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About ZosofanCMR

  • Birthday 10/27/1987

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    Seattle, Washington
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    Playing the hell out of my guitar!!
  1. Spotted the little guy inside the gatefold of 'Led Zeppelin III'
  2. Well this certainly puts a damper on a lot of the collaboration talk. Gotta think he's gonna go into full tour/promotion mode for the next 6 months at least. http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/soundgardens-chris-cornell-completes-recording-new-solo-album/
  3. I got Neil Young in Seattle just 5 days from now Paul McCartney in Vancouver B.C. on the 25th and Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band in Portland on the 28th November is shaping up to be a damn good month for me!
  4. Jack White tommorow night, downtown Seattle. Pretty stoked.
  5. I saw Slash in 2010 at the Showbox Sodo in Seattle after his first solo album was released. Amazing show. He played the little intro riff to "Welcome to the Jungle" no less than 12 times then spoke into the mic, "I can do this all night long!". After the show I waited outside behind the venue for three hours, until the man himself came out, he must have signed 100 autographs, including my Whisky A Go Go T-shirt. Class act all the way!
  6. I know I am probably beating a dead horse by now, haha. But, I saw beck in Portland last year. It was one of the most phenomenal displays of musicianship I had ever seen! Funny story after the show I ran eight blocks to the Westin where Beck was staying and my wife decided to chill outside the venue. Beck ended up blowing past the array of fans hoping to get an autograph, but when I went back to meet up with my wife, she was chatting it up with Jimi Hendrix's brother Leon! Too funny.
  7. I hate to rub it in or anything, but that major league suuuuucks! I saw them in Vancouver, B.C., and it was one of the best shows I have ever seen. It took a lot of work to make it happen too! I actually got married on May 5th, the night Van Halen played in Tacoma, a mere half an hour from my house. Needless to say, that was a no-go. However I did convince my amazing wife to let me drive up with my best man and new brother in law two nights later three and a half hours away to see them in Canada. WORTH IT! SOOO WORTH IT. I can't say anything that hasn't been said about Eddie Van Halen, he's a personal hero of mine and to see him do his thing live, was a transcendent experience. I'm really sorry you didn't get to see them.
  8. Got my tickets all lined up for November, very excited! I once drove with some friends up to the Broken Arrow Ranch up near Red Wood City from Sacramento on a complete whim. Don't know what we expected to find, turns out we didn't find anything but a locked gate. Still, the adventure of it was a blast! I'll never forget that night.
  9. Just this month I am going to see Aerosmith and Cheap Trick on the 8th. Jack White on the 12th. Buddy Guy and Johnny Lang on the 14th, and Joe Walsh on the 24th. In September, George Thorogood. October, Steve Vai, and in November, Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen. Lots of shows to see, excited for each and every one of em
  10. Saw Bob two years ago in Portland. The voice is rough to be sure, but the show was fantastic. "Ballad of a Thin Man" holds a special place in my heart and when I heard and saw the man himself sing it, it was an intense feeling
  11. Just saw Van Halen in May in Vancouver, B.C. Uhmazzzing show! Eddie was on fire! It's not just the way he plays (which is otherwordly) but how effortless he makes it all look, as well as the positive energy he exudes. All smiles for the whole show. Van Halen is only Van Halen with David Lee Roth behind the mic stand. He may not be in the vocal shape he was in in 1978, but the man cannot be denied as a frontman. Honestly it was the best concert I have ever attended, second only to Robert Plant and the Band of Joy.
  12. Come to think of it, it was a standard. I remember reading about that incident a while back. Can't remember where.
  13. I'm just going to leave this here. http://findingzoso.blogspot.com/2012/02/one-that-got-away.html Jimmy's Black Beauty is quite distinct, and very recognizable what with all the customization. If it's out there, it wouldn't be hard to determine if it was his.
  14. Whisky A Go Go 1969 or the shows at the Fillmore West in San Francisco. Those have always been personal favorites of mine
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