What Was The Last Live Band You Saw


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    Snedd Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    For me it was Heaven 17, Penthouse and Pavement tour in November.
    It only took them 30 years to get around to touring the album!
     

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    Adolescents last week, Sick of it All on January 27.

    Middle age men tearing the place up!
     
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    65dayofstatic on November 25th.
     
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    Roger Waters "The Wall" in October. Also saw The Trans-Siberian Orchestra again in November.
     
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    Kasabian headlining at V festival in August last year. My other faves from the weekend included White Lies, Editors, Florence and the Machine, Madness and Faithless. Roll on V 2011! :D
     
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    Gary Numan. Went to DC in October, after waiting about 27 years I finally got to see him.
     
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    I envy you, on both of them! :):)
     
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    Snedd Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    My most memorable V moment is Queens of the Stone Age (V 2003?). Mark Lanagan on vocals for Hangin Tree.

    Haven't done Leeds or V for a couple of years now, makes my back hurt :(
     
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    Blind Guardian at the Palladium in Boston. best show ever, before that was primus
     
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    Metallica in May(haven't been to any in ages :().

    Waited over 3 hours, stood in the front row, caught two picks and a massive beach ball :D


    EDIT: Come to think of it, that isn't the last one, I've seen a bunch of small local bands since. Can't remember the names, etc though...
     
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    Oh geez.... umm.... :confused:


    My next is Escape the Fate and Get Scared though at the end of the month.
     
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    AC/DC, although that was more than a year ago.

    What's the biggest amount you guys have paid for a live show?
     
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    Last one I want to forget. My wife drug me to a hinder concert. enough said on that.
     
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    "The Wall" was by far the best show I have ever seen! I hope it comes out on DVD after the Berlin show. I have seen The Trans-Siberian Orchestra three times so far. The really cool thing is I live on the west side of Ohio, the west coast tour comes as far east as Fort Wayne so I have gotten to see both of the different bands that perform the shows. They played some songs from their upcoming album "Gutter Ballet", should be a great show also!
     
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    Roger Water "The Wall" tickets were $150 a piece. If any show was worth it, that one was. AC/DC is the band I have seen the most often, I went to "Powerage" in '78, "For Those About to Rock" in '81 and "Who Made Who" in '86.
     
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    Mushroomhead. Seeing them again on the 21st.
     
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    Makes my back hurt too! Both the lugging gear from the car and the standing for hours on end. I'm far too old for it really, but I minimise the weight what I take as much as possible and wear the best shoes I can for comfort, and if it's a few band I'm not worried about being up front for, I sit down on the grass at the back. I'll keep going until the pain becomes absolutely unbearable! Lol.
     
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    Zappa plays Zappa @ Keswick Theater on the 18th of december.

    Before that, it was Ween in Central Park in september
     
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    $90 for Nightwish but that included a Meet and Greet, signing, and Photo op as well as the concert.
     
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    i am extremely envious, was this when tarja was the singer or that new one? I wish I had gotten around to seeing them back then :(


    most I ever paid for a ticket was i think like 150/ticket (bought 5 total for friends and gf going still havent been payed back GRRR) or something like that, I preordered VIP Pit tickets for last years mayhem so I could do the whole meet and greet deal with rob zombie. was pleasantly surprised that I got to see avenged sevenfold too.
     
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    this was with Anette, however, i saw them live in brooklyn in 2002 ang got to meet her (Tarja) and got her sig then.
     
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    Halestorm, Stone Sour, Disturbed and Avenged Sevenfold (Rockstar Energy Uproar Tour)
     
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    The Black Keys at Stubbs in Austin a few months ago. That ended about a 15 year drought from the last concert I saw, Soundgarden in the mid '90's.
     
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    I saw Downhere, a Christian rock band from Canada, last November in San Antonio.
     

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