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What's the Last Concert You Attended?

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A few pics of The Bright Light Social Hour show last Saturday... it was a incredible display of psychedelic grooving  !

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Roger McGuinn, Chris Hillman, Marty Stuart and band team up for "Sweetheart of the Rodeo" 50th Anniversary tour. They played two nights in L.A. last week. They are playing 11 shows sporadically over the next few months. It's worth seeing if you can. Two sets...a general Byrds set and then Marty sings a few after intermission and then they play the entire "Sweetheart of the Rodeo" album. The encore included three Tom Petty songs in tribute. Marty Stuart played Clarence White's actual B-bender Telecaster used on the Byrds albums.

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This was my birthday gig. The Weirdos were one of the first punk bands in L.A. 

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Saturday at the Forum was another great gig by Jeff Lynne and crew. Unlike the Stones, Who, and other relics who are pale shadows of their former selves, Jeff Lynne's ELO shows sound just as good as the old days.

 

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Last night, saw Midge Ure and Paul Young last night at The Plaza. Paul Young is one of Mrs Walter’s all-time favorites and Midge Ure was very impressive and personable. Went with some new neighborhood friends from Manchester and really had a great time. 

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Slash was AMAZING!  If you have a chance to see him live, do so. His playing is light years beyond what it was in Guns n Rose's heyday.  They did only one GnR cover, Rocket Queen and Myles sings it better that Axl ever has. No Velvet Revolver tunes that I heard. 

The venue, Pier 17, is pretty cool. Bands play on the roof top with the Brooklyn Bridge as the back drop.  To say I was in altered states would be an understatement,  but I managed to get a few pics....

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St. Paul & the Broken Bones (from Alabama) delivered some good ol' foot-stomping soul/rhythm & blues tonight. Opener Black Pumas were pretty solid, too. Watched the Dodgers win NLCS Game 7 before the concert...so an excellent night all-around. 

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