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deadman2k666  
31 Jan 2010 20:53 | Quote
Joined: 21 Sep 2009
Canada
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so im just curious on who all everyone has seen live. Ill start
deadman2k666  
31 Jan 2010 20:54 | Quote
Joined: 21 Sep 2009
Canada
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Two Hours Traffic (Most of these bands are canadian indie)
Matthew Good
Mother Mother
Billy Bragg
Japandroids
You Say Party! We Say Die!
Zeus!
Little Girls
Dan Mangan
Eddie Orso
Caledonia
Dinosaur Jr.
The Arkells
Hey Rosetta! x3
In-flight Safety x3
Metric
Plants and Animals
Joel Plaskett
Neil Young x2
Everest x 2
Wilco
Misery Signals
Shai Hulud
Stars x2
Sam Roberts
John Fogerty
KT Tunsell
The Eagles
Maroon 5
Michale Graves
The Tragically Hip
Our Lady Peace
I See Rowboats
City and Colour x2
The Black Keys
Wintersleep
The Weakerthans
The Rolling Stones
Rebeka Higgs
Tokyo Police Club
Dog Days
Handsome Furs
Empirism  
1 Feb 2010 06:55 | Quote
Joined: 23 Jun 2008
Finland
Lessons: 4
Karma: 35
Quite an list there m8 :D... I have so so many that I cant remember them all or even write... but I throw some of em which shaked me...

Hanoi Rocks x1000 or some xD
Metallica
Buddy Guy
Carlos Santana
B.B. King
Bo Diddley
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Amorphis
W.A.S.P
Iron Maiden
Volbeat
Scorpions
Alice
Chick Corea
Deodato (Oh goddamit...still remember them)
Herbie Hancock
John Mayall
James taylor quartet

aww man... and many others...

Cheers!
Ozzfan486  
1 Feb 2010 07:01 | Quote
Joined: 01 Oct 2008
United States
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Karma: 18
Alan Jackson lol.
ALTHOUGH, I might get to see AiC March 3rd at the DAR Constitution Hall w00t!

Ozz
EMB5490  
1 Feb 2010 07:17 | Quote
Joined: 10 Feb 2008
United States
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lets see...

skynyrd x3
fleetwood mac
billy joel
elton john
phish
billy squier x2
judas priest
styx
reo speedwagon x2
boston
crosby stills and nash
the dead
ac/dc
whitesnake
.38 special

(so many more that i cant remember or dont have stapled to my wall)

about to see

jeff beck/clapton
muse
further (the dead basicly)
yes
fleetwood mac (if they tour)
vincejonesiii  
1 Feb 2010 07:43 | Quote
Joined: 16 Sep 2008
United States
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Karma: 13
... my heart to fear..X5
ima punch you in the face...
jeez leave me alone...
for the fallen dreams
norma jean
accalasia
that annoying chick next door
august burns red
Ozzfan486  
1 Feb 2010 08:37 | Quote
Joined: 01 Oct 2008
United States
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Elliott, if a large man in a black outfit and ski mask comes to your door, just give him those Beck/Clapton tix and all will go very smoothly. lmao. But really, LUCKY. I wish I could see Jeff Beck. He's probably one of my favorite players.
JustJeff  
1 Feb 2010 11:27 | Quote
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United States
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my list is bad :(


Green Day
Jimmy Eat World
Against Me!
Rise Against
Thursday
Billy Talent
Circa Survive
Justin King
Hit the Lights
Cartel
Amber Pacific
Coheed and Cambria
Dave Matthews Band
John Mayer

And a bunch of local no-namers at Local gigs and ** :)
gx1327  
1 Feb 2010 11:28 | Quote
Joined: 20 Sep 2009
United States
Karma: 9
who i've seen recently (since graduating college, last 4-5 years):

MUSE at the pageant --- awesome show

radiohead at riverport --- awesome, despite being at riverport (aka umb bank pavilion)

the ting tings at the pageant --- that was a good one

matt & kim at off broadway --- KICK ASS show

ska is dead 4 (deals gone bad, voodoo glow skulls, mustard plug, and the toasters) at off broadway

electric 6 at the firebird --- terrible venue in st louis, but one of the most fun shows i've been to

going to see:
jemina pearl at the firebird (2/20)
tegan and sara at the pageant (4/24)


EMB you should have seen muse back when they weren't as big. they played at the pageant in st louis which holds maybe 10,000 people, and it ROCKED. but they are going for this whole super-popular arena rock thing now, the next time they play they will probably be in the dome or a sports stadium that holds 50,000. not my kind of concert. the smaller the venue, the better the show in my opinion. i don't want to sit in 2 hours of traffic trying to leave a concert where i could barely see the performers...
gx1327  
1 Feb 2010 11:32 | Quote
Joined: 20 Sep 2009
United States
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OH, and i saw the yeah yeah yeahs at the pagent as part of their It's Blitz! tour. holy effing amazing. it was the kind of concert that made me wish i was on drugs when i saw it. even so, i got super drunk and danced around like an idiot --- it was AWESOME!!!!
Gill555  
1 Feb 2010 12:43 | Quote
Joined: 15 Apr 2009
United States
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Zappa on Zappa
ACDC
Yngwie Malmsteen
The Cult
Lamb of God
Metallica
Gojira

My list Suks
AlexB  
1 Feb 2010 13:13 | Quote
Joined: 13 Jul 2009
Mexico
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Karma: 23
The Eagles
Roger Waters (KILLER SHOW,Prob the best ive been)
Yngwie
Satriani
Eric Johnson
G3 (Satriani,Petrucci,Johnson)
INFECTED MUSHROOM!!
Dream Theater
Santana
Maddona
Diego Torres

Those are the ones i can remember now
Domigan_Lefty  
1 Feb 2010 14:19 | Quote
Joined: 20 Sep 2009
United States
Karma: 8
New Found Glory. Yea... punk fags, so what... i still have ticket stub (4/11/09-Jannus landing)

My sad little list. I Want to see Rammstein and Green Day. Someone tell me if they come to florida...
BodomBeachTerror  
1 Feb 2010 14:28 | Quote
Joined: 27 May 2008
Canada
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i like Emps list, its epic

lets see..

Dragonforce (i know i know, shame on me)
Alice Cooper
Phil Keaggy and Randy Stonehill

uh thats all i think... oh yea and i went to a festival where i saw a bunch of crappy christian rock bands, but im not even gonna count those haha. but yea i dont go to many concerts
deadman2k666  
1 Feb 2010 15:07 | Quote
Joined: 21 Sep 2009
Canada
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those are nice artists ppl. but my list is mainly from the past two years, i use last.fm to keep track of my concerts
Guitarslinger124  
1 Feb 2010 15:41 | Quote
Joined: 25 Jul 2007
United States
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Moderator
Ozzy Osbourne
Lamb of God
Killswitch Engage
Trivium
Devil Driver
Soil Work
Korn
Evan Essence
Night Wish
Behemoth
Black Stone Cherry
DIVE
Automatic Fire
Theory of a Deadman
Candle Box
Godsmack
Steve Vai
Trans Siberian Orchestra
Divine Heresy
Shadows Fall
Fly Leaf
Hellyea
Shine Down
Static X
Gojira


I'm sure that I am forgetting some...
EMB5490  
1 Feb 2010 16:22 | Quote
Joined: 10 Feb 2008
United States
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i really wana see black stone cherry
AlexB  
1 Feb 2010 17:07 | Quote
Joined: 13 Jul 2009
Mexico
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Karma: 23
How could i forget Ozze,Black Label Society And Korn!
EMB5490  
1 Feb 2010 17:57 | Quote
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Ozzfan486 says:
Elliott, if a large man in a black outfit and ski mask comes to your door, just give him those Beck/Clapton tix and all will go very smoothly. lmao. But really, LUCKY. I wish I could see Jeff Beck. He's probably one of my favorite players.


haha u shuld go man its at msg
DarkRiff  
1 Feb 2010 18:09 | Quote
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United States
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B.B. King

that's it, but there will be a hell of a lot more...one day.
deadman2k666  
1 Feb 2010 22:06 | Quote
Joined: 21 Sep 2009
Canada
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allow me to revise as of minutes ago

city and colour x 2
two hours traffic
gx1327  
2 Feb 2010 07:34 | Quote
Joined: 20 Sep 2009
United States
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Domigan_Lefty says:
New Found Glory. Yea... punk fags, so what...


half of that might be true but don't you dare refer to new found glory as a "punk" band. it spits in the face of all of the actual punk bands and pretty much everything that punk music stood/stands for (because it is still in existince, you just have to look for it).

there's a reason i loathe green day. green day used to be an actual punk band with one of the best "punk/rock" albums of all time (dookie) and then they turned all wussy and pop and political, and people call them punk music because billy joel armstrong has black hair and eyeliner and then whines about republicans. here's a hint: IF YOUR ALBUM IS TURNED INTO A BROADWAY PLAY, YOU ARE NO LONGER A PUNK BAND.

this is a touchy subject for me. bianca butthole is spinning in her grave.
deefa  
2 Feb 2010 08:52 | Quote
Joined: 22 Dec 2007
United Kingdom
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Almost all of the early/mid sixties Mersey beat bands (except the Beatles). That's 'cause I was lucky enough to have a mam working in catering at the Leicester University. I also saw what was then an up and coming young band called 'The rolling stones.' I wasn't too impressed with them 'cause Jagger thought it was great fun to stamp on anyone's hands if they rested them on the stage.
I just missed seeing Deep Purple Mk 2 at the Hull University in 1970. They had to cry off 'cause Gillan had laryngitis.
Around the same time (1970'ish) I saw The Who perform the concert that formed the bulk of their material for the album that became 'The Who - Live at Leeds'.
Next I saw Free at an 'all night rave in'(early predecessor to a rave)at the Burton Constable Hall near Hull where I live. Paul Kossoff was amazing on guitar. I use his image as my avatar with pride!
Whilst in the RAF (1971 - 1975) I saw The Hollies,The Blue Jays (Moody Blues offshoot band) and Slade. Best of all I saw 'Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars at Manchester. It was the original Lin up with Mick Ronson on Guitar. My God could he play! RIP Mick!
Oh, I forgot to mention, David Bowie was the singer (No where near as impressive as Mick Ronson!).
Phip  
2 Feb 2010 09:03 | Quote
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United States
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Ozzfan486 says:
Elliott, if a large man in a black outfit and ski mask comes to your door, just give him those Beck/Clapton tix and all will go very smoothly. lmao. But really, LUCKY. I wish I could see Jeff Beck. He's probably one of my favorite players.


Yeah, Geesh Elliott! Didn't you buy enough tickets to take us all? I would LOVE to see Beck/Clapton and if you're paying; well, that's all the better! C'mon, take your big buddy to see Beck.......(Ozzy too).
Phip
EMB5490  
2 Feb 2010 14:42 | Quote
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haha yh i wish. i may be goin with some friends but i only have nosebleed seats. i only get good seats when i still have my job/am not busy being fired, or i find a concert that me nd my mom really wana see then we spend it.

@deefa: you have no idea how much id like to be as old as you :) just so i could be as young as i am now in the 70s.
carlsnow  
2 Feb 2010 15:56 | Quote
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United States
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David Bowie x 4
Lou Reed x 2
Iggy Pop x 2
Rolling Stones x 3
Adrian Belew x 4
Ramones x 5 (we opened fer um)
Fugazi x ? *same as ^^
Black Flag
Circle Jerks (opened)
The Minutemen
SVR x 8 or so
FRab T-Birds
John Cale
(i'm ditching the X # part now to save some of this time i'm wasting inna fun way pr-practice)
Boston
Rush
Ac/Dc (the REAL AC/DC with Bon!)
Led Zep
Sex Pistols
Nirvana
RHCP
Chanel 3
FEAR
Social Distortion
John Lee Hooker
James "Blood" Ulmer
Muddy Waters
Hound Dog Taylor
Preservation Hall Jazz Band (when Billy and Dee Dee were alive)
The Residents
The Replacements
Talking Heads
David Byrne
Bodeans (opened)
U2 (pre-suck)
Devo
REM (Pre-Suck)
Lets Active
Mission Of Burma (loudest show EVER)
Sonny Rollins
Sun Ra
N.R.B.Q.
Zappa
Vai
Genesis (with P Gabriel)
King Crimson
Robert Fripp
Steve Earle
Steve Forbert
Dinosaur Jr'
Husker Du
MDC
Offenders
Big Black
Ministry
Elliot Sharp
Bill Frissel
Nash The Slash
The Stranglers
Johnny Winter
Edger Winter
George Thorogood
Bernie Worell
Bootsy Collins
Parliment Funkadelic (Mothership Tour)
Pat Travers
Sammy Hagar
Van Halen (not VanHagar)
ZZ Top
Jason and the Scortchers
Minor Threat
Scream
Descendants
ALL
Robin Trower
Jeff Beck
Village People
NWA
Stray Cats
Dave Edmunds
Nick Lowe
Elvis Costello
Yo Yo Ma
Kronos Quartet
Phillip Glass (ens)
Green On Red
Yes
Janes addiction
Doc & Merle Watson
Doc Watson
Johnny Cash'
The Carter Family
Ricky Skaggs
Chet Atkins
Carlos Montoya
Andreas Segovia
Hose Feliciano
Aerosmith
John Hiatt


theres more ...
this is fun , i'll try to recall more AFTER practice..
gotta run

RAWK!
Cs





deefa  
2 Feb 2010 16:00 | Quote
Joined: 22 Dec 2007
United Kingdom
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@EMB
Don't go wishing your life away! Just think, what goes around comes around. One day people are going to be sick up to the eyeballs with boy bands, girl bands and rap crap. They're going to be looking for something a little more fulfilling and you'll be there waiting, axe in hand!
Just think of the frustration people of my age feel. We saw all the great bands but were just to young to join them. By the time we were old enough and good enough, things had moved on and a new generation of guitarists were playing at about 200mph. We were always just missing the boat! You really needed to be born in the mid 1940's to be part of the '60's rather than just an observer.
EMB5490  
2 Feb 2010 16:03 | Quote
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i mean like your time zone. like idk your exact age. but id really like to be born around when dio was or ozzy. be there for the 60s. and be apart of the 70s and 80s. i honestly wouldntmind just watching and having a job in the 70s. ust to live then.
EMB5490  
2 Feb 2010 16:03 | Quote
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how bout this. best concert youve seen?
case211  
2 Feb 2010 16:26 | Quote
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@cs

I am so extremely jealous that you got see all those amazing bands over the years! seriously amazing!

Phip  
2 Feb 2010 19:25 | Quote
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EMB5490 says:
@deefa: you have no idea how much id like to be as old as you :) just so i could be as young as i am now in the 70s.


SHAZAM!

just close your eyes and imagine....................

Elliott and Deefa's Excellent Adventure!!!!!!!!!!!




Two hip dudes from the twenty first century travel back in time and kidnap famous rock stars from the 60's and 70's and bring them back to Elliott's spacial, yet not overly ostentatious, den for one big MOTHER Jam session! What a movie!

I've phipped Elliott many times, but this is a first for Deefa. LOL
enjoy
Phipster
DarkRiff  
2 Feb 2010 19:45 | Quote
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@Phip

That's great, Elliot's head almost fits perfectly

lqtm (Laugh Quietly to Myself) - (It's more realistic that lol)
case211  
2 Feb 2010 20:34 | Quote
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hahahhahahaha good one phip that would make a great for a great session! lol
AlexB  
2 Feb 2010 21:29 | Quote
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Mexico
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HAHAHAHAHA,i loved that movie
case211  
2 Feb 2010 21:53 | Quote
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yeah, So-crates lols
DSC  
3 Feb 2010 06:14 | Quote
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United Kingdom
Karma
Great topic, its really hard trying to remember all the gigs Ive been to

ALANIS MORRISETTE
AMY WINEHOUSE
ASIAN DUB FOUNDATION
BAD BRAINS
BATTLES
BECK
BILL BRUFORD
BILLY BRAGG
BJORK
BLACK CROWES
BLACK GRAPE
BLUR
BON JOVI
BONOBO
BUTTHOLE SURFERS
CARCASS
CINEMATIC ORCHESTRA
CORDUROY
COURTNEY PINE
CYPRUS HILL
DAMO SUZUKI
DIDIER MALHERBE
DR DIG
DREADZONE
ERIC CLAPTON
EXTREME NOISE TERROR
FAITH NO MORE
FISHBONE
FLAMING LIPS
FUN LOVING CRIMINALS
GALLIANO
GOMEZ
GONG
GUILLEMOTTS
HELMET
HERBIE HANCOCK & HEADHUNTERS
HOLE
HOUSE OF PAIN
IAN BROWN
ISAAC HAYES
JAGA JAZZIST
JAH WOBBLE (SOLARIS)
JAMARAQUI
JOHN SCOFILED
KONONO NO1
KYLIE MINOGUE W NICK CAVE
LEMONHEADS
LENNY KRAVITZ
LEVELLERS
MAD PROFFESSOR
MANIC STREET PREACHERS
MASSACRE
MASSIVE ATTACK
MEDESKI MARTIN & WOOD
MEGADETH
METALLICA
MOTHER EARTH
NAPALM DEATH
OASIS
OBITUARY
ORBITAL
OZRIC TENTICLES
PANTERA
PAUL WELLER
POP WILL EAT ITSELF
PORNO FOR PYROS
PRIMUS
PRODIGY
RADIOHEAD
RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE
RAVI SHANKAR
RED HOT CHILLI PEPPERS
RED SNAPPER
RICHIE HAVENS
ROBBEN FORD
SEASICK STEVE
SENSER
SEPULTURA
SEX PISTOLS
SHERYL CROW
SKUNK ANANASIE
SLAYER
SLY & THE FAMILY STONE
SOFT MACHINE
SPIN DOCTORS
SPIRITUALIZED
STEVE HILLAGE
STONE ROSES
SUPERGRASS
TAJ MAHAL
TERRORVISION
THE BAYS
THE NECKS
THE ORB
THE SKATALITES
THE WONDER STUFF
TY
U2
URI CAINE
UTAH SAINTS
WAYNE KRANTZ
deefa  
3 Feb 2010 06:31 | Quote
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United Kingdom
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HaHa! I guess I've arrived. I've finally been 'Phipped'!
Thanks a bunch Steve and don't take so long next time!
EMB5490  
3 Feb 2010 06:44 | Quote
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haha tis been a whiole since ive been phipped...i need to post new pics of me...my hair is so long now!
Mici  
3 Feb 2010 08:54 | Quote
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Kosovo
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Stop whining around about how awful your list is. Except for local (good and awesome) bands, here's my list:

50 Cent

Hahahahahahah! I wonder what you have to say about that. LOL!
I'm so glad I haven't posted my address anywhere in the forum. I'd probably get a letter bomb after another.
gx1327  
3 Feb 2010 09:26 | Quote
Joined: 20 Sep 2009
United States
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carlsnow, you opened for FUGAZI?!?!?!?!? no effing way, ian mackaye is one of my idols. there are two bands that i regret having never seen live before dismantling, they are fugazi and the distillers.

i didn't see as many shows when i was in high school, so i didn't get to see a lot of my old favorites in concert before they broke up/stopped touring. all that punk rock that i grew up with (new found glory = wusspoprock. FUGAZI = punk) sort of faded away before i hit an age where i could start going to concerts.

but now it's nice to see them whenever i can, or check out youtube clips of past concerts that happened when i was 15.


---

st louis kind of sucks because it's a big city, but it's too close to chicago which is a bigger city (and has a richer indie music scene). so all of the cool concerts, if they even bother to hit the midwest, stop at chicago but not STL. i'm looking at you, LCD soundsystem...

---

"best" concert, i think my top 3 are:

MUSE "black holes and revelations" tour (2006) --- me and 3 friends got black out drunk and jumped and screamed for 2 hours at the pageant, an awesome small-capacity venue in the loop in st louis.

MATT & KIM (2009) --- lots of jumping and clapping at off broadway a very small venue in st louis with excellent sound engineering. kim crowd surfed
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