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  1. #276
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    He's playing here next week at the Vic, which is a decent venue. They're really pumping him, backing up the Kings of Leon in March at the United Center, which it much too big for either of them.

    Los Lonely Boys had 14 year old Tallen Latz playing with them and he's the future of Texas blues. That kid can rock.

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    D'oh......

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    Chris Cornell acoustic at the Calvin in Northampton MA. Excellent show. Exceptional talent.

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    America. I know, but they were actually very good. Plus we were entertaining and they ate that shit up. Gotta play to the audience.

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    Robert Cray Sunday night was more like it.

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    I saw America about 2 years ago and thought they were great!

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    my mom was Dewey Bunnell's (America) cleaning lady when we moved to Marin county and she was studying to get her license to sell insurance. He hooked me up with every warner brothers record i wanted because they recorded on that label. cool guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMP View Post
    Chris Cornell acoustic at the Calvin in Northampton MA. Excellent show. Exceptional talent.

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    did he play Rusty Cage?

    do you do, DSO?
    i'll be at the Calvin on Saturday.
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMP View Post
    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.

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    Both Phil and Bob have some cool stuff happening! I am going to pencil myself in for a trip to both coasts in 2014.

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    The CONCERT thread

    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    did he play Rusty Cage?

    do you do, DSO?
    i'll be at the Calvin on Saturday.
    game day decision. cornell was at the calvin. i had a half a joint in my pocket in a baggie. they searched me, asked me to empty my pocket and took it. i could have had a gun in my back pocket but they didnt get that far. idiots. great security.

    we are going to txr next year too.

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    Caught Pearl Jam in Oakland this week. 15th PJ show, 37 songs deep and 3.5 hours long. Tribute to Lou Reed. Insanely fun.

    Jeff Ament rocking the Warriors Jersey (at Oracle Arena) that someone tossed on stage.
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    Mike being Mike.
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    Saw Pretty Lights with the live band in Reno last Wednesday and it was phenomenal. 2.5 hour set, great jams, super fun. They played a 15-20 minute jam on Bob Marley's Exodus that was just mindblowing, continued to build the whole time and just left me awestruck.

    Then I saw them on Saturday night in SF and everything they played was better than that. Easily the greatest live performance I have ever witnessed. It was a completely different band. The show was broadcast on Pay-Per-View and they took that shit seriously. They jammed harder and longer on everything than they did in Reno, and played a significantly different setlist. I was blown away from start to finish. They played for three hours and it was seemingly endless while flying by at the same time. Had to be one of the best sets they've played on tour and I would say it rivals the best nights any jam band has had, Phish, Dead, STS9, String Cheese, you name it. These guys were on fucking fire. I can't wait to get the PPV downloaded and watch it again. Absolutely astonishing.
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    Shpongle Live at Red Rocks on May 10 with pre-party in Boulder the night before with Simon, Raja, and guests. Those of you who know about Shpongle realize how big of a deal this is. Only the fourth ever US appearance of the full band. This happens to fall on my birthday weekend so I'm not sure I could be any more excited. Gonna be heading out there with a group of ~10 people. Very much excite.

    http://www.redrocksonline.com/Calend...aspx?id=255041
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    ^shpongle would be freaking awesome. So jealous.

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    Recently saw Lucero. Great show.

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    Trigger Hippy last night, great rock and roll show in Portland, ME

    Jackie Greene, Joan Osborne, drummer from Black Crowes etc.

    Smokin

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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    Trigger Hippy last night, great rock and roll show in Portland, ME

    Jackie Greene, Joan Osborne, drummer from Black Crowes etc.

    Smokin
    Would love to see them at Levon's place coming up.

    Just back from night two of Neil Young at Carnegie Hall. It was good.

    Need to get back to the Loaf once the snow starts falling!

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    ^^check in when you do, nothing flakey about the current forecast

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    Neil Young Carnegie Hall ....


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    Quote Originally Posted by TomCrac View Post
    Neil Young Carnegie Hall ....

    Which night were you there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bottleman View Post
    Just back from night two of Neil Young at Carnegie Hall. It was good.
    Ahhhh.... hence the fancy NYC hotel room?! Very jealous.


    Just saw Leon Russell and Hot Tuna the other night in Boston at the Wilbur. Jorma, Jack and Barry were awesome. Super sharp. Leon was a little fuzzy...

    Love the Wilbur and section B... Drink service all show and you're almost on stage.
    Screw the net, Surf the backcountry!

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    I went Monday and Friday and had to painfully sell my ticket for Thursday (4th row no less...grrrr.) I hope he resurrects the second set of Crazy Horse shows that got cancelled in the US.

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    Saw Clutch live for the 1st time last night... speechless.

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    Clutch is pretty awesome, they have been longtime locals in my area. Have not had the opportunity to see them. I have hard time justifying going to concerts anymore.

    But I still love to watch live music, been collecting live show DVDs of my favorite bands. Just watched a 1979 Supertramp in Paris and now watching YES with full orchestra backing from 2003. More on the way from Amazon.
    watch out for snakes

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    caught Troy Andrews aka "Trombone Shorty" and Louisiana Avenue at the Pickle Barrel in Killington Wednesday night. Great band, good times. Young players that absolutely tear it up. Shorty tears it up on the bone and trumpet.

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    Saw Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt last night, fantastic acoustic set - they played 2 hours straight, bantering the whole time with the audience, playing requests.. great show, highly recommend, even if you wouldn't typically listen to that type of music.

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