to get to the Nokia in the city next weekend.

    Halloween show http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/40362981

    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/40365247 (second set)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMP View Post
    caught Phil & Phriends at at the Capital Theater. Anders Osborne, Luther Dickinson, Jason Crosby, Phil, .....all i can say us that i look forward to what these guys will create together live if they continue to explore and enjoy playing together like they do. Great night. Trying to move the schedule around to get to the Nokia in the city next weekend.

    Halloween show http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/40362981

    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/40365247 (second set)
    whoa! just listened to the Big R/R Blues, not keen on the vocals.
    but the jam is killer!
    crab in my shoe mouth

  20. #270
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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    whoa! just listened to the Big R/R Blues, not keen on the vocals.
    but the jam is killer!
    listen to the death dont have no mercy from saturday night. (watchtower-->DDHNM)


    you and I both know it isnt about the vocals, they get those out of the way so they can jam. Did you see phil signed on to play the cap and brooklyn bowl for 45 shows in 2014. that and TXR. as i age, band residencies and VIP packages are the order of the day.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/04/ar...seid=auto&_r=0

  21. #271
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    Next week the thirteen I'll be on the road to see Airbourne in Lyon, France.

    My fourth concert this year after Gojira in april, Roger Waters in september in Paris and the Sonisphere Festival in june where I was with a bunch of known ski people.

  22. #272
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    Saw the black crowes at a small club in St. Paul on Saturday -- great stuff, all standing room but that was just fine as those guys are perfect for shufflin to

  23. #273
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    I saw Built To Spill @ State Theater in Ithaca on Sat.

    The highlight of the evening was how fucked up I got myself. First time in years I've had to abandon a freshly poured beer...had to pull the chute.

    Acoustics weren't fantastic and I was a mess, so not the greatest experience. Last time I saw them they blew the roof off the joint (different venue with great acoustics)
    If it's green, smoke it...if it's pink, poke it

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    Blackhawks vs. Oilers

    America this Friday night, Robert Cray/Gary Hoey Sunday night.

  25. #275
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    Saw Gary Clark Jr. last night. This guy is getting labeled as "the future of texas blues" but I don't really get it. Talented, sure. The guitar work was flashy in spots but mostly when there was a break he could run with, he didn't. To me the show was unfocused and self-indulgent. Plus he played his guitar through a synth most of the time, I like the way guitars sound personally. He does have a really good voice for soul though. I'd give it a B, the wife really dug it though so what do I know?

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