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Old 06-03-2014, 08:38 PM   #3341 (permalink)
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Has anyone here seen Sleep live? I"m considering going to one of their shows when they stop by, wondering if it'll be worth it.
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Old 06-04-2014, 07:44 AM   #3342 (permalink)
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Old 06-04-2014, 10:26 AM   #3343 (permalink)
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Paul McCartney on June 19 in New Orleans! Had to get tickets from a reseller since tickets were mostly sold out on TicketMaster.
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Old 06-09-2014, 09:09 AM   #3344 (permalink)
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It's gonna be a busy summer for me:

I'll be playing at this one... at Toyota Park! The same venue as the Crossroads Guitar Festival. I'll be kicking off the festivities with the Star Spangled Banner.
https://www.andrewfosterfoundation.o...fest-2014.html

When my ears start bleeding at this one, Ill head down the street to my friends house for a 'break'.
THE SUMMER SLAUGHTER TOUR 2014

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Hopstring Fest - A Celebration of Craft Beer and Roots Rock Music - Featuring Cracker! Sat. Aug. 23rd 2014 at Silver Cross Field, Joliet, IL

...almost forgot. I'm going to see Michael Angelo Batio w/Eric Mantel as the opening act at Mojoes on June 13th. I'm meeting Eric sometime this weekend to pick up some tickets he's got saved for me. I played alongside Eric a couple years ago, and we hit it off. Nice guy, outstanding musician.
Met up with Eric this weekend. He actually came to a friends house where I was at, doing some rehab work I do in my spare time after my 'paying' job. We talked a bit about retirement plans (imagine that), and how he has never put into SS because he's never needed a job that requires it since he's been a musician all his life. He's doing his best to keep his head above water these days, and I'm inclined to give him a hand any way I can. As he was leaving, he said "See ya there, and I'll buy you a beer!" to which I replied, "Nah dude, I'm buying YOU one!". Kinda made my day. Gonna be a good night this Friday.

Also, add another show to the list:

Yngwie Malmsteen, Uli Jon Roth, Gary Hoey and Bumblefoot Announce Guitar Gods Tour | Guitar World
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Old 06-16-2014, 09:06 AM   #3345 (permalink)
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Nick Cave tonight!
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Old 06-19-2014, 09:16 AM   #3346 (permalink)
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Went to my first black metal show last night woo. Pretty cool and i looked very out of place. 90% of people were wearing band ts which i have one of. Also saw a very cool "synth punk" band called Catholic Girls and now im quite interested in their stuff.

Could potentially see Oneohtrix Point Never and Killer Mike tonight. Neko Case tomorrow. saturday im hoping to see Julianna Barwick but my friends are bigger fans of St. Vincent, who plays at the same time so i may have to suck it up and go alone. Spiritualized, Touche Amore, White Lung are also all possibilities for earlier Sat. and all this while seeing other lesser known bands. Sled Island be damned this is very fun.
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Old 06-19-2014, 04:18 PM   #3348 (permalink)
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pls - your feedback on King Crimson and Nick Cave
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Old 06-19-2014, 06:19 PM   #3349 (permalink)
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Went to my first black metal show last night woo. Pretty cool and i looked very out of place. 90% of people were wearing band ts which i have one of. Also saw a very cool "synth punk" band called Catholic Girls and now im quite interested in their stuff.

Could potentially see Oneohtrix Point Never and Killer Mike tonight. Neko Case tomorrow. saturday im hoping to see Julianna Barwick but my friends are bigger fans of St. Vincent, who plays at the same time so i may have to suck it up and go alone. Spiritualized, Touche Amore, White Lung are also all possibilities for earlier Sat. and all this while seeing other lesser known bands. Sled Island be damned this is very fun.
Oh, Spiritualized are (is?) even close to me, and are (is?) one of my current favorite artists. Too bad I missed that this is happening.
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It was kind of incredible. He opened with "We No Who U R", which was good, but "Jubilee Street" really killed. I'm not a huge fan of the song (I like the latest album but I don't love it), but it might have been the best he did the whole show. "Tupelo" and "Red Right Hand" were great, as you'd imagine. "Mermaids" was comparatively low-key but went really well. He did a couple songs each from The Good Son and The Boatman's Call, which aren't albums I like, but the performances were way better than the studio versions (especially in the case of the two from The Good Son, which were "The Weeping Song" and "The Ship Song", the latter of which was part of the encore). The encore was three songs, and excellent. Honestly, most of the songs were those that he almost had to play, but he really owned that. And most of it was crushingly loud in the best way possible - but the quieter stuff was pretty fantastic as well (especially "God is in the House"). Full setlist.

In short, if you can see a show on this tour, do, especially if this is your first concert of his (like me).
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