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What's the Next Concert You're Attending?

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I got tickets to see Rush on August 29 at Columbus' Nationwide Arena.

Should be a good show.

Beatallica will be in Columbus in July at LC Pavillion. I may see them with my sons.

I would love to see Robert, but will probably wait for the fall leg of his tour.

And I may see Jeff Beck in Cincinnati in July, however he is playing at an outdoor facility, and I am not crazy about outdoor concerts. And his intricate guitar playing may be lost at an outdoor concert.

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And I may see Jeff Beck in Cincinnati in July, however he is playing at an outdoor facility, and I am not crazy about outdoor concerts. And his intricate guitar playing may be lost at an outdoor concert.

Be interesting to find out about that Saturday, as he's playing the New Orleans Jazz Fest, and all being well I shall be there, and for the Dead Weather on the Sunday.

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Be interesting to find out about that Saturday, as he's playing the New Orleans Jazz Fest, and all being well I shall be there, and for the Dead Weather on the Sunday.

So sorry for the mis-information. Jeff will be in Cincinnati on WEDNESDAY, June 23, not in July. My bad. bagoverhead.gif I am not interested in attending an outdoor concert, as I said, so it doesn't matter to me what the date is. I should have been more careful when referencing the date. slapface.gif

Have a great time at the Jazz Fest! I hope that you have good weather on Saturday and Sunday. Give us a synopsis when you return. We will re-live it vicariously through you. smile.gif

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I just lined up quite a few shows.

May 17 - Them Crooked Vultures - Indianapolis

May 18 - Them Crooked Vultures - Chicago

May 22 - Slash at the Borgata, Atlantic City, NJ - 4th row!

May 23 - STP/Alice in Chains - Camden, NJ.

June 5 - Jeff Beck at the Borgata, Atlantic City, NJ - 3rd row

June 17 - Jeff Beck at the Ulster Performing Arts Cener, Kingston, NY - (My Hometown!!!) - 5th row!

September 3 - Rush at PNC, Holmdel, NJ

The Zep tribute with Jason will also be a definite and maybe Robert?? I'm going to hold off until I hear the new stuff before I decide.

Oh, and Them Crooked Vultures as many times as I possibly can when they return!

Other possiblities - it's a busy summer, yes with frampton, ringo and the allstars, clapton/beck at the bluesfest in june, ozzy, metallica hopefully, skynyrd, george throughgood with robert cray, alice cooper with rob zombie.

2010 will Rock!

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Porcupine Tree tonight at The Tabernacle in the ATL.

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Porcupine Tree tonight at The Tabernacle in the ATL.

UPDATE-IFICATION!

WOW.

I really had no idea.

Out-fucking-standing.

Had never really heard them, just went at the behest of a couple friends who are huge fans and whose opinion I trust.

Always tough attending a concert and hearing music you've never heard before.

Despite that, I was blown away.

Incredible musicianship and technical excellence.

They began by playing their latest album in-toto, took a 10 minute (literally, with a countdown on the video screen) break, and returned to play a set of their best/most-popular songs.

Standouts included Russia On Ice and Anesthetize.

If you like Pink Floyd at all, Porcupine Tree is mandatory.

That is all.

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Goldfrapp at the O2 Oxford (June)

Roxy Music at Lovebox Festival (July)

The Coral at Shepherds Bush (July)

debating Fairport Convention Acoustic at the 100 Club next moth and Macca in Hyde Park in June...

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Roxy Music at Lovebox Festival (July)

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Love Roxy Music

Stranded is one of my favorite albums.

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Love Roxy Music

Stranded is one of my favorite albums.

I'm totally thrilled to be going! I absolutely love them and have never seen them live.

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I'm totally thrilled to be going! I absolutely love them and have never seen them live.

You're going to LOVE them live. So wish I could come too! xxx

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I'm totally thrilled to be going! I absolutely love them and have never seen them live.

I know it's one of the most popular / recognized songs they have, but I think Love Is The Drug is such an awesome song.

My 2 favorites songs I think are Street Life and Amazona.

Should be an awesome show!

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You're going to LOVE them live. So wish I could come too! xxx

Really wish you could, too!!!!!

Love is the Drug is awesome, TypeO. Of the big hits, I also love More than This.

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Lady Antebellum on July 13 with my daughters :blush: They don't know yet and they are just going to Totally Freak Out when they see the tickets, it will be fun to go with them :)

I really want to see the Dead Weather in DC on July 13 (lol, talk about going from one extreme to the other!) but I'm not sure if that will be doable on a weeknight. :(

(Just told the girls; could you hear them screaming?!) :lol:

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Going to see Lewis Black at the Warner Theatre in DC on 9/24. The last time we went to see him, my face hurt afterwards from laughing so hard!

And, I just got tickets to see Craig Ferguson at Carnegie Hall in October! I'm soooo excited!!! Love Craig and I've never been to Carnegie Hall. I may have 2 extra tickets if anyone's interested.

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I am passing on seeing Eric Clapton at Cincinnati's Riverbend Ampitheater on June 30th as it is outdoors. I can't believe that I am not going, but after going to this venue last summer to see Cheap Trick, Poison, and Def Leppard, I don't think that I could tolerate being there again. And if it rains, it would be even more miserable there. I don't like outdoor concerts due to the poor acoustics, the crowd is more rowdy, I don't like hot weather, and it is difficult to concentrate on the music as people are moving around all the time, seems like no one can sit still.

My sons are going to see Iron Maiden at Blossom Music Center near Akron in June. It is an outdoor venue, so I decided to pass on this one, too.

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Unfortunately no DW for me this time; we've got something else that night we can't get out of. :(

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I'm going to see the Fab Faux at Radio City in NYC. It's a celebration of John Lennon's 70th birthday. They are playing a set of Beatles related Lennon songs AND a set of solo Lennon. Fab Faux is a excellent Beatles cover band made up of various late night talk show musicians.

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Seen yesterday a fantastic show by John Mclaughlin & The 4th Dimension. Some stunning jazz rock fusion and JM still knows how to play that guitar. The band were tighter than the waist band in my jeans, now thats tight!!!! :oB);)

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Have a great time at the Jazz Fest! I hope that you have good weather on Saturday and Sunday. Give us a synopsis when you return. We will re-live it vicariously through you. smile.gif

Sorry, haven't been on for a bit!

The weather wasn't great, but it stayed dry for Beck, who was incredible. He played quite a lot of the new album, though the highlight for me was Sly's I Want to Take You Higher--just seemed perfect for the occasion! The next day it did rain during the Dead Weather, who were on at the same time as Van Morrison :P , but they were terrific--100% energy, as always.

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Sorry, haven't been on for a bit!

The weather wasn't great, but it stayed dry for Beck, who was incredible. He played quite a lot of the new album, though the highlight for me was Sly's I Want to Take You Higher--just seemed perfect for the occasion! The next day it did rain during the Dead Weather, who were on at the same time as Van Morrison tongue.gif , but they were terrific--100% energy, as always.

Glad that you had the opportunity to go and had a great time! At least the weather didn't dampen the Dead Weather, lol.

Jeff and Eric played "I Want To Take You Higher" at the MSG concert. It was great then, too!

I really like Van Morrison. I saw an interview with him recently where he said that he hasn't changed much, nor has his music, over the course of his career. I think that it was on "60 Minutes" or some such show. Very interesting interview.

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