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Post Reply Bands/singers you've seen live in concert?
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Posted 2/9/16
Rush x 3
Dave Matthews x 2
And Black Sabbath this 19th
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I've seen a lot, my mom when I was younger took me to a ton of concerts.

Highlights:

Joe Strummer and the Mescalaros (2001)

David Bowie (2004)

Bruce Springsteen (2002)

Songs: Ohia/Jason Molina (2003)

No Age (2009)

LCD Soundsystem (2008)

Neutral Milk Hotel (2011)

Many more but I can't remember them all.


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Posted 2/9/16
Hatsune Miku and Metallica haha XD
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Posted 2/24/16
I just saw Knuckle Puck, State Champs, and Neck Deep in Seattle last week
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Posted 2/25/16
I've seen a fair few, mostly at festivals. I need to get to more concerts.

Florence and the machine (2010 +2015)-Fucking amazing.
Calvin harris-I was drunk so he was ok. Pretty much like listening to the CD in a field and he made no effort to speak to the crowd.
Example-Better than I thought he'd be

Rita Ora- Was alright. Not very memorable

The Killers- They played all the hits and were great fun. Despite all the hipsters who moaned when they were announced as headliners

Ed Sheeran-I don't like him but he was surprisingly good.

Dry the river-Meh

Kimbra-The sound was awful so she was probably let down by that

Kaiser chiefs- Did the hits, bog standard show but it was good

Bastille- Alright, a bit of a let down cos Flo had put on such a good show the night before. They played new material at a festival which is a TERRIBLE idea.

Franz Ferdinand and sparks- I'd not heard any of this collab but I enjoyed the show all the same, which is rare for me.

Clean bandit-Shitty, all they had was their hit and they didn't even have the girl who sang it

The cure-I got bored and wandered off to see Ed SHeeran

Glen hansard-AWFUL

BellX1-Ok, that's it really

Blur-really disappointing, was looking forward to them and ended falling asleep in the grass.

Noel Gallagher-Despite the NME being up his hole, he didn't put on the most exciting show

Labrinth-pretty good.
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Kool & The Gang - August 3rd 2015 songs they performed were Jungle Boogie, Hollywood Swinging, Ladies Night, Summer Madness, Celebration, and Get Down On It. I was ecstatic when I heard that they were coming to town.
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Posted 2/27/16

Markest1 wrote:

Kool & The Gang - August 3rd 2015 songs they performed were Jungle Boogie, Hollywood Swinging, Ladies Night, Summer Madness, Celebration, and Get Down On It. I was ecstatic when I heard that they were coming to town.


I'd love to see them
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Posted 2/27/16

miserykitsune wrote:


Markest1 wrote:

Kool & The Gang - August 3rd 2015 songs they performed were Jungle Boogie, Hollywood Swinging, Ladies Night, Summer Madness, Celebration, and Get Down On It. I was ecstatic when I heard that they were coming to town.


I'd love to see them


I really enjoyed it and my favorite song by them is Summer Madness.
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Posted 3/1/16
The Who, Pearl Jam, Bad Religion, Pantera, Linkin Park, Rancid, Sublime, Screeching Weasel, Green Day....and several more.
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Even though I'm of the generation that grew up on acts like Van Halen, U2 and Michael Jackson's solo career, I've always kind of been in tune with older and more eclectic acts. I only got to see two of those in concert:

Yes, when they were on tour during their Big Generator era, still performed a few of their progressive rock classics at concerts. I went to the old Philadelphia Spectrum with a childhood friend to watch one (from the nosebleed sections behind a dope-smoking duo), and was kind of "meh" about the change in their style from the days they performed long-playing symphonic opuses like "Roundabout" to the more techno-pop 80s sound they were playing by 1987. Still, it was good to at least catch them in concert once in my life.

The other artist I saw perform was in a more intimate setting with a folk club in a church basement closer to home. This was Iain Matthews, who had cut his teeth performing electric folk-rock in the UK back in the late 1960s, joining a group called Fairport Convention for a couple of years before embarking on a long and varied solo career. For a time, he had gone through a couple of different phases, striking Top 40 gold with a cover of Joni Mitchell's "Woodstock" in 1971 with his band Southern Comfort, then re-emerging with another pop hit in 1976 with "Shake It". By 1991, he was back to his folk roots and doing small venues for local clubs.
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Posted 3/14/16
Slayer, Testament, Carcass, Soilwork, In Flames, Soulfly, All That Remains, Machine Head, Devil You Know, Butcher Babies, Five Finger Death Punch, Volbeat, Hellyeah, Nothing More, 10 Years, Pop Evil, Trapt, Drowning Pool, and there are more but I can't think of the names right off the top of my head.
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Posted 6/5/16
I've seen:
Jack white
beck
modest mouse
cold war kids
and weezer

Beck was the best!
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