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    Live music post Covid

    Ok I am 1/2 vaxed and starting to see schedules come out.

    I am stoked for live music.

    Funny I dont have much interest in the big shows, Phish, Panic, even Black Keys tour doesnt have me stoked.

    I want to see the mid sized bands.

    i want to see Billy Strings. I want to see Hiss Golden Messenger again ( and again) I want to see Marcus King, Delvan Lamar Organ Trio, Low Cut Connie, Khruangbin, St Paul & the Broken Bones, Little Dragon, Jesse Daniel, Margo Price.....

    Man I just want to see live music.

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    Iíve seen/heard live music at the ski hill the past two weekends. I think the bands have been hill staff with some friends. Sunday was a band covering dead and allmanís made up mostly of patrollers. I was so happy to hear live music beyond local buskers, I almost cried.

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    Just had my second shot and it feels good to be putting music shows on my calendar. Mostly pod stuff, got a bubble for JRAD in CT end of May. Agreed on the mid tier acts, I think big shows have the potential for being super spreaders. Kinda surprised Phish is carrying on.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    Just had my second shot and it feels good to be putting music shows on my calendar. Mostly pod stuff, got a bubble for JRAD in CT end of May. Agreed on the mid tier acts, I think big shows have the potential for being super spreaders. Kinda surprised Phish is carrying on.


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    Has phish announced anything yet?

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    I just got a notification that my Roger Waters tickets for Sept. ‘20 will be good in September ‘22.
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    Live music post Covid

    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsy View Post
    i want to see Billy Strings.
    Yep. I would love seeing some of this at a nice small outdoor venue:

    https://youtu.be/DolObCbMUIE

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmedslc View Post
    Has phish announced anything yet?
    It's weird, they haven't announced but their summer schedule is on their site. Buttah just bought a ticket to one of the Atlantic City shows, of course Ticketfucker is such a whore they'll sell tickets to a show that isn't happening.

    https://phish.com/tours/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsy View Post
    Ok I am 1/2 vaxed and starting to see schedules come out.

    I am stoked for live music. I want to see Hiss Golden Messenger again ( and again) I want to see Marcus King, Delvan Lamar Organ Trio, Low Cut Connie, Khruangbin, St Paul & the Broken Bones, Little Dragon, Jesse Daniel, Margo Price.....

    Man I just want to see live music.
    Am not familiar with a single artist you just mentioned!


    But I hear ya.

    I had actually been off live shows for quite some time and had just started going to some smaller gigs again when Covid hit. I saw Shooter Jennings the Wed before everything started shutting down and he was fantastic.
    I was scheduled to see Seun Kuti, Sleaford Mods, Orville Peck, Tool, Primus, Vampire Weekend, Billy Bragg, Kraftwerk, DJ Shadow, Corb Lund, Thom Yorke, and David Bryne before everything got cancelled.

    I miss the cool non-profit spot in Reno (The Holland Project) which brought small indie bands to town and my infrequent trips to Ace of Spades and Harlow's in Sacramento.

    I have been fully vaxxed, but still not sure how comfortable I feel about going to a show, though.

    Addendum:
    Just checked both AOS and Harlow's websites and they have shows booked starting in August as well as a smattering of shows for 2022...
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    Rage Against the Machine just announced postponing their comeback tour till 2022......Fack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    It's weird, they haven't announced but their summer schedule is on their site. Buttah just bought a ticket to one of the Atlantic City shows, of course Ticketfucker is such a whore they'll sell tickets to a show that isn't happening.

    https://phish.com/tours/
    That's weird.

    I'd really like to have my own fenced in area at a Phish show.
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    I was hoping that this would have exterminated this horrid tribute band thing that has almost dominated mid size places around here, but, I get a notice that some Steppenwolf (fucking Steppenwolf!) tribute band was playing up here at Daryl's Place as one of the first shows. Ech.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    Just had my second shot and it feels good to be putting music shows on my calendar. Mostly pod stuff, got a bubble for JRAD in CT end of May. Agreed on the mid tier acts, I think big shows have the potential for being super spreaders. Kinda surprised Phish is carrying on.

    Lemme know how the venue is, the Bowl has a bunch of shows later this summer and fall that look appetizing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    I was hoping that this would have exterminated this horrid tribute band thing that has almost dominated mid size places around here, but, I get a notice that some Steppenwolf (fucking Steppenwolf!) tribute band was playing up here at Daryl's Place as one of the first shows. Ech.
    Better than College Music Hall has Jeremy fkn Piven as one of its first shows.

    WTF

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsy View Post
    Ok I am 1/2 vaxed and starting to see schedules come out.

    I am stoked for live music.

    Funny I dont have much interest in the big shows, Phish, Panic, even Black Keys tour doesnt have me stoked.

    I want to see the mid sized bands.

    i want to see Billy Strings. I want to see Hiss Golden Messenger again ( and again) I want to see Marcus King, Delvan Lamar Organ Trio, Low Cut Connie, Khruangbin, St Paul & the Broken Bones, Little Dragon, Jesse Daniel, Margo Price.....

    Man I just want to see live music.
    There is a two-day show in Lexington that Jason Isbell posted about that almost seems worth the trip. To Kentucky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiBall View Post
    There is a two-day show in Lexington that Jason Isbell posted about that almost seems worth the trip. To Kentucky.
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    Gah-dam, that's a lot of great acts all in one weekend ('cepting DMB, of course).

    My Tedeschi Trucks Band tix pushed off until 2022.

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    god i have been so excited for live music

    the ogden twilight concert series lineup just got announced - no major surprises, but some good bands. it's always a great time, too.

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    of particular interest to me - washed out, deathcab, kishi bashi, purity ring, portugal the man.

    here's hoping we get more great concerts this year

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgapp View Post
    god i have been so excited for live music

    the ogden twilight concert series lineup just got announced - no major surprises, but some good bands. it's always a great time, too.

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    of particular interest to me - washed out, deathcab, kishi bashi, purity ring, portugal the man.

    here's hoping we get more great concerts this year
    MD9 always puts out a good lineup.


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    been looking at that RailBird fest, amazing lineup & my hotel in Louisville is prime.

    its tempting

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    Billy Strings and Keller Williams
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    But...Keller Williams is auto tuned now. Therefore he should be taken out and beaten by some tweakers.
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    Wife and I were getting pizza and a beer at a local brewery a few days ago. People started pouring in and we realized a band was getting ready to play. By the time we left the place was packed and music was starting. I was happy to see it, but damn it felt weird. Going to take awhile to get used to indoor crowds again.

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    I have been waiting along time for this show. I hope it happens October 1st.

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