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Tuesday night, Coldplay in Toronto.


My condolences...


Big Grin
I went with my nephew who had an extra ticket. He took his old uncle since he thinks I'm a super cool dude (smart boy). I thought it was a good concert and I don't mind the music. The crowd was into it and I'm a fan. Fun times!


My wife and I saw them a few years back, tremendous show. Unfortunately none of the dates this tour will work for us.
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Thursday night : Phil Lesh, Neal Casal, John Kadlecik, Adam MacDougall, Joe Russo, Stanley Jordan.
Sunday night:Phil Lesh, Neal Casal, John Kadlecik, Adam MacDougall, Joe Russo.
Tuesday - Hot Tuna
Wednesday - Phil Lesh, Jackie Greene John Molo and more ...
Friday - Phil Lesh with YMSB
Saturday - Jackie Greene
Sunday - Jerry Garcia day in SF - many bands..

Wow a busy week !

How is Terrapin Crossroads?
Lived in Marin in the late eighties.
Grate week Hippomon!!
TXR was great on Thursday night with Stanley Jordan. He took the band to a new level - it was a new band with him.

TXR was also great for Jerry's birthday. Phil gave a touching speech about Jerry. Let me know if you want a copy !

Tomorrow is NRPS at the new sweet water !
Friday is Neil Young at outside lands.
Life is tough in the bay area Smile

Hippo_mon@yahoo.com
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CSN . . . this past Thursday night.


...in their day. Cool


David Crosby and Graham Nash can still kick it. They did an acoustic version (just the two of them singing, with Crosby playing an acoustic guitar) of Guinevere that brought the house down. It was amazing. Stephen Stills, unfortunately, is struggling. It appears that he is losing his hearing; thus, can't hear himself sing.

Overall, the three best songs of the night were Guinevere, Wooden Ships and Suite: Judy Blue Eyes.
I caught the last show of Iron Maiden's 2012 tour in Houston last night. My first time to see them live and they were really, really good - playing for almost two hours in an extremely humid outdoor venue.

Opening act Coheed & Cambria were more of an interest to me but their sound mix was terrible and extremely LOUD. Too bad as it was so loud it has hard to distinguish one song from another.
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Freakin awesome show - they taped it so be on the lookout for the concert DVD if this is your thing.


Or the next time our local public TV station needs to raise money....


Watching it on the local PBS affiliate right now...
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I caught the last show of Iron Maiden's 2012 tour in Houston last night. My first time to see them live and they were really, really good - playing for almost two hours in an extremely humid outdoor venue.

Opening act Coheed & Cambria were more of an interest to me but their sound mix was terrible and extremely LOUD. Too bad as it was so loud it has hard to distinguish one song from another.


Too bad you caught the 2nd month of the tour as Alice Cooper opened for the first month. The Maiden set list for this tour was frankly amazing. I loved the Seventh Son of a Seventh Son album and to see it showcased like it was brought me back to being 17 again.
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Lyle Lovett tonight Cool


Gotta say whether you enjoy his music or not, if you ever get a chance to see him live you must do it. One of the most entertaining performers I've ever seen. Great music, fabulous band, great stories and interaction, and he always goes for about three hours. Fantastic show!
I attended opening night of this year's Rush tour in support of their new "Clockwork Angels" album. While technically not perfect, the show was amazing with a greatly revamped set-list from last year's "Time Machine" tour. The three-hour show (minus a 15 minute intermission) included an almost entirely new stage set-up and video segments. A strong recommendation for this one.
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Eek WOW! I was not even aware that they had a tour engaged. Just checked their website for Mtl. Only extreme nose-bleed sections available Frown

I must get myself on an announcement list for the next go-around


Check out some of the message boards for the band (for example www.counterparts.com ) and you will find a fair number of fans looking to share a pair of tickets or have some to sell.
While in Florence last week, we got an invite to the home of Gregorio Nardi, a classical pianist and grandson of a former mayor of Florence. After some apperativo, we sat and listed to him play a Rondo from one of the Beethovan sonatas, and then a few works by Schumann.
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Finally saw Jersey Boys last night. If you were weaned on rock'n'roll in the '60s, you have to love it. I did.

Saw Jersey boys a couple years ago. Reminded me a bit of Beatlemania which I saw in the late 70's.

Last weekend saw Bruce Springsteen at Wrigley Field.

VM
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Eek WOW! I was not even aware that they had a tour engaged. Just checked their website for Mtl. Only extreme nose-bleed sections available Frown

I must get myself on an announcement list for the next go-around


Check out some of the message boards for the band (for example www.counterparts.com ) and you will find a fair number of fans looking to share a pair of tickets or have some to sell.


I also caught show #4 in Indianapolis on Thursday night, which was also very good. The thing to note is that all four shows have had different set lists, something almost unheard of for Rush.
While in Columbus, Ohio this week I caught a show by two bands I would describe as symphonic heavy metal - Nightwish and Kamelot.

I had never heard Kamelot before this show but was won over by their music and stage show. I look forward to seeing them again in the future.

It was my second time to see Nightwish, a band from Finland fronted by an operatic-style female singer (Annette Olson). In addition to the routine guitar/bass/drums instruments, Nightwish are also fairly keyboard intensive and of late have incorporated Troy Donockley on something akin to the bagpipes. Their bombastic orchestrations flavored with a Celtic flair and heavy metal riffs makes for some really interesting music. It's not for everyone but I love it.

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