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Old 05-19-2013, 09:37 PM   #141
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In the past 6 months I saw Social D, Cadillac Tramps, Alkaline Trio, The Aggrolites, Morrissey, Pennywise, Bad Religion & Mumford & Sons
I saw Social D back in October. You are lucky. They always play like 100 dates out there when they do!
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Old 05-19-2013, 09:39 PM   #142
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I saw Social D back in October. You are lucky. They always play like 100 dates out there when they do!
Yea I saw them 3 times during their House of Blues run, they never disappoint. Even got a chance to hear a new song from a new album that's in the works.
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Old 05-19-2013, 09:45 PM   #143
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Yea I saw them 3 times during their House of Blues run, they never disappoint. Even got a chance to hear a new song from a new album that's in the works.
Cool! I love Social D but I wish Mike went back to playing a Gibson SG more instead of a Grestch (I don't play but my bro does). That is mostly the reason for my love for Volbeat I think. Well, that and the blender of musical influences they have.
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Went to Kenny Chesney concert last night in Philadelphia. Great Concert!!!

I bought the tickets a month ago and didn't really research much about it other than Kacey Musgraves was opening. When we got there, they had Kacey Musgraves, Eli Young Band, & Eric Church opening. Concert started at 5pm and went until 10:30pm. It was GREAT!!

Never ever thought about seeing Eric Church in concert, but he was very impressive and you could tell, he was having fun. He was also, very energetic.

Kenny Chesney - holy shit, that man is like the energizer bunny running around on stage. Very energetic and upbeat.

Unlike - the Zac Brown band we saw a month ago. Their energy was in their guitar playing (amazing!!).
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Old 06-09-2013, 08:20 AM   #145
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Seen Motley Crue about a month an a half ago on there Canadian tour in BC with Big Wreak as the opener.
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Old 06-09-2013, 08:28 AM   #146
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Went to Kenny Chesney concert last night in Philadelphia. Great Concert!!!

I bought the tickets a month ago and didn't really research much about it other than Kacey Musgraves was opening. When we got there, they had Kacey Musgraves, Eli Young Band, & Eric Church opening. Concert started at 5pm and went until 10:30pm. It was GREAT!!

Never ever thought about seeing Eric Church in concert, but he was very impressive and you could tell, he was having fun. He was also, very energetic.

Kenny Chesney - holy shit, that man is like the energizer bunny running around on stage. Very energetic and upbeat.

Unlike - the Zac Brown band we saw a month ago. Their energy was in their guitar playing (amazing!!).
Saw Kenny Chesney last year and he was awesome. My friend went and seen him in Seattle and said it was also an awesome show.

Looking forward to seeing Zac Brown when they come up here in September. Love the music so pretty stoked for this concert.
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Old 06-09-2013, 07:10 PM   #147
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Volbeat a few weeks ago in Madison, Wi and Steel Panther at our semi-local but world famous Machineshop!
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saw love and theft a few weeks ago had meet and greet passes that my friend got for us

one of the singers was like you look familiar and me being shitfaced i said do you watch porn and he and the camera guy started dying laughing LOL
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saw love and theft a few weeks ago had meet and greet passes that my friend got for us

one of the singers was like you look familiar and me being shitfaced i said do you watch porn and he and the camera guy started dying laughing LOL
So did I after reading that lmao. Going to see Jason Andean sept. 6 in Tampa
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Old 06-11-2013, 08:13 PM   #151
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Saw the Black Crowes and Jason Isbell last month. Dawes and Shovels and Rope at the Ryman this past sunday. Drive By Truckers, Jason Isbell, and Old Crow Medicine Show are all upcoming shows I'm going to. It's been a pretty solid year for me and live music.
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Old 06-11-2013, 08:17 PM   #152
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Saw Tim Mcgraw Brantley Gilbert and Love and Theft on Sunday at Shoreline. Tim Mcgraw was good, but Brantley Gilbert was the whole reason I went and he was awesome. The girls were insane as usual
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Several weeks ago, saw Motley Crue at Mohegan Sun in CT. Good show..wish they played Looks that Kill though.

Just got in from Lamb of God tonight..great stuff. Randy is someone you have to see live.
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Only been to 2 so far this year--Jim James solo show in Boston and Coheed and Cambria in Boston as well. Coheed was f'in rockin!
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Went to Kenny Chesney concert last night in Philadelphia. Great Concert!!!

I bought the tickets a month ago and didn't really research much about it other than Kacey Musgraves was opening. When we got there, they had Kacey Musgraves, Eli Young Band, & Eric Church opening. Concert started at 5pm and went until 10:30pm. It was GREAT!!

Never ever thought about seeing Eric Church in concert, but he was very impressive and you could tell, he was having fun. He was also, very energetic.

Kenny Chesney - holy shit, that man is like the energizer bunny running around on stage. Very energetic and upbeat.

Unlike - the Zac Brown band we saw a month ago. Their energy was in their guitar playing (amazing!!).
kenny is crazy on stage. also cool guy in person. he drinks a lot of red bulls lol. i think that helps him. zac brown was good on stage as well. went and saw them in SC back in may. was busy drinking when Kacey was singing. heard eli young a little bit.
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Saw the Black Crowes and Jason Isbell last month. Dawes and Shovels and Rope at the Ryman this past sunday. Drive By Truckers, Jason Isbell, and Old Crow Medicine Show are all upcoming shows I'm going to. It's been a pretty solid year for me and live music.
again, i love your taste in music. I'd love to catch Shovels and Rope sometime. never seen them live.

in the past few months ive seen..

American Aquarium
Lee Bains and The Glory Fires (2x)
Turnpike Troubadours
Drive-By Truckers (2x)
Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit
Zac Brown Band (Levi Lowery opening)
(solo) Mike Cooley
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Got to cross Ted Nugent off of my "gotta see once" list tonight. Been a lifelong fan..he killed it on Stranglehold.

Opening was Laura Wilde..not bad at all, glad I made it in time.
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