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  1. #76
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    Quote Originally Posted by dumpy View Post
    Going to see Bright Eyes and The Mountain Goats on Sunday.

    Outdoor show, in the hot July sun is not how I pictured myself seeing Bright Eyes for the first (and probably last) time. Hopefully Conner is sober enough to play.
    He was very sober and put on a great show in Pittsburgh last month. Hopefully he stays that way.
    Montani Semper Liberi

  2. #77
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    Edgar Meyer and Chris Thile last night in an intimate acoustic venue was amazing. They really found some new depths to their standards such as Edgar's green slime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddy View Post
    Wait... What??! Need to hear more.

    Going to hear Jeff Pitchell tomorrow night at Rowes Wharf: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z35rfUQSmPE
    hmu for details

    you should have come down, fun times

  4. #79
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    Saw fleet foxes about a week ago, coulda skipped it in hindsight.
    Underground Music Showcase in Denver was pretty damn good.
    Going to try to see Primus/Flaming Lips next week at Red Rocks.
    My Company: Made in Colorado SKi Clothing- check it out

    Last year for 'Threads for Shreds' jacket trade in program!
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  5. #80
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    saw Karma to Burn and Neurosis last week in Bern CH....super awesome! if you are a metalhead and haven't seen (or heard) Neurosis, check them out. i can't believe i haven't heard them until just recently.

    Karma to Burn:



    Neurosis:

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  6. #81
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    The B52s still have tremendous energy to burn.

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    Planning to see Dylan and Leon Russell on the 17th. First time live for me for both.
    Silent....but shredly.

  8. #83
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    Fun past weekend in yinzerland- caught JJ Grey and Mofro, Greg Allman, Brother's Past in Johnstown Saturday (Flood City Music Fest), then Grace Potter & the Nocturnals free show in the 'bugh Sunday.
    Montani Semper Liberi

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    The Dillinger Escape Plan at Bad Bonn (tiny farmhouse converted to club in the middle of nowhere, Switzerland). My first hardcore show. Superfun!

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    Saw The Ocean + Meshuggah last weekend...

    Note to The Ocean: buy a license key for your computer effects backdrop



    Meshuggah...\m/\m/!!!

    Last edited by Ripzalot; 10-08-2011 at 09:58 AM.

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    Thumbs up Steel Pulse and The Wailers/B.B. King and Walter Trout

    Steel Pulse and The Wailers on Saturday 8/13 - short and sweet. Reggae masters. Pulse was on fire 40 years of skanking and not a beat or a note missed. Turn on dime with the illest baselines - Epic. See Steel Pulse whenever they are in town!

    B.B. King on Sunday 8/14. Old but good. Still belting them out and he'll be 86 next month. His band was tight. Super funny and warm - B.B. King. Walter Trout was the opener -Texas/Chicago/SoCal Surf Supercharged Strat Stevie style blistering rock blues. Real good show - maybe one of B.B.'s last .
    Set waves, powder days

  12. #87
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    caught Levon Helm at Suicide Six Ski Area in Woodstock VT Friday night. He was very frail, leaving the stage on a few occasions and then returning. There were some highlights, Theresa Williams was in fine voice and Larry Campbell was great as always. We missed Bow Thayers set, which was a bummer as we all were looking forward to it, but the lineup changed and he opened rather than play the middle set.

    We rented a short bus from a limo company (like an airport shuttle) that a friend recently opened to shuttle parties safely to and from. Cool lights, and a killer sound system. the ride home was one of the stranger experiences I've had in a while.

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    I saw My Morning Jacket at verizon wireless in Alpharetta about a week ago. They are SICK live. The setlist was great and they played several songs I really wanted to hear, mainly from the album Z.

    1. Victory Dance
    2. Circuital
    3. You Wanna Freak Out
    4. Off The Record
    5. Iím Amazed
    6. Gideon
    7. Golden
    8. Outta My System
    9. Smokin From Shootin
    10. (end of) Run Thru
    11. Touch Me Iím Going To Scream Pt.2
    12. Dondante
    13. Slow Slow Tune
    14. Holdin On To Black Metal
    15. Mahgeetah
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    16. Wordless Chorus
    17. The Day Is Coming
    18. Cobra
    19. Stop Draggin My Heart Around (Tom Petty & Stevie Nicks) *
    20. Dancefloors
    21. One Big Holiday







    That is all
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    best casino marquee sign ever

    400 Blows opened, they kicked ass with a heavy AmRep style


    then the Surfers came out and melted some minds






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    I don't do a bunch of concerts, but I will say that if you ever have the chance you will enjoy going to a Possessed by Paul James concert. He puts on an amazing one man band show that will blow any other lone performer out of the water.


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    Quote Originally Posted by brice618 View Post
    He puts on an amazing one man band show that will blow any other lone performer out of the water.
    You have obviously never seen Xavier Rudd solo...


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    This summer:
    Dave Mason at the Egyptian Theatre....wunderbar.
    Goo Goo Dolls in Vegas...meh
    Melissa Ehteridge in Deer Valley...meh
    Leo Kottke at the Egyption Theatre...fanfuckingtastic

    Going to see Further in SLC
    Rod Stewart in Vegas.

    A bunch of free concerts at the Can. ....always fun.
    "My policies are based not on some economics theory, but on things I and millions like me were brought up with: an honest day's work for an honest day's pay; live within your means; put by a nest egg for a rainy day; pay your bills on time; support the police." M. Thatcher (RIP)
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    Judges smoke it, even the lawyer too...So you've got to legalize it..." Peter Tosh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paj View Post
    I saw My Morning Jacket at verizon wireless in Alpharetta about a week ago. They are SICK live. The setlist was great and they played several songs I really wanted to hear, mainly from the album Z.
    One of the best live bands out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tippster View Post
    You have obviously never seen Xavier Rudd solo...
    I haven't.

    That's cool, and I'm sure he's incredibly talented.

    I still think Possessed is amazing because he actually considers himself possessed, and is consumed by that character. The performances are borderline performance art, having battles with his demons, or conversations on stage with his other band members, that aren't there. Its more than just talent with instruments, it's character development. In some way he uses his music to become more than just a one man band, and that narrative is way more interesting than any rad fiddle solo, banjo thrashing, or foot stomping can develop on its own. On top of all that he puts incredibly poignant lyrics (and interludes), with rowdy music, and showmanship that could fit in with any good vaudeville. Finish that off with a down to earth dude who will shoot the shit with you after the show and you've got something more than the sum of its parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schindlerpiste View Post
    Melissa Ehteridge in Deer Valley...meh

    Leo Kottke at the Egyption Theatre...fanfuckingtastic

    Going to see Further in SLC
    a friend tells a story of an Etheridge show in Amherst where a woman in the mens bathroom line got bent out of shape because guys were telling her to use the womens room. She pushed her way out of line, walked up to urinal, dropped trow, turned around and pissed while flipping them all off.

    Kottke , I must see. Furthur keeps getting better, though which Jerry songs Bobby sings is an issue.

    Warren Haynes Band in Northampton next week Thursday 9/8. Have 2 extras, face plus I buy the first round (or 2). Calvin Theater

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    this dude is the best one man show you will ever see.
    loop jams rule!
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    ^ walked out of the last Keller show we attended. We went to watch Reid open. Keller has so much cool stuff but this show was dull, slow to develop and seemed self indulgent. Still, Kidney in a Cooler is a fun tune, love skiing to it. ahhhhh. skiing.

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    Free Blue Oyster Cult show this Sunday night at the Rib Cook Off in Reno! [/GeezerRockStoke]

    "The mind, once expanded to the dimensions of larger ideas, never returns to its original size."

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    I've seen Keller solo more than a few times over the years, the loop gimmick gets old quick. He is super talented, no doubt- I still like seeing him play bluegrass w/ Larry and Jenny Keel.
    Montani Semper Liberi

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    i am taking my daughter to see the australian pink floyd show for her 16th birthday.. her choice, but i know i will enjoy it as much as she will.....http://www.aussiefloyd.com/tour......
    what's so funny about peace, love, and understanding?

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