Discussion in 'Music' started by Snedd, Jan 7, 2011.
Nickelback last January!!!
Dave Matthews at MSG November 13, 2010 (5th dave show that year) I think I paid about $175 one time to see them at SPAC one year.
TOOL at the Times Union Center (Pepsi Arena at the time) in Albany 2007 was by far the best concert experience I have ever had.
Yea for Zappa... Booo for Ween.
BOO YOU!!! lol i loooooooooooooove ween
Pendulum at Manchester Central back in november
before that is was Goo Goo Dolls at Manchester Academy and before that Rammstein (9th time) at Manchester Evening News Arena
I saw Enslaved and Dimmu Borgir a few months ago. Was br00t.
I saw Dommin in May, and before that I saw Cannibal Corpse with Unearth and Born of Osiris. I really want to see another concert soon, but no one I'm willing to shell out huge money for is touring
Edit: Scratch that! Cradle of Filth and Daniel Lioneye are gonna be here in March!
Tool at Red Rocks...Show I've been wanting to see for a long time. It didn't disappoint.
Bon Jovi at Hyde Park London a couple of years ago and also Journey about a couple of years ago.
Classic Rock duuuuuudes
i went to the show in Manchester on that tour
they were excellent - neil schon is a brilliant guitarist
got tickets for June at MEN
Yeah, Neal sure is one of the best. Like all the best guitarists he just makes it look so darn easy...
About 15 years ago, my girlfriend was dying to see Bob Seger in concert, so I ended up paying a ticket agent like $250.00 for two excellent seats to the concert. I love Seger myself, and it really WAS a super concert, and my girlfriend was in Heaven - so it was money well spent.
THe last concert I went to was 311 and Offspring...10th row center, for only $30...unreal price for a fantastic show.
Before that it was Metallica in Nov. 2008, Death Magnetic Tour. I've seen them about 7 times and they never fail to impress me.
I also remember seeing Bob Seager, Montrose and Foghat, one show! $6.50 for that ticket, like around 1978 or so
First concert was March 1975, Santana and Eric Clapton. Excellent.
les claypools "Of Wales and Woe"
san diego. fun show.
The last local show I saw was a bad-ass cover band... I normally have no time for cover bands, but they really did kick all kinds of ass and their lead singer does the best Bon Scott era AC/DC vocals I have ever heard. I'm a HUGE Bon Scott fan, and I was very, very impressed. Wish I could have gotten it on video, it was unbelievable.
The last "major" show I saw was the Disco Biscuits in Atlanta (they're not really my thing, I went with my husband and his friends). Before that the last major show I caught was Willie Nelson... incredible! And I was only 4 rows from the stage! Got to shake his hand twice. When they kicked into "Whiskey River" I thought the nosebleed section was gonna explode... would rather have been back there to tell you the truth, everyone besides me and my mom looked about dead in the section we were sitting in.
The Melvins, at a small venue in Tacoma. If you haven't heard of them, a little clue: A small-time band by the name of Nirvana was started soon after the lead singer (Curt Cobain) was finished being a roadie (yes, I said roadie, not tech...) for these guys.
That does sound like a fun show, I've never got a chance to see claypool.
They've been doing a lot of stuff with Mike Patton recently... bet it was a good show.
I saw The Chariot, A Bullet For Pretty Boy, Woe Is Me, For Today and Miss May I a few weeks ago. Lots of breakdowns.
On Tuesday I saw; Eluveitie, 3 Inches of Blood, Holy Grail and System Divide. All were amazing except System Divide, like a lame ass hardcore band with beauty and beast style vocals.
65 days ago.
Wilco w/ Heartless Bastards
That was sometime in the middle of last year. Been way too long for me!
Saw Rage Against back in November. ****ing amazing show!
Dethklok and (hed)pe.
(Not together, seperate shows.)
I just recently got into Tool and am dying to see them, my girlfriend also said best concert ever
Eminem/Jay-z Best concert ever, and made me and my best friend, the coolest mom's ever to our teen age sons..........which is a rare occurance.
Concert before this was KISS